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Site Specific Dance [electronic resource]: Martha Bowers & Dance Theatre Etcetera

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Interview with Bowers tracing the origins and development in site-specific performance work. Includes exceprts from On the Waterfront (1993), Blue train (1998), Safe harbor (1998), Safe harbor--Cork, Ireland (2001), The dream life of bricks (2004), Angels and accordions (2005-2006).
Video Other
2007
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The Marriage of Dance & Video: 'Two' [electronic resource]

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This program demonstrates the interaction of video projection and modern dance.
Online
2003
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Ballet Moves Into the 21st Century - Benjamin Millepied [electronic resource]

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This program features a profile of choreographer/dancer Benjamin Millepied, one of dance's rising stars due to his dual careers as a New York City Ballet dancer and sought-after choreographer. The program includes excerpts from his 2006 concert at the Joyce Theater in New York City. Featured is "Closer", a duet with guest artist Gillian Murphy of American Ballet Theatre with music by Philip Glass and "Phrases, Now", a non-stop work by Adonis Foniadakis for four men including Millepied) and one woman that blurs the boundaries between the sexes; plus excerpts from an in-depth interview with Benjamin Millepied.
Online
2006
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Ben Munisteri [electronic resource]

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Ben Munisteri - Excerpt from "Late Night Sugar Flight" by choreographer Ben Munisteri and his company of 6 dancers. Includes a humorous monologue by the choreographer that introduces a section of deliciously sensuous dancing accompanied by the improvised sounds of DJ Michael Hornburg and the improvised lightning designs by Kathy Kaufman. Recorded in 1998 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
Online
1997
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Benoit Lachambre [electronic resource]

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Benoit LaChambre - excerpts from "The Water Fait Mal". Stunningly original movement theater by this French-Canadian dancer/choreographer. LaChambre manages to create a highly personal and emotional body language. Recorded in 1996 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
Online
1997; 1996
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Cathy Weis [electronic resource]: Calm as Custard

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Features discussions of her work & excerpts from Electric Haiku: Calm as Custard (the second work in Weis' Electric Haiku series), a full-evening, multidisciplinary performance work that partners live dance with video, light, text, and sound extending the limitations of physical movement into new realms of expression through the integration of technology with the body.
Online
2005
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Chamecki & Lerner [electronic resource]: New Dance & Performance Art From P.S. 122 in New York City

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Chamecki & Lerner - excerpts from "Antonio Caldo", a dance/performance work by Brazilian-American choreographers Roseanne Chamecki and Andrea Lerner. 5 dancers cavort in a visually striking set by Scott Pask and Jim Larkin that includes a tower, a giant table and an aquarium. Recorded in 1997 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
Online
1997
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Cynthia Oliver [electronic resource]

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This program provides an overview of Oliver's work and includes excerpts from some of her pieces. A segment from an interview with the choreographer/performer is also featured.
Online
1997; 1995
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Dance & Social Change [electronic resource]: Victoria Mark's "Not About Iraq"

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"Internationally acclaimed choreographer Victoria Marks asks, "What is an artist's civic responsibility?" Through poetic, visceral dance, "Not about Iraq" takes a hard look at heroism and truth. Marks and her dancers challenge assumptions about our place in the world. Can dance be a force for social change? "What this is is indelibly disturbing, dazzling art." LA Times. Recorded in 2008 at the Danspace Project, New York City. Includes a revealing interview with the choreographer." -- Cover.
Online
2008
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Dance by Neil Greenberg [electronic resource]

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Features interview with choreographer and dancer Neil Greenberg, where he talks about how he got into dance and discusses at length the works featured on this recording.
Online
1999; 1995
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Dancenoise [electronic resource]

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Features New York's premier, post-punk, feminist, dancing divas Anne Lobst & Lucy Sexton in excerpts from "Open Season" Wickedly satiric, high camp fun. Recorded in 1996 and 2000 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with Lucy Sexton
Online
1999
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David Roussève [electronic resource]

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Excerpts from an interview with choreographer and dancer David Rousseve and excerpts from his solo, "The Ten Year Chat", which celebrates a decade of his work and fuses early, recent, and new work to create a sublimely self-effacing performing terrain that explodes issues of race, gender, and AIDS.
Online
2001
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DD Dorvillier [electronic resource]

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DD Dorvillier - excerpts from "Meatallaround" a dance/performance work conceived and directed by Dorvillier that reflects on the children's story of Ferdinand the Bull. 6 dancers cast as bulls, horses, matadors, and St. Sebastian enact a wildly, anarchic mise-en-scene. Recorded in 1996 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
Online
1997; 1996
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Doug Varone [electronic resource]

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A video documentary series profiling choregrapher Doug Varone and showing exerpts from his programs "Let's Dance" and "Cabaret" recorded live at P.S. 122 in New York City on December 20, 1996.
Online
1997; 1996
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Douglas Dunn & Jim Neu [electronic resource]

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Choreographer Douglas Dunn and Playwright Jim Neu joined their talents to create "Aerobia" - a dance-theater work that pokes fun at America's obsession with health clubs. This program features excerpts from a performance of "Aerobia" which was recorded at P.S. 122 in New York City in November, 2001. Douglas Dunn is one of New York's most acclaimed choreographers. A former member of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Dunn has led his own company for the past 25 years. Jim Neu is one of New York theater's best kept secrets. An artist who creates language that is comically elliptical and that typically includes phrases that contain both affirm and idea and negate it. In "Aerobia" dancers talk and dance all while gently poking fun at America's fitness craze. The program also includes ex [...]
Online
2003; 2001
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Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana [electronic resource]

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Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana - The passion and power of Flamenco Dance is showcased in this profile of Flamenco Vivo - America's leading Flamenco company as they present 2 works, "Carmen, El Baile" and "Estilos Flamencos" in their 25th Anniversary concert at the Joyce Theater in New York City. The 9 dancers in the company are accompanied by 5 live musicians led by master guitarist/composer Calvin Hazen. The result is a passionate re-invigoration of the flamenco art form by master practitioners. Also included in the program is an interview with Carlota Santana - the artistic director of Flamenco Vivo.
Online
2008
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Fractured Light [electronic resource]

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Stefa Zawerucha & David Fritz - "Fractured Light" Choreographer/Dancer Stefa Zawerucha and Lighting Designer David Fritz's collaborative work, "Fractured Light", is a magical exploration of the relationship between movement and light. Lighting designers share their reflections on audiotape about working with light while Zawerucha moves zephrylike though Fritz's sublime lighting patterns. Andy Ross's musical soundscore completes this stunningly visual and dramatic work. This program also features excerpts from an interview the artists. Recorded in 2000 at Performance Space 122 in New York City.
Online
2005; 2000
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Homecoming [electronic resource]

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Video Other
2000
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Hank Smith [electronic resource]

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Hank Smith - Excerpts from "Three's The One" conceived by Smith and created in collaboration with dynamic performers, dancer Cynthia Oliver and musician David Pleasant. Songs, shouts, tap dancing, riveting percussion, testimonials to the departed. Recorded in 1997 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
Online
1997
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Hothouse - a Showcase of Works of Improvisation [electronic resource]

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A compilation of Performance Space 122 live recordings of improvisational dance and music pieces by performance artists.
Online
1997; 1996