Presented by the Movement Research Studies Project
Organized by Abigail Levine
"Exercise your right to peaceably assemble; occupy public space; create a process to address the problems we face, and generate solutions accessible to everyone." --Declaration of the Occupation, NYC General Assembly
What are the points of contact between experimental, contemporary dance and the Occupy Movement? As spatial and embodied practice? As social investigation and organization? As improvisation and movement? As agents of change? How do and might these moving communities interact? How do we approach (public and private) space in New York City?
Presented by Movement Research and the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics.