Brooke Smiley and Louise Mochia have a chat about health, healing and building with the earth – all in the frame of a dancer’s body.
I was thinking about the phrasing of fireworks, and processes of cultural appropriation. About the trailing off of popularity, about keeping things burning.
He cracks himself open and survives it. He gives his whole self to what he’s doing. He might not know what day it is but he does know he’s pulling his pants down because that’s what he feels like…
Casas d’OvO Musical. This pair is musical. I enjoy Casas d’OvO (Eggshells) most in the part where I behave like I’m in a concert in Read more >
Who’s in control? Three performances, three duets, three relationships. Distinct as these three pieces are, a common thread seems to run through, a persistent question Read more >