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Broadcasting a Movement: Miguel Gutierrez’s freedom of information 2008

This year is ending on a somber note for many of us in the U.S. and around the world. Choreographer Miguel Gutierrez has organized an event that rides on this zeitgeist with freedom of information 2008 an endurance improv ritual in response to the continuing U.S. led wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that will be performed over a 24 hour period across the country and streamed online via Ustream.tv. Continue reading

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Two NYC Choreographers Making Innovative Use of the Web

This week I was struck by two interesting initiatives for web audiences by NYC dance artists. First, on Sunday December 14th at 8pm EST, Misnomer Dance Theater will have a live webcast of the final NYC performance of their premiere piece, Being Together choreographed by Chris Elam. Second, Yanira Castro is making a new duet for private performances in your bathroom, and it is being choreographed, in part, on Twitter. Continue reading

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