Written in English
|Other titles||Work is never done|
|Statement||Ana Janevski & Thomas J. Lax|
|Contributions||Lax, Thomas J., author, Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||GV1786.J82 J34 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||2018945654|
Using "ordinary" movements, the Judson Dance Theater stripped dance of its theatrical conventions. Taking its name from the Judson Memorial Church, a socially engaged Protestant congregation in New York's Greenwich Village, Judson Dance Theater was organized as a series of open workshops from which its participants developed : $ Brand new Book. "The Judson Dance Theatre "explores the work and legacy of one of the most influential of all dance companies, which first performed at the Judson Memorial Church in downtown Manhattan in the early s. There, a group of choreographers and dancers--including future well-known artists Twyla Tharp, Carolee Schneemann, Robert. 1st Edition Published on J by Routledge. "The Judson Dance Theatre "explores the work and legacy of one of the most influential of all dance companies, which first performed at the Judson Memorial Church in downtown Manhattan in the early s. There, a group of choreographers and dancers--including future well-known artists Twyla Tharp, Carolee Schneemann, Robert Morris, Trisha Brown, Yvonne Rainier, and others--created what .
DOI link for Judson Dance Theater. Judson Dance Theater book. Performative Traces. By Ramsay Burt. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 27 September Pub. location London. is a central legacy of Judson Dance Theater to ambitious, experimental dance on both sides of the Atlantic during the last decades of the Author: Ramsay Burt. This excerpt by dance historian Sally Banes in her book Democracy's Body: Judson Dance Theater, – () describes Pelican, a dance choreographed by artist Robert Rauschenberg for a Judson Dance Theater concert held in a Washington, DC, skating avant-garde modern dance collective, the Judson Dance Theater created nearly works between July and October Author: Leslie Holleran. Exhibition. –Feb 3, For a brief period in the early s, a group of choreographers, visual artists, composers, and filmmakers gathered in Judson Memorial Church, a socially engaged Protestant congregation in New York’s Greenwich Village, for a series of workshops that ultimately redefined what counted as dance. The performances that evolved from these workshops. Democracy's Body offers a lively, detailed account of the beginnings of the Judson Dance Theater--a popular center of dance experimentation in New York's Greenwich Village--and its place in the larger history of the avant-garde art scene of the s. JDT started when Robert Dunn, a student of John Cage, offered a dance composition class in Merce Cunningham's studio.
Beginning Ap the newly renovated Danspace of St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery will offer a series of programs of revivals of works by choreographers associated with the Judson Dance Theater. Yet if Judson’s performances tended toward a refusal of “theatrical bloat,” as Yvonne Rainer wrote in the Tulane Drama Review in , then the Museum of Modern Art’s “Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done,” curated by Ana Janevski and Thomas J. Lax, reveals other dynamics: effusive, often lushly visual, and sometimes. Professional Theatre Company in Residence at Sandhills Community College. Now that so many of us find ourselves with a little more time on our hands, we figure it’s the perfect time to send out the Judson Theatre Company survey. Buy Judson Dance Theater: Performative Traces 1 by Burt, Ramsay (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ramsay Burt.