Following their performance inspired by and created within the Toni Morrison Papers at Princeton University, artists Mame Diarra Speis and Daniel Alexander Jones reflect on what Morrison can teach us about the limitations of institutionalization and individualism in art and life.
In a new evening length work at BAM Fisher, Masters invites spectators to collaborate.
In Family Happiness, Juliana F. May combines formal perversity and odyssean melodies.
Mark Mann captures the complexity of dancers in photos comprising the book Movement at the Still Point: An Ode to Dance
After a performance on the opening weekend of PURPLE: A Ritual in Nine Spells, I overheard the choreographer Sydnie Mosley chatting with friends who had come out to see her work: This is basically my dissertation, she said, laughing.