Monthly Archives: September 2011

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/ Robert Tyree 15-20% of the audience walked out of a dance performance I was at recently. We were in a theatre with no back exit and a stage that ran level with the front row – like Imago. Each … Continue reading

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Potential Risk of Failure

by Krystal South POTENTIAL One of my friends  spent hundreds of hours this summer installing the Claire Fontaine piece. Mapping out the United States of America onto the wall and drilling ten thousand tiny holes, then filling them with eco-friendly … Continue reading

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My hijacked weeks.

         by    /   Robert Tyree cloudy sunday just before seven is quiet. epically quiet

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most beautiful

Dean & Britta 13 Most Beautiful… Songs for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests Thursday, September 15, 8:30 pm Washington High School Posted by: Nicole Leaper Photos by: Chase Allgood After a few nights at the WORKS, it’s interesting to see the … Continue reading

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heightened perception

New Musics Wednesday, September 14, 10:30 pm THE WORKS at Washington High School Posted by: Nicole Leaper Photos by: Chase Allgood Act 1: Color Film 5 (Madison Brookshire) and Field Organ (Tashi Wada) “The subject of the work is duration, … Continue reading

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A Crack in Everything: Installed

By Robert Tyree // Photo: Patrick Leonard Word on the mean streets is that the visual arts world is batting its eyes at dance and considering a more committed kind of a relationship (whatever that means these days). Artists working … Continue reading

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Find what you love and do it – Art loves art – You are all so beautiful

If you look-up festival in the dictionary, you will find variations of two definitions: 1. A day or time of religious or other celebration, marked by feasting, ceremonies, or other observances. 2. A period or program of festive activities, cultural … Continue reading

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Breaking up is hard to do.

By Robert Tyree // Photo: G. Wilson Here’s a couple audience tools I picked up at ImPulzTanz last month. I found them very helpful while watching Shantala Shivalingappa’s performance of Namasya. – What does this performance produce? – In what ways … Continue reading

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