“our bodies and minds are not two and not one…our bodies and minds are both two and one.” —Suzuki Roshi polarity → dipole → binary → opposites → contradiction → paradox Paradoxes help me hold, leverage, surf, and transcend polarities. When a process (a dance, a body) can include both “sides” of a polarity at once as
Anya Gallaccio came to the beginning of our practice this week. She’s working on a sculpture to go in the garden of a school for disabled kids in Brussels and wanted some images of live bodies at this point in her process. She watched Eric and I dance and took some photos. The conversation, her presence.
We invite you to a second year of shared research of dance. This summer, we will meet once a week to re-claim, re-imagine, re-gurgitate, re-define and mine ways to practice, make, perform, and behold dancing. Please come and work with your present body, and all its possibilities. When: Tuesdays, 2pm-5pm from June 3rd-August 19th. Anyone