22Jun
By: Sara Wookey On: June 22, 2016 In: Dance in Museums Comments: 0

Walking into the performance in progress of Paul Bronstein’s “Historical Dances in an Antique Setting” the first thing I notice is the lack of density of any stationary audience that these dances would have. The next thing I notice is the somewhat unaffected look on the dancer’s faces. Then I look...

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21Jun
By: Sara Wookey On: June 21, 2016 In: Dance in Museums Comments: 0

Last night I attended “The Place of Performance in the Museum” conference in the lovely East Room of  Tate Britain. Gathering curators, dance and performance enthusiasts and artists from the UK and across Europe (and riding on the tails of the opening of the new Tate), this event addressed ever...

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16Jun
By: Sara Wookey On: June 16, 2016 In: Dance in Museums Comments: 0

My essay on Dance & Performance in the new TATE Modern can be found in the late issue of Art Review. I am thrilled to be a part of this special edition for the opening of the new building. I was recently in the new spaces and I am...

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