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The Grand Union

accidental anarchists of downtown dance, 1970-1976
Author: Search for this author Perron, Wendy (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Wendy Perron
Year: 2020
Publisher: Middletown, Connecticut, Wesleyan University Press
Media group: Buch
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The Grand Union was a leaderless improvisation group in SoHo in the 1970s that included people who became some of the biggest names in postmodern dance: Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown, Steve Paxton, Barbara Dilley, David Gordon, and Douglas Dunn

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Author: Search for this author Perron, Wendy (author)
Statement of Responsibility: Wendy Perron
Year: 2020
Publisher: Middletown, Connecticut, Wesleyan University Press
Works included: Anna Halprin, John Cage, and Judson Dance Theater -- Only in SoHo -- How Continuous project--altered daily broke open and made space for a Grand Union -- A shared sensibility -- Barbara Dilley -- Douglas Dunn -- David Gordon -- Steve Paxton --, Trisha Brown -- Nancy Lewis -- Yvonne Rainer -- Lincoln Scott and Becky Arnold -- First Walker Art Center residency, May 1971, Oberlin College residency, January 1972 -- The Dance Gallery Festival, Spring 1973 -- First LoGiudice video, May 1972 -- Third LoGiudice video, May 1972, Third LoGiudice video, May 1972 -- Fourth LoGiudice video : from darkness to light -- Gender play and Iowa City, March 1974 -- Second Walker Art Center residency, October 1975 -, Public/private, real/not real -- Getting into the act : artists, children, dogs, critics, and hecklers -- Grand Union as laboratory -- The unraveling, or, as the top wobbles -- Epilogue and three lingering moments.
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ISBN: 978-0-8195-7932-4
ISBN (2nd): 978-0-8195-7966-9
Description: 379 Seiten : Illustrationen
Tags: Dance companies, Dance history , Improvisation in dance, Modern dance ; United States ; History, Postmodern Dance, USA, United States, Ballet companies
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Language: Englisch
Footnote: Includes bibliographical references and index
Media group: Buch