Definite Articles

2017: Guest Editor, Karthika Naïr

SIX – OR MORE – DEGREES OF OTHERNESS: PART 2

Théâtre de la Bastille, Paris. November 2016..

READ MORE

SIX – OR MORE – DEGREES OF OTHERNESS

Paris. December 2012. DESH – Akram Khan’s award-winning solo – is in Paris

READ MORE

2015: Guest Editor, Ruth Little

The Institute of Controlled Falling is a space for consideration of the probability and possibilities of falling. In the coming months we will gather the perspectives and insights of artists and scientists …

AN INVENTORY OF FALLING

There is a dent in a wall at Battersea Arts Centre where the actor Jason Thorpe banged into it

READ MORE

FALLING AWAY: DISAPPEARANCE, RESISTANCE AND REMEMBERING IN CONTEMPORARY DANCE

Traditional dance is in decline. Around the world, folk dance, social dance and forms of indigenous dance are under threat or face extinction, and their loss diminishes our knowledge and understanding of ourselves

READ MORE

FALLING AND FEELING: THE MUSICAL TOPOGRAPHY OF SONG

Singer-songwiter Karine Polwart writes: I’m a songwriter and singer. Songs are my chosen art form

READ MORE

FALL AGAIN, FALL BETTER

Rome fell. The Berlin Wall fell. Icarus fell from the sky and Madonna from the stage at the Brits

READ MORE

FALLING STORIES

My father was dying. I knew it. I had been “home,” meaning at his house in the Midwest, several times during

READ MORE

GRAVITY AND GRACE

In 1970 Trisha Brown created a choreographic work called Man Walking Down the Side of a Building, writes Ruth Little

READ MORE

2014: Guest Editor, Sanjoy Roy

Inaugural guest editor Sanjoy Roy has been writing on dance since 1994, for various publications including the Guardian since 2002, and others such as Dance Gazette and Dancing Times …

MY KID IS AVANT-GARDE!

Artist Jeffrey Gordon Baker writes: Even before my adopted son Jack came to live with me two years ago

READ MORE

DANCE TO THE MUSIC: CONTEMPORARY DANCE IN MUSIC VIDEO

You might not look to pop video clips for your contemporary dance kicks – but in fact, as Lise Smith points out

READ MORE