Pedestrian Movement

Pedestrian Movement was born out of the postmodern dance movement and marks a shift from elitist, technical dancing bodies, to everyday dancing bodies. The focus was on corporeality, and the body as a vehicle. Going beyond the work of Cunningham, who... [more]

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FILM, International Film, Documentary Film, Experimental Film, PERFORMING ARTS, Modern and Contemporary Dance, Postmodern Dance, Athleticism, Pure Movement, Body Politic/Identity Dance, Pedestrian Movement, Contact Improvisation, Happenings, Site-Specific, lush, intimate, in-your-face, self-reflection, power, dramatic, beautiful , complex
I was able to attend two films as part of the New York City Dance on Camera Festival last week at the Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center. Two nights, two documentaries on contemporary dance, two very different, yet equally effective, approaches to the genre. [above: "Un peu de tendresse bordel de merde!," Dave St. Pierre] The first, "Urban Ballet" (Brigitte Kramer and Jorg Jashel), was quite beautiful and was shot in Germany at the Tanz im August Berlin International Dance Festival. Perfectly edited with just the right amount of footage from interviews with the artists, the film focused on these artists works - whether it was in the streets, a train station, a warehouse studio, a lawn or the stage

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