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Ai-Amour, Carlotta Ikeda and Her Butoh
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directed by Kamal Musale; choreographed by Carlotta Ikeda, 1941-; performed by Carlotta Ikeda, 1941- and Ko Murobushi, Ariadone Company (Compagnie Ariadone), in Ai-Amour (Art Works Video, 1994), 38 mins
This film, directed by Kamal Musale and shot in locations around Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, and France is a documentary of the work of choreographer Carlotta Ikeda and her collaboration with dancer Ko Murobushi and the Ariadone Company. With strong images and a bold soundtrack, this film takes the viewer through...
directed by Kamal Musale; choreographed by Carlotta Ikeda, 1941-; performed by Carlotta Ikeda, 1941- and Ko Murobushi, Ariadone Company (Compagnie Ariadone), in Ai-Amour (Art Works Video, 1994), 38 mins
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The Bubble Cut
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; composed by John Zorn, 1953-; choreographed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; designed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Sally Silvers, 1952-, Sally Silvers and Dancers (Art Works Video, 1995), 10 mins
Ms. Silvers is a New York-based choreographer whose work has been presented in North America, the United Kingdom, and Asia. Mindy Aloff of Dance Magazine has called her “...among the most talented choreographers to emerge in the decade [of the 1980’s].” Ms. Silvers’ choreography has been supported by the N...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; composed by John Zorn, 1953-; choreographed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; designed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Sally Silvers, 1952-, Sally Silvers and Dancers (Art Works Video, 1995), 10 mins
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Classical Indian Dance: Two Bharanatayam Dances
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Traditional; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Swati Argade and Jyoti Argade (Art Works Video, 1998), 15 mins
In this video, Swati and Jyoti Argade perform two classical Indian Dances in the Bharatanatyam style. "Natyanjali" (An Invocation of Dance) and "Krishna Keertana" (Song in Praise of Lord Krishna), choreographed by the Dhananjayans of Adyar, Madras, are each shown in their entirety followed by a second version shot...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Traditional; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Swati Argade and Jyoti Argade (Art Works Video, 1998), 15 mins
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Dances for Television: Odyssey
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping; designed by Steve Lukes; produced by James Steinbach, 1951-; performed by Stacey Carlson, Andrea Harris, Susan Haskell, Li Chiao-Ping and Ted Johnson, Li Chiao-Ping Dance Company (Art Works Video, 2003), 8 mins
A suite of dances made for television from award-winning director Douglas Rosenberg, this project is based on the work of renowned choreographers Sean Curran, Li Chiao-Ping, and Amy Sue Rosen: "Real Boy" (Sean Curran) "Hope" (Amy Sue Rosen/Derek Bernstein) "Odyssey" (Li Chiao-Ping) "Residues" (Li Chiao-Ping)
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping; designed by Steve Lukes; produced by James Steinbach, 1951-; performed by Stacey Carlson, Andrea Harris, Susan Haskell, Li Chiao-Ping and Ted Johnson, Li Chiao-Ping Dance Company (Art Works Video, 2003), 8 mins
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de l'eau
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Li Chiao-Ping and Tim Glenn, fl. 1987 (Art Works Video, 1996), 11 mins
Two video/dance collaborations by Douglas Rosenberg and choreographer Li Chiao-Ping. EPIC (THE LAND WITHIN) uses text, landscape imagery and performance by members of the Dziga Vertov Performance Group to present an expressionistic dance possible only for the camera. De L'Eau, choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping for he...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Li Chiao-Ping and Tim Glenn, fl. 1987 (Art Works Video, 1996), 11 mins
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Ellen Bromberg
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directed by Gino Tanasescu, fl. 1984; composed by Paul Sturm; choreographed by Ellen Bromberg; designed by Stuart Chapman, Greg King; produced by Linda Schaller, fl. 1986 and Julia Gillett, fl. 1993; performed by Wendy Diamond, Francie Glycenfer, Julie Kane, Lisa McCaughrean, Anne Reeb and Jean Sullivan (Art Works Video, 1989), 11 mins
Winner of the 1992 Bonnie Bird Choreography Award for North America and an ADF Young Choreographer in 1989, Ellen Bromberg created this work for the camera. Commissioned by PBS in 1989, “The Black Dress” is a haunting work based on the painting of the same name by Alex Katz. Also included is an interview with...
directed by Gino Tanasescu, fl. 1984; composed by Paul Sturm; choreographed by Ellen Bromberg; designed by Stuart Chapman, Greg King; produced by Linda Schaller, fl. 1986 and Julia Gillett, fl. 1993; performed by Wendy Diamond, Francie Glycenfer, Julie Kane, Lisa McCaughrean, Anne Reeb and Jean Sullivan (Art Works Video, 1989), 11 mins
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Molissa Fenley
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Molissa Fenley, 1954-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Molissa Fenley, 1954- (Art Works Video, 1995), 57 mins
Since the early eighties, Molissa Fenley has been intriguing audiences and impressing critics with her unique approach to modern dance. Her work is constantly changing, re-defining itself with each new piece, and she is well known for her work with contemporary artists and composers including Phillip Glass. In thi...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Molissa Fenley, 1954-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Molissa Fenley, 1954- (Art Works Video, 1995), 57 mins
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Moon Gates
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composed by George Kleinsinger, 1914-1982; choreographed by Mary Staton; designed by Doris Chase, 1923-; produced by Doris Chase, 1923-; performed by Doris Chase, 1923- (Art Works Video, 1974), 6 mins
Painter and teacher, sculptor of monumental kinetic forms, Doris Chase is best known as a pioneer in the field of Dance for the Camera. Beginning in the 1970s, she produced more than fifty videos now regarded as key works in the history of video art. This collection features her most important works.
composed by George Kleinsinger, 1914-1982; choreographed by Mary Staton; designed by Doris Chase, 1923-; produced by Doris Chase, 1923-; performed by Doris Chase, 1923- (Art Works Video, 1974), 6 mins
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Resistance
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choreographed by Allen Kaeja, fl. 1982; designed by Cheryl Lalonde; produced by Allen Kaeja, fl. 1982 and Mark Adam; performed by Allen Kaeja, fl. 1982 and Karen Kaeja, Kaeja d'Dance Company (Art Works Video, 2004), 23 mins
Established in 1991 and founded by artistic directors Allen and Karen Kaeja, Kaeja d'Dance is recognized for creating an eclectic array of vividly original dance performances that simmer with athletic intensity and theatrical imagery. ... This volume features: Old Country (2003), adapted from Allen Kaeja's success...
choreographed by Allen Kaeja, fl. 1982; designed by Cheryl Lalonde; produced by Allen Kaeja, fl. 1982 and Mark Adam; performed by Allen Kaeja, fl. 1982 and Karen Kaeja, Kaeja d'Dance Company (Art Works Video, 2004), 23 mins
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Sally Silvers
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; composed by John Zorn, 1953-; choreographed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; designed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Sally Silvers, 1952-, Sally Silvers and Dancers (Art Works Video, 1995), 36 mins
Ms. Silvers is a New York-based choreographer whose work has been presented in North America, the United Kingdom, and Asia. Mindy Aloff of Dance Magazine has called her “...among the most talented choreographers to emerge in the decade [of the 1980’s].” Ms. Silvers’ choreography has been supported by the N...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; composed by John Zorn, 1953-; choreographed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; designed by Sally Silvers, 1952-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Sally Silvers, 1952-, Sally Silvers and Dancers (Art Works Video, 1995), 36 mins
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