Is looking the only way to be? What a cryptic way to begin.
Here a grater is enlarged to the size of a baby elephant. Its violence is confrontational yet decent when mounted in the same room as a sofa.
The most powerful performances are the ones that I have the most difficulty putting into words.
Never have I had these words said to me during a performance. Never have I been so inclined to obey.
Is this a dance about the history of dance? Are they angels of history? Patterns emerge as they try over and over again, rapidly swirling around. Endlessly.
Christine Shan Shan Hou is a poet and arts writer living in Brooklyn. Publication Studio published her first book of poetry, Accumulations in 2010. She writes on performance for The Brooklyn Rail, The Performance Club, and Hyperallergic Weekend.
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