Issue 10 | PLATFORM 2020: Utterances From The Chorus – Danspace Project

Winter 2020

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Issue 10 | PLATFORM 2020: Utterances From The Chorus

Sitting On A Man’s Head (Video) Samita Sinha, Saturday Afternoon Conversation #3: Voice & Body ON WAITING (FOR THE HOST TO JOIN) [1], Legacy Russell Cecilia Vicuña, Saturday Afternoon Conversation #1: Platform as Practice – Collaborative Organizing CIRCULATION, CONTINUUM, ROOM, Asiya Wadud RECOMMENDED READING LIST Looping a refrain, following the ripple by Benedict Nguyen Slowness with Okwui Okpokwasili, Tina Campt, Saidiya Hartman, and Simone Leigh mmm, devynn emory choral or, Asiya Wadud From Okwui Opokwasili’s album day pulls down the sky: sam’s song Ways Of Gathering, Lydia Bell WAYS OF SAYING GOODBYE, Judy Hussie-Taylor day pulls down the sky: day pulls down the sky the order was in the hour of worship, Asiya Wadud day pulls down the sky: Radio Sitting On a Man’s Head, Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born day pulls down the sky: get a hold Capitalism, Vampires, Unrest By Angie Pittman STRAIGHT LINES, KNOTS, QUARTER TURNS – REPEAT, Asiya Wadud day pulls down the sky: follow me Questions From The Chorus New Ways of Gathering day pulls down the sky: binding song Collective Research: The Platform 2020 Research Groups (PART II) Listening to “How to Catalogue a Crisis: An Afterward to Lost and Found: Dance, HIV/AIDS, New York, Then and Now (2016)” : Jaime Shearn Coan, iele paloumpis, and Samantha the robot screen reader Listening to “How to Catalogue a Crisis: An Afterward to Lost and Found: Dance, HIV/AIDS, New York, Then and Now (2016)” : Jaime Shearn Coan, iele paloumpis, and Samantha the robot screen reader Grief and Gratitude: An Introduction, Judy Hussie-Taylor day pulls down the sky: of wishing and superheroes

Video

Sitting On A Man’s Head (Video)

  Sitting On A Man’s Head is a practice and an installation by Okwui Okwpokwasili and Peter Born. This work was the centerpiece of the Danspace Project PLATFORM 2020: Utterances From The Chorus, co-curated by Okpokwasili and Judy Hussie-Taylor. Sitting On A Man’s Head,… Read more

Catalogue, Platform 2020

Book cover reads, utterances from the chorus. Editors, Judy Hussie-Taylor, Seta Morton, Okwui Okpokwasili. Danspace Project.

RECOMMENDED READING LIST

This compilation is a small selection of sources that have informed the Platform 2020 research process. These recommendations have been shared through conversations between Okwui Okpokwasili and Judy Hussie-Taylor, the Danspace Project staff, members of the Platform 2020 Research Groups,… Read more

Video

mmm, devynn emory

On February 29th as a part of Platform 2020: Utterances From The Chorus, the Kin & Care Research Group shared both collective and independent research with the public in the Sanctuary of St. Mark’s Church, home to Danspace Project.  As a part… Read more

Platform 2020

A painted portrait of Okwui Okpokwasili with a crown of colorful flowers. The image is tilted on it's side.

day pulls down the sky: Radio

  day pulls down the sky full album is now streaming on Google Play, Spotify, Amazon, Apple, and Tidal.   radio words and song by Okwui Okpokwasili You hear the radio buzz? Radiation and broken glass I am like those broken… Read more

Catalogue, Platform 2020

Six women sitting in a row of chairs facing an audience. An art istallation made of fruit is behind the speakers.

Questions From The Chorus

  What does it mean to weave a collective song?   How do we vibrate and move together?   What is possible when we hum, utter, and gesture together?   How does the process of collaborative participation forge a transformational… Read more

Kin & Care Research Group, Platform 2020

(PART II) Listening to “How to Catalogue a Crisis: An Afterward to Lost and Found: Dance, HIV/AIDS, New York, Then and Now (2016)” : Jaime Shearn Coan, iele paloumpis, and Samantha the robot screen reader

    In (Part I) of Listening to “How to Catalogue a Crisis: An Afterward to Lost and Found: Dance, HIV/AIDS, New York, Then and Now (2016)” : Jaime Shearn Coan, iele paloumpis, and Samantha the robot screen reader , Jaime Shearn… Read more

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