Rewriting Dance (2015)
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.
NOV 6-8, 2015
Jeanine Durning’s practice of unscripted nonstop language as performance.
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.
Talk the Walk: Local Artists at the Intersection of Language and Choreographic Thinking.
Short works by Gerald Casel, Maurya Kerr, Hope Mohr, Megan Nicely, Lauren Simpson/Jenny Stulberg, and Maureen Whiting.
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