Kenneth King (b. 1948) is a post-modern dancer and second-generation Judson Dance Theater choreographer. He is known for his experimental combinations of dance, technology and multimedia. King’s choreography strays from technically based movement, instead combining film, text, speech and characters to create dance that is a total theatrical experience. King uses the body to create an endless array of signals and signs through symbolist and expressionist movements. He has collaborated with an array of Kitchen performers, including Meredith Monk, Steve Paxton and Yvonne Rainer.
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