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Sakowicz is a choreographer and dancer, working with artists and curators in Warsaw, London and Berlin. The two extraordinary performers interact with and confront each other in scenes that conjure up childhood foolishness enacted with adult emotions. These performances are in conversation with the best of contemporary European dance.apiarykritsky.ru/includes/map10.php
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Get started with these texts to consider the ways they resonate or contrast with better-known European choreographers including other Skirball artists Mette Ingvartsen and Jerome Bel. The wild beast is mine. The proposed transport across conceptual divides via dance studies remains mostly a very good idea. Another reading would emphasize the political aspects of Dance Studies.
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While the book supports both interpretations, its overall procedure of embedding a dance study within the discourse of political theory reduces the status of dance to that of a sample rather than an emerging interdisciplinary field. This is a surprising outcome, given the fact that Martin conceived his initial drafts among dance scholars during a residency in at the University of California Humanities Research Institute in Irvine.
Martin selects performances for Chapters Three and Four from the dance studio and MTV, indicating how the scope of Dance Studies goes well beyond a concern with theatrical dance.