In: Performance Art

Ordinary People Define Dance Through Self-expression
October 29, 2012

For years, spectators have been questioning dance, and it’s capabilities.  Jérôme Bel challenges technique, and the extents of dance through…

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It’s All About the Instrument
October 26, 2012

An explosion of sound echoes through MoMA as Faustin Linyekula’s What Is Black Music Anyway…/Self-Portraits fills the atrium during the Some sweet…

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I’m Still Standing
October 20, 2012

I sat in an open white room at the Museum of Modern Art with over two hundred people, all of whom…

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Summer TRaC reviews Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s “The Murder of Crows” @ Park Avenue Armory
August 15, 2012

This August, a group of fourteen Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) and their intrepid instructor, Brian McCormick, ventured out into New York City…

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The Murder of Crows
August 13, 2012

Janet Cardiff and George B. Miller‘s sound installation “The Murder of Crows” (playing at Park Avenue Armory) begins with a women…

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