Back to New York City
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“…Despite enduring difficulties, dance artists have come here to forge their paths ever since the birth of “modern” dance and they continue to do so…These artists share a rebelliousness that stems from their need to re-invent reasons to dance, both as they change and as contemporary dance becomes increasingly marginalized in our culture and sometimes even from other art forms.
I am not only thinking about making dances, I am thinking about what keeps each of us looking for connections with each other and the world through dancing.”
– Juliette Mapp
Paperback: 67 pages
Size: 7 x 10 x .25in
Edited by Judy Hussie-Taylor and Ursula Eagly
This catalogue accompanied Danspace Project’s Platform 2010: Back to New York City curated by Juliette Mapp, March-April 2010.
Featuring contributions by Ursula Eagly, Deborah Hay, Judy Hussie-Taylor, Juliette Mapp, Paige Martin, Katy Pyle, Jen Rosenblit, Shelley Senter, Elaine Summers, and David Thomson.
Photography by Ken Jarecke. Designed by FOUR32C/Mark Jarecke and Rob Van Wyen.