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Pixel - an innovative dance performance conceived by French performance artists Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne, known collectively as the Adrien M / Claire B Company, in collaboration with hip-hop choregrapher Cie Kafig.

French performance artists Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne gathers 11 dancers to create an hour-long dance and light fiesta with interactive monochromatic digital projections.

Trisha Brown  Opal Loop/ Cloud Installation  Photo Babette Mangoite 1980

Trisha Brown Opal Loop/ Cloud Installation Photo Babette Mangoite 1980

"ACHTERLAND", coreografía de Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker sobre música de György Ligeti y Eugéne Ysaye. En lengua flamenca, la palabra achterland se puede ente...

"ACHTERLAND", coreografía de Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker sobre música de György Ligeti y Eugéne Ysaye. En lengua flamenca, la palabra achterland se puede ente...

shadow people are bad

John Batho, photo from his Present and Absent series of black and white pieces (Présents et Absents, c.

The Grand Union - David Gordon, Nancy Lewis, Trisha Brown, Douglas Dunn aloft, photo by Babette Mangolte

The Grand Union - David Gordon, Nancy Lewis, Trisha Brown, Douglas Dunn aloft, photo by Babette Mangolte

A dancer performs in "Panorama" a play by French choreographer Philippe Decoufle at the Theatre national de Bretagne in Rennes, western France. (AFP Photo/Thomas Bregardis)

dance as a shadow or dance with shadow "Panorama" play by French choreographer Philippe Decoufle, Theatre national de Bretagne in Rennes (AFP Photo/Thomas Bregardis)

"Pina Bausch in Danzon", 1995, (c) photo : Maarten Vanden Abeele

"Pina Bausch in Danzon", (c) photo : Maarten Vanden Abeele

Pina Bausch, Igor Stravinsky’s, Rite of Spring “Opening”

Eleonora Abbagnato dans Le sacre du Printemps de Pina Bausch (Eleonora Abbagnato in 'The Rite of Spring' by Pina Bausch).

Marina Abramovic and Ulay: Death self, 1977 "the two performers devised a piece in which they connected their mouths and took in each other’s exhaled breaths until they had used up all of the available oxygen. Seventeen minutes after the beginning of the performance they both fell to the floor unconscious, their lungs having filled with carbon dioxide. This personal piece explored the idea of an individual’s ability to absorb the life of another person, exchanging and destroying it."

Marina Ambramovic & Ulay Laysiepen Death Self, 1977 This performance consisted of the two artists seated in front of each other, connected at the mouth.

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