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Melanie Maar « Artists « Critical Correspondence

Critical Correspondence

Movement Research Spring Festival 2010 Hardcorps curators in conversation with Levi Gonzalez

Artist curators Walter Dundervill, Melanie Maar, Aki Sasamoto and AL Steiner speak with choreographer Levi Gonzalez about curating last year’s Movement Research Spring Festival Hardcorps.

Melanie Maar and Kenta Nagai in conversation with Ana Isabel Keilson

Phenomenal Bodies Listen to the first interview, recorded on 3/26/09 Listen to the second interview, recorded on 4/18/09 Thumbnail photo: Ian W. Douglas

MR Festival 2008: the Time in Travel takes its course by Biba Bell

by Biba Bell MR Festival Spring 2008: Somewhere Out There We met at the labyrinth in Battery Park, a smallish piece of fresh grass, well soiled with a few trees and a smattering of modernist lounge furniture. Kicking off our shoes after the trek to the South Ferry was an immediate hint to the sensitizing […]

Responses: Yvonne Meier’s This is not a Pink Pony

by Melanie Maar Experiencing immediacy, aliveness. The dancers engaging fully in potentially dangerous operations with jump ropes, their bodies, gravity and the first row audience. Immediate, live, anything can happen. These tuned bodies go beyond the comfortable, the ‘planable’. In the artistic environment it engages me on more than an athletic body plane. This moment, […]