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Rewriting Dance (2015)

Jeanine Durning, photo by Ian Douglas 

Rewriting Dance was an exploration of the intersection between language and choreographic thinking featuring Deborah Hay, Jeanine Durning and Alva Noe, produced in association with CounterPulse.

Performance History

NOV 6-8, 2015

  • inging
    Jeanine Durning’s practice of unscripted nonstop language as performance.

  • Reorganizing Ourselves
    A performative lecture featuring choreographer Deborah Hay and philosopher and cognitive scientist Alva Noë discussing perception, consciousness, and the links between art and science. The program concludes with a salon-style discussion with audience members facilitated by dance curator Michèle Steinwald.

  • Workshop with Jeanine Durning: what we do when we do the thing we do before we know what we are doing. Durning's workshop was a rare opportunity for artists of all kinds to investigate creative practice, choreography, and performance through acceptance of “not knowing” as a generative state.

Curated by: Hope Mohr

Header Image: Jeanine Durning by Ian Douglas 

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