Klaus Kertess - Trisha Brown Interviews (2003)

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Trisha Brown was an early participant in the expanded cinema and new dance movements in New York City in the 60s and 70s. For Homemade (1966), she performed a dance with a movie projector to her back that threw a film of her dancing created by Robert Whitman on the wall behind and above her, complementing her movements and fracturing the space of the performance. She continued to have an interest in film and video in reconceptualizing dance and performance art in the 70s and 80s.

This is a companion dvd to the Early Works, 1966-1979 dvd in which she talks with art historian Klaus Kertess about her dance education, her work with the Judson Dance Theater and her fellow choreographers.


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