Idda van Munster
More perfection from April Rose.
Photo by Reed Burnam, edited by Wick Sakit.
Molly McClellan and The Vespertina Dance Project Tribal Fest 14 (by Tribal Fest 14)
My favorite for “I didn’t go to Tribal Fest but I like watching the videos” unique style and music. I mean, I knew Molly was cool already, but this just rocks. Although I wish the sound at the end was better.
(I almost hate saying I like this better than the Unmata performance, but… I totally do like it more.)
Zoe Jakes of Beats Antique
Asheville, NC — The Orange Peel
Photo by: Katie Richard Photography
Zoe doing amazing things as usual
OBSESSED with this photo.
Amy Sigil by Neï ’ Mad Photographies
'Body is an Artwork'
Zoe Jakes (Beats Antique).
"I praise the dance, for it frees people
from the heaviness of matter and binds the isolated to community.
I praise the dance, which demands everything:
health and a clear spirit and a buoyant soul.
Dance is a transformation of space, of time, of people,
who are in constant danger of becoming all brain, will, or feeling.
Dancing demands a whole person,
one who is firmly anchored in the center of his life,
who is not obsessed by lust for people and things
and the demon of isolation in his own ego.
Dancing demands a freed person,
one who vibrates with the equipoise of all his powers.
I praise the dance.
O man, learn to dance,
or else the angels in heaven will not know what to do with you.”
|| A theatrical fusion piece between two virtual strangers - Isidora and Ariellah, inspired by the Sumerian myth of Inanna’s descent through the 7 Gates of the Underworld, where she meets her dark sister, Ereshkigal.
Descent to the Underworld (by Isidora Hart)
The filmography leaves something to be desired, but the dance is really something.