Posts Tagged 'dance'

The MRT Project

I would like to speak about a project that was done without permission. I did not write proposals, apply for licences, pay royalties for music, draw up a budget, hold auditions, or book rehearsal rooms, for this project. It was

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The MRT Project

I would like to speak about a project that was done without permission. I did not write proposals, apply for licences, pay royalties for music, draw up a budget, hold auditions, or book rehearsal rooms, for this project. It was

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Delphine Mae: Artist Talk and Workshop(s)

Artist Talk: 2000dreams, 2000 paths of art-performance making Delphine Mae is an interdisciplinary artist who uses butoh and contemporary dance in performance art. She will speak about her art practice, which deals with subjects spanning identity, gender and culture. Informed

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Delphine Mae: Artist Talk and Workshop(s)

Artist Talk: 2000dreams, 2000 paths of art-performance making Delphine Mae is an interdisciplinary artist who uses butoh and contemporary dance in performance art. She will speak about her art practice, which deals with subjects spanning identity, gender and culture. Informed

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Talk by Andrew Quitmeyer (23 Mar 14): Attack of the Robot Duck, The Electric Condom Company, How to Be a Firefly and Other Stories

Andrew Quitmeyer’s exuberance was infectious.* At times, he quite nearly buoyed off the ground in excitement as he explained his ideas. It didn’t help that the projects he talked about assault the imagination with unexpectedly mischievous manipulations of behaviour. By

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Talk by Andrew Quitmeyer (23 Mar 14): Attack of the Robot Duck, The Electric Condom Company, How to Be a Firefly and Other Stories

Andrew Quitmeyer’s exuberance was infectious.* At times, he quite nearly buoyed off the ground in excitement as he explained his ideas. It didn’t help that the projects he talked about assault the imagination with unexpectedly mischievous manipulations of behaviour. By

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