tierforme/l/n : Masterclasses with Martin Nachbar, Claire Filmon, David Weber-Krebs, Maximilian Haas, Krõõt Juurak, Alex Bailey, Miriam Jakob, and Antonia Baehr

Tierforme/l/n  /  Animal Forms & Formulas A Tanzfonds Erbe Project Simone Forti, central protagonist of American Postmodern Dance, has offered to Martin Nachbar the re-realization of her choreography Sleep Walkers (aka Zoo Mantras). Drawing on this key work, which will

tierforme/l/n : Masterclasses with Martin Nachbar, Claire Filmon, David Weber-Krebs, Maximilian Haas, Krõõt Juurak, Alex Bailey, Miriam Jakob, and Antonia Baehr

Tierforme/l/n  /  Animal Forms & Formulas A Tanzfonds Erbe Project Simone Forti, central protagonist of American Postmodern Dance, has offered to Martin Nachbar the re-realization of her choreography Sleep Walkers (aka Zoo Mantras). Drawing on this key work, which will

4.5 : writing on dance : miet warlop at berlin art week x 3

Miet Warlop: Mystery Magnet. 16.09.17., Berlin Art Week, HAU2, Berlin. It is clear that something has gone terribly wrong, but then, like a green balloon suspended in the air, we remember it’s fun. Weaponised, the cruel jeers of skinny legs

4.5 : writing on dance : miet warlop at berlin art week x 3

Miet Warlop: Mystery Magnet. 16.09.17., Berlin Art Week, HAU2, Berlin. It is clear that something has gone terribly wrong, but then, like a green balloon suspended in the air, we remember it’s fun. Weaponised, the cruel jeers of skinny legs

3:AM Publishes on A Certain Sense of Order

Rebecca Cuddy and Rosie Middleton in A Certain Sense of Order at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival, RADA, London 2017. Photo by Laurel Turton. 3:AM MAGAZINE publishes “chancing repetition” a review by Christian Coppa of A Certain Sense of

3:AM Publishes on A Certain Sense of Order

Rebecca Cuddy and Rosie Middleton in A Certain Sense of Order at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival, RADA, London 2017. Photo by Laurel Turton. 3:AM MAGAZINE publishes “chancing repetition” a review by Christian Coppa of A Certain Sense of

Month of Research: Reflection? Results? Resolution?

Visitors to MoR’s Wedding 2200 “open notebook”, Uferstudios 2017. Image by Sasha Amaya. Uferstudio’s Month of Research comes to an end. Its aim was to explore different modes, methods, and themes under the umbrella of collaborative investigation. The Month of

Month of Research: Reflection? Results? Resolution?

Visitors to MoR’s Wedding 2200 “open notebook”, Uferstudios 2017. Image by Sasha Amaya. Uferstudio’s Month of Research comes to an end. Its aim was to explore different modes, methods, and themes under the umbrella of collaborative investigation. The Month of

4.5 : writing on dance : milla koistinen

Milla Koistinen + Gaëtan Brun-Picard, Fanny Didelot: A Cloud of Milk. 02.09.2017. Ausufern, Uferstudios, Berlin. I think the first thing to say would be that the sound was… incessant… the hum of a great bouncing ball shredded by the sound

4.5 : writing on dance : milla koistinen

Milla Koistinen + Gaëtan Brun-Picard, Fanny Didelot: A Cloud of Milk. 02.09.2017. Ausufern, Uferstudios, Berlin. I think the first thing to say would be that the sound was… incessant… the hum of a great bouncing ball shredded by the sound

MVT: Fala Atelier

Image courtesy of Fala Atelier. MVT interviews Fala Atelier: Filipe Magalhães, Ana Luisa Soares, and Ahmed Belkhodja are the architects behind the ‘naïve’ architecture practice Fala Atelier. Meaning ‘informal conversation’ in Portuguese, the practice is known for translating architectural ideas into

MVT: Fala Atelier

Image courtesy of Fala Atelier. MVT interviews Fala Atelier: Filipe Magalhães, Ana Luisa Soares, and Ahmed Belkhodja are the architects behind the ‘naïve’ architecture practice Fala Atelier. Meaning ‘informal conversation’ in Portuguese, the practice is known for translating architectural ideas into

MVT: New Rolling Format Begins with Interview with Public Studio

From What We Lose in Metrics. Public Studio. Credit: Cheryl O’Brien Courtesy of the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU). MVT begins new rolling format, featuring work being done at the intersection of art, architecture, and landscape.  Our aim is

MVT: New Rolling Format Begins with Interview with Public Studio

From What We Lose in Metrics. Public Studio. Credit: Cheryl O’Brien Courtesy of the Art Gallery of York University (AGYU). MVT begins new rolling format, featuring work being done at the intersection of art, architecture, and landscape.  Our aim is