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Trio A Performance – Lecture

Trio A Performance - Lecture

Capturing and Transmitting Movement through Language, Media and Muscle Memory
Dance is hard to see‘, wrote Yvonne Rainer when making her seminal Trio A. This performance-lecture by Sara Wookey examines Rainer’s statement and Trio A itself to raise questions of the transmission of dance from one body to another. Exploring a methodology behind dance making and the engagement of process as material, Wookey will both perform iterations of Trio A and discuss her personal experiences of working with the esteemed Rainer.
Project initiated by Hannah Mathews with thanks to Performa.