Review: Ritualistic Femininity and Judy Chicago’s “The Dinner Party” in Sasha Waltz’s new creation “Women”

From the start, it’s clear that Waltz aims to highlight distinctions amongst the all-female ensemble, particularly in their movement qualities. In the many moments of unison ensemble work each dancer submits their own distinctive translation of the choreography; conveying the idea “woman” with her own arms, hands, head, feet, gaze, and so on.

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Sublime Uncertainty and the Search for a Sweet Spot: Jen Rosenblit’s “Swivel Spot” at the Every Body Festival

May 18th-21st The Sophiensaele in Berlin hosted “The Every Body Festival” focused on dance artists whose work challenges the conventional notion of the dancing body and what it can be. Jen Rosenblit, an American choreographer based in New York and Berlin, was one of the artists invited to present work in the festival.
“What if there is no future, what if we swivel on the same spot, mistaking it for change?”

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Review: Aurora a Choreography by Meytal Blanaru

As part of “An Artistic Identity Swap” between Les Brigittines and beursschouwburg, Meytal Blanaru performed her deeply researched solo, Aurora, on April 20, 2017, which had originally premiered in 2014.

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