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Published: MAY 28, 2008
By: Quinn Batson

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Angry Words Danced Well. Naganuma Dance unbridled

"Unbridled" is definitely the best word to describe the Naganuma Dance program that packed quite a bit into one evening at Cunningham Studio: soft and hard movement, gender and violence issues, language and culture, 20 performers. As John Lydon of Public Image Limited put it so well, "anger is an energy" (Rise, 1985), and there is plenty of both in "Unbridled". Read the rest of review at OFFOFFOFF dance

 

OFFOFFOFF
Published: October 7, 2008
By: Quinn Batson

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Dances over 30 years old can seem timeless or dated or both, to judge from Lar Lubovitch's restaging of three of his oldest works at DTW. Read the rest of review at OFFOFFOFF dance

 

The Village Voice
Published: November 18, 2008
By: Deborah Jowitt

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Bebe Miller has been making mysterious dances since the mid 1980s. Their beauty is soul-deep. It resides in dancers’ bones, muscles, and sinews—sometimes blurry, sometimes startlingly clear. Her new Necessary Beauty probes memories—not just real memories, like those that taped voices deliver sporadically, but the process of remembering itself. Read the rest of review at Village Voice

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Journal of Aesthetic Education
Published: November, 2008
By: Yi-Chun Wu 吳依純

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旅行後的落葉生根
攝影鏡頭下的紐約
Returning home After Traveling
New York under the Lens of Camera

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