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Full Circle [electronic resource]: The Work of Doris Chase

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Painter and teacher, sculptor of monumental kinetic forms, Doris Chase is best known as a pioneer in the field of Dance for the Camera. Beginning in the 1970s, she produced more than fifty videos now regarded as key works in the history of video art. This collection features her most important works.
Online
1974
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Enter Achilles [electronic resource]

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A funny, cruel exploration of the male psyche, Enter Achilles is set in a typical British pub: pop songs blare out of the jukebox, there is football on TV, and eight men lark around, pint glasses in hand. But their blokeish fun is balanced on a knife-edge of tension, for beneath their apparent friendship lurks a disturbing undercurrent of paranoia and insecurity.
Online
1996
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Strange Fish [electronic resource]

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The work concerns the nature of our quest for someone to love and someone, or something, to believe in. The tyranny of couples and groups, the pain of not belonging and the terror of being alone are all laid bare in a series of powerful images which are both pitiless and profoundly compassionate.
Online
1993
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The Norman Walker Dance Company [electronic resource]: A Work in Continuing Progress

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Performance by members of the Norman Walker Dance Company, a leading proponent of the current "modern dance" movement. The set pieces, with improvisation, are performed to Judy Collins' rendition of "Suzanne" (by Leonard Cohen), "In My Life" by John Lennon, and songs by the rock group The Doors. With Norman Walker, choreographer-dancer.
Online
1999; 1968
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Locale [electronic resource]

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Modern dance production by the Cunningham Dance Foundation.
Online
1980
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Dance on: Lucas Hoving [electronic resource]

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In this program, dancer, choreographer, and teacher Lucas Hoving talks about his career and connections with Yvonne Georgi, Kurt Jooss, Agnes de Mille, and José Limón.
Online
1986
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Moon Gates [electronic resource]

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Painter and teacher, sculptor of monumental kinetic forms, Doris Chase is best known as a pioneer in the field of Dance for the Camera. Beginning in the 1970s, she produced more than fifty videos now regarded as key works in the history of video art. This collection features her most important works.
Online
1974
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Rocking Orange [electronic resource]

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Painter and teacher, sculptor of monumental kinetic forms, Doris Chase is best known as a pioneer in the field of Dance for the Camera. Beginning in the 1970s, she produced more than fifty videos now regarded as key works in the history of video art. This collection features her most important works.
Online
1975
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Tall Arches [electronic resource]

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Painter and teacher, sculptor of monumental kinetic forms, Doris Chase is best known as a pioneer in the field of Dance for the Camera. Beginning in the 1970s, she produced more than fifty videos now regarded as key works in the history of video art. This collection features her most important works.
Online
1973
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A Fool's Tale [electronic resource]

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Choreographer-dancer Yuriko performs her own work and demonstrates a dance in the process of being created. With dancers Buzz Miller, James Gardner, Bertram Ross, Ethel Winter; pianist Eugene Lester, and singer Anita Ellis. Works include Yuriko's "The Fool's Tale" and a scene from Yuriko's "The Ghost" derived from kabuki theater. The score to "The Fool's Tale" was composed by Eugene Lester and the score to "The Ghost" was composed by Halim El-Dabh.
Online
1960
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Black Marigolds [electronic resource]

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Pearl Lang and Francisco Moncion perform dances to a reading of first century Sanskrit poetry by the Brahman writer Chouras. Music by Alan Hovhaness. The poems were written when the poet was in prison awaiting execution -- in them he recalls his youth.
Online
1962
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Danza [electronic resource]

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Pupils at the High School of Performing Arts in New York City are seen training in ballet class and in modern dance class with teachers explaining step by step. One boy and nineteen girls perform "Danza" choreographed by David Wood (who is also a modern dance teacher).
Online
1961
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Doomsday [electronic resource]

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Solo dance performance by dancer-choreographer Iris Mabry. Her idiosyncratic dances express her views of the relationship among dance movement, emotion, and music. She comes to dance as a philosophy major at Smith College, and is articulate about her intentions regarding economy of movement, the difference between dancing with music and dancing "to music," etc.
Online
1962
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Lamb of God [electronic resource]

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Solo dance performance by dancer-choreographer Iris Mabry. Her idiosyncratic dances express her views of the relationship among dance movement, emotion, and music. She comes to dance as a philosophy major at Smith College, and is articulate about her intentions regarding economy of movement, the difference between dancing with music and dancing "to music," etc.
Online
1962
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Passionata [electronic resource]

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Solo dance performance by dancer-choreographer Iris Mabry. Her idiosyncratic dances express her views of the relationship among dance movement, emotion, and music. She comes to dance as a philosophy major at Smith College, and is articulate about her intentions regarding economy of movement, the difference between dancing with music and dancing "to music," etc.
Online
1962
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Senior Class [electronic resource]: Modern Ballet

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Pupils at the High School of Performing Arts in New York City are seen training in ballet class and in modern dance class with teachers explaining step by step. One boy and nineteen girls perform "Danza" choreographed by David Wood (who is also a modern dance teacher). 1961.
Online
1961
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The Ghost [electronic resource]

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Choreographer-dancer Yuriko performs her own work and demonstrates a dance in the process of being created. With dancers Buzz Miller, James Gardner, Bertram Ross, Ethel Winter; pianist Eugene Lester, and singer Anita Ellis. Works include Yuriko's "The Fool's Tale" and a scene from Yuriko's "The Ghost" derived from kabuki theater. The score to "The Fool's Tale" was composed by Eugene Lester and the score to "The Ghost" was composed by Halim El-Dabh. 1960.
Online
1960
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Channels/Inserts [electronic resource]

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This work was a dance shot for film at the Cunningham studio. Staging for Channels/Inserts was divided among the main studio, the small studio, and the office area. Cunningham employed the use of chance operations to decide the order in which each space would be used, whether action would occur in more than one location at a time, and how many dancers would be involved. The piece was divided into sixteen sections, each varying in length. One of the most striking sections began with a series of brief, masterfully executed solos for the men of the company, filmed in the main studio, followed by a shot of the women in the small studio, laughing and chatting amongst themselves, then back to the main studio for a second round of male solos. Music was composed by David Tudor, and costume d [...]
Online
1981
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Dance on: Alwin Nikolais [electronic resource]

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Alwin Nikolais speaks about beginning his career as a piano accompanist at a dance studio. Seeing Mary Wigman for the first time he realized that he wanted to be a dancer, not an accompanist. Billie Mahoney and Alwin Nikolais discuss his work with other dancers, his travels and his career as choreographer and teacher.
Online
1982