“Freedom through Systems of Choreography: Trisha Brown's Early Works”

Tuesday, November 13, 2012
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Glorya Kaufman Hall Venue - Amber Dance Studio - Room 208

Chew On This - Lecture Series

See below for additional information.

Admission

Free and open to the public; seating is limited.

Contact

Dept. of World Arts & Cultures/Dance
(310) 825-3951
wacinfo@arts.ucla.edu

Additional Information

Presented by Laurel Jenkins

Judson Church transformed the aesthetics of contemporary dance by redefining the value system and movement vocabulary dancers employed from then on. Chew On This will focus on Trisha Brown's (a member of the Judson Church) Early Works - performed on rooftops, parks, and on the sides of buildings.

Discussion will focus on how these pieces allowed Brown to develop a basic language that she then took to the proscenium stage to create pieces like Glacial Decoy, Set and Reset, and her current work.

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