By: Sara Wookey On: September 25, 2016 In: Collaboration in Dance Comments: 1

I recently attended the The Politics of Collaboration European Currents research event at Middlesex University. The event was hosted by Dr. Noyale Colin and Dr. Stefanie Sachsenmaier whose interest in collaboration with relation to current European dynamics. Key speakers included Rudi Laermans, Gigi Argyropoulou, and Bojana Cvejic with performances by Dog Kennel...

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By: Sara Wookey On: August 13, 2016 In: Trio A Comments: 4

I just finished a one-week intensive workshop here at ImpulsTanz in Vienna and enjoyed every minute of it! It is a live and vibrant festival with young dancers from all over the world coming together for a week to four weeks of training, performances and socializing. I especially liked...

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By: Sara Wookey On: July 11, 2016 In: Dance in Museums Comments: 48

The new work, WORK/ TRAVAIL/ ARBEID, by Anna Theresa deKeersmaeker is a joy to experience. Walking into the upper level of the Turbine Hall at TATE Modern and hearing a crowd clapping has become part of the fabric of my experience at TATE Modern in London, my newfound home....

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By: Sara Wookey On: July 05, 2016 In: Trio A Comments: 1

As the invited summer intensive guest artists at Greenwich Dance Agency, I am pleased to be working with a great group of professionals as I transmit Trio A (1966) by Yvonne Rainer. This is the final and public event as part of my reDANCE project supported by Arts Council England. I...

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By: Sara Wookey On: June 22, 2016 In: Dance in Museums Comments: 2

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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