Artist Paulina Olowska collaborated with choreographer Katy Pyle to create a suite of solo dances based a 1918 series of prints depicting Slavic deities.
Natalie Axton is writing a book about the history of pole dancing. She is the founder and editorial director at Critical Read.
Remembering and Reframing the Legacy of a Choreographer Lost to AIDS
A new dance work based on material by the choreographer John Bernd, who died of AIDS-related complications in 1988 at age 35, is the centerpiece of Danspace Project’s annual Platform series.
Aboard a “Life-Size” Replica of Noah’s Ark in Rural Kentucky
WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — What’s 510 feet long, 85 feet wide, 51 feet high, and made of 3.3 million linear feet of wood?
Dancing to the Glacial Rhythms of Ice
“There is no surer way to be derivative than to be unaware of your history,” dancer-choreographer Jody Sperling said in a 2014 interview.
When Honey-Coated Nude Performance Art Loses Its Sting
Madison Young isn’t the first woman I’ve seen pour honey on her naked body and, owing to certain lifestyle choices I’ve made, I have a feeling she won’t be the last.
An Opera About Plucking and Pimping Fallen Angels
The opera Angel’s Bone, having its world premiere at the Prototype festival, opens with a married woman fantasizing about telling her husband that she doesn’t love him.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Bach but Were Afraid to Ask Marina Abramović
We are too distracted, too stressed out to listen to music properly. That’s the idea behind Goldberg, the music concert/installation/participatory performance art piece currently at the Park Avenue Armory.
A Performance Artist Draws with His Teeth
Tomorrow at noon, visual and performing artist Tony Orrico will sit down at an eight-by-eight-foot sheet of paper and begin to chew.