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TBA Diary: Another Take on Offsite Dance

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Augmented by the evening’s natural fade from light to darkness, the Offsite Dance Project, in three parts, immerses witnesses in the playful with Mika Arashiki and Mari Fukutome, the complex with Yukio Suzuki and the disorienting with Yoko Higashino. Part of PICA’s Time-Based Art festival on Wednesday, the dance program by Japanese choreographers employs sites in Southeast Portland’s industr...   More
 
Monday, September 19, 2011 by JULIE POTTER

TBA Diary: another take on tEEth's Home Made

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In the push-pull between hostility and tenderness, hostility dominates the stage for the majority of Home Made, a work by Portland-based company tEEth, under the direction of Angelle Herbert and Phillip Kraft. Inside the Mouth at Zoomtopia, stretched white fabric frames the space and expands across the floor with a raised and illuminate...   More
 
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by JULIE POTTER

TBA Diary: Rude Mechs Don’t Pass the Talking Stick

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In conjunction with Rude Mechs’ run of The Method Gun at PICA’s Time-Based Arts festival, Austin’s Fusebox Festival director, Ron Berry, discussed process and group dynamics with two of the company directors, Lana Lesley and Thomas Graves. During the installment of the TBA Institute Tues...   More
 
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by JULIE POTTER

TBA Diary: TBA Institute Class with Abraham.In.Motion

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Masters of extreme control and fearless abandon, Abraham.In.Motion’s dancers seem to spare no energy performing The Radio Show at PICA’s Time-Based Arts Festival. How to hone such powerful command of the body and stamina? Sunday morning’s TBA Institute c...   More
 
Monday, September 12, 2011 by JULIE POTTER
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