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Judson @ 50: MR @ the New Museum | A Pluralistic View of the Judson Dance Theater Legacy

Judson @ 50: MR @ the New Museum | A Pluralistic View of the Judson Dance Theater Legacy

MR in Residence at the New MuseumRethinking the Imprint of Judson Dance Theater Fifty Years Later
A Pluralistic View of the Judson Dance Theater Legacy: Yvonne Rainer & Aileen Passloff with Wendy Perron

Through a series of discussions, presentations, artist residencies, and town hall meetings, Movement Research reconsiders the legacy, mythology, and permutations of influence that continue to echo from the occasion of Judson Dance Theater (1962-64).
The divergences between the work of Yvonne Rainer and Aileen Passloff highlight the vastness of the imprint of Judson Dance Theater (1962-64; JDT) while dismantling the myth of a singular Judson aesthetic. Rainer, along with dance artists Steve Paxton, Trisha Brown, Lucinda Childs, David Gordon, and others, broke with the conventions of modern dance by exploring task dances and the Dadaist idea of radical juxtaposition. Passloff, along with Jimmy Waring, Fred Herko, Arlene Rothlein, and others, reveled in the full-out dancing and whimsy of

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