Skype conversation with movement artist, researcher author Kent DeSpain about his new book The Landscape of the Now; A Topography of Movement Improvisation.
Kent De Spain is a movement and multimedia artist who has taught master classes and workshops in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America and is the recipient of several major grants including a Pew Fellowship in the Arts for Choreography. He is internationally recognized for his writing, documentation, and teaching in movement improvisation, including his essay in the book “Taken by Surprise,” his feature-length documentary film, A Moving Presence: Ruth Zaporah and Action Theater, and essays in Contact Quarterly, Choreographic Practices, and other journals.
Skyped and produced by marlon barrios solano
for dance-tech.tv and dance-tech.net