[NetBehaviour] Brakhage and blurb announcements

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Wed Jan 10 04:54:44 CET 2007

Two Subjects

Subject: homage to Brakhage, little-seen footage from 1958

http://www.asondheim.org/brakhagebreakage.mp4 (scraps)

Subject: blurb for our upcoming show at Millennium in New York

(date to be announced)

Crepuscle (Twilight) explores the exigencies of dance, eroticism, cultural 
restriction, and arousal; it was edited from over a dozen segments in Geneva. 
The work tenders the null-point of language, a point where words stutter, where 
the body takes over, where cultural tropes are transformed and lost. It's the 
deliberate creation of repressed memories. It challenges the conventions of 
dance - turning dance inside-out. For the three of us, it's the culmination of 
an erotic element in our work that has all been lost in contemporary culture. 
Crepuscle rides the muscle of the body and jouissance, opening a territory 
which remains virtual, haunting.

A number of short works with Foofwa, shot in Geneva, Gruyeres, and the
Aletsch Glacier in the Swiss Alps, will also be shown.

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