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WATCH ONLINE: Eiko Otake & Joan Jonas present "With the Earth at My Waistline" (Until August 31)

WATCH ONLINE: Eiko Otake & Joan Jonas present "With the Earth at My Waistline" (Until August 31)

Company:

Danspace Project

Location:

Online

Dates:

Wednesday, July 28, 2021 - 11:59pm daily through August 31, 2021

Tickets:

https://danspaceproject.org/journal/

Company:
Danspace Project

"In an atmosphere alternately dreamlike and matter-of-fact, With the Earthreveals its two main characters, whitehaired Ms. Jonas and black-haired Ms. Otake, moving independently, sometimes in eerie coordination with themselves on film. They take up and manipulate select objects, chosen by Ms. Jonas, while passing through a world of expansive projections and specially set areas of the church, all worlds of their own."
 
—Robert Greskovic, Wall Street Journal

 

Please visit Danspace Project's Journal until August 31 to view Eiko and Joan Jonas' piece, as well as their interview and recorded conversation. Videos by Ishmael Houston-Jones, Okwui Okpokwasili, and Reggie Wilson are also available. All are commissioned pieces by Danspace Project which collectively formed Platform 2021: The Dream of the Audience.
 
Also available on the Journal is A Body in East Village, a trilogy of selected archival footage from Eiko's solo performances during her Platform 2016: A Body in Places, with camera and edit by Alexis Moh in collaboration with Eiko. PDFs of archived Platform journals and catalogues are available on the Journal free of charge.

 

WATCH IT HERE

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