Trisha Brown Dance Company

  • Trisha Brown Dance Company

  • Trisha Brown Dance Company

    Friday, October 20th - 2pm & 6pm

    Rogues, 2011

    Duration: 8 minutes
    Original music: Alvin Curran, Toss and Find (excerpt); Artistic Associate Director: Carolyn Lucas; Performers: Cecily Campbell, Marc Crousillat

    Rogues occupies a singular place in Trisha Brown’s oeuvre. This independent duo was created through a playful and demanding improvised dialogue, orchestrated by the choreographer. Inviting one dancer to initiate a movement and the other to interrupt, develop, or, as she says, “aberrate” off the first movement, Trisha Brown gave rise to a fluctuating process that enables a kinaesthetic transmission and continuous transformation, resulting in an evolving choreographic phrase.

    Locus Solo, 2000

    Performer: Cecily Campbell

    Locus s a single phrase of movement upon which a larger dance of the same name was created in 1976. To make the phrase, Trisha Brown used a simple matrix of points external to her body, to which she oriented or directed her movement. “Locus is a piece of continuous action. That action is based on an ordered series of movement within a compartmentalized space… I wanted to analyze, graph the immediate space around my body in an attempt to understand my elusive movement style in order to teach it to others.” - Trisha Brown.

    Address: Galerie des Grands Formats, Petit Palais, 75008 Paris

    Photo: Trisha Brown, Rogues © Christopher Linday
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