We Adapt

Modified on: February 24, 2021


“There were [pandemic] rules. The rules of the space. Who could go where. Those rules are also choreographic…. Dancers should be careful not to be so close to each other that they’re breathing on each other. That means that there’s a certain way in which the choreography is like gaseous clouds avoiding, curling around each other and wonderful intention across great space, the intention to be ‘in unison’ with somebody who is 60 feet away…. you could feel the dancers really striving to psychically connect across space.” (Bill T. Jones)

Gratitude, for the creative genius of human beings.
Listen to this podcast on Bill T. Jones’s ‘Afterwardsness‘.


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