An Introduction By
A look at how dancers archive and translate embodied ‘language’ and histories across culture and gender divides.
Culture in Context, As Import, and In Exchange
This essay challenges us to peer through the lenses of cultural appropriation, historical contextualization, and culture exchange when examining dance broadly, twentieth century dance specifically, and modern dance pioneers.
In Place and Time: Dance as a Conduit for Embodied History
Dance, historically, has offered a portal between planes of existence, past and present, and embodied alternate realities. This essay explores this act of transcendence through works by Eiko Otake and Joanna Haigood.