Mine Versus Mind: The Art Criticism of Douglas Crimp

Mine Versus Mind: The Art Criticism of Douglas Crimp
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It may very well be that the wall-of-yawn survey courses that drive so many bright students back to retail are “moralizing cultural conservativism disguised as progressive modernism.” This phrase belongs

Sunn O))): Seekers of Light

Sunn O))): Seekers of Light
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From its inception, Anderson says, Sunn O))) jettisoned traditional instrumentation, song structure and any musical conventions designed to evoke a specific reaction or entertain an audience. “We create music spontaneously and naturally and never bend to any outside pressure or public expectations,” he says. … read more

Repertory Dance Theatre: Salient at 50

Repertory Dance Theatre: Salient at 50
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Photo: @clancycoop Hasty comparisons are frequently made between Repertory Dance Theatre, Utah’s first modern dance company, and other local companies. As RDT celebrates its half-century contribution to the Utah arts

NOW-ID Brings Nowhere to Utah

NOW-ID Brings Nowhere to Utah
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For over two years, NOW International/Interdisciplinary Dance Company has endeavored to expand the range and complexity of contemporary dance in Salt Lake City. NOW began as the attempt by artistic

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Ririe-Woodbury Dance: Equilibrium

Ririe-Woodbury Dance: Equilibrium
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Salt Lake City’s Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company opened it’s 2009/2010 season with Equilibrium, a collection of pieces which ran at the Jeanne Wagner Theater from September 24th – 26th.   If the rest of the season rises to the caliber of the performances I saw at the Saturday night performance, this will be an exciting season. … read more