Fall for Dance Festival Review – New York Times

New York Times Review of Fall for Dance Festival Review
Challenging Gravity With the Grace of a Single Hand
by Roslyn Sulcas

10danc_CA0.450“…The best of these was “Moon,” a clever trompe l’oeil that projects the movement of seven dancers sliding prone across a waxed floor, onto a screen. The effect is apparent liberation from the constraints of gravity or the limits of human strength, and the charm lies partly in a cultivated illusion of effort. In one sequence the dancers form a human ladder, “wobbling” on a single hand of the person beneath, yet impossibly angled out into space…”

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Aaron Henderson’s videos and installations examine the ways that humans move. Recent projects examine the personal, cultural and political ramifications of all action, from intimate gestures to displays of super-human acrobatics.

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