Look Out, No Memory, New Zuyder Zee

 

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No Memory, performed by Self and three dancers as a series of duets, had its New York premiere at The Kitchen. The dance, like Self's other works presents a new and surreal world. The New York Times described the experience as "wry and whimsical." The program also featured the premiere of New Zuyder Zee and an excerpt of the 1982 work Look Out, both collaborations between Self and Richard Elovich.

Supplemental Information

New York Times Review [PDF]
Updated Press Release [PDF]
Press Release [PDF]
Village Voice Review [PDF]
Program [PDF]

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