Tate Modern Performance

Set and Reset by Trisha Brown with Rambert

Three figures who pose with their arms and legs creating different angles and two figures positioned lower to the ground.

Rambert dancers rehearse Set and Reset, London 2022. © Tate. Photography: Seraphina Neville

Watch Rambert perform Trisha Brown’s Set and Reset

Trisha Brown’s major work of post-modern dance Set and Reset will be performed for the first time by the London-based dance company Rambert, who will showcase the fluid and unpredictable style of Brown's original choreography.

In Set and Reset Brown worked with a process of memorised improvisation that layered phrases and timing to create an intricate piece of choreography. Like the original production, the piece features the original music composed by Laurie Anderson, lighting design by Beverly Emmons, and the stage-set and costumes by Robert Rauschenberg, who were all key collaborators on the project. Reflecting on the piece Brown stated that Set and Reset was defined by ‘metamorphic relationships; relationships between figures both plastic and organic; about space, both physical and aural’.

The Copyrights in all works performed on this program are the property of Trisha Brown - All Rights Reserved.

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Dates

Twice daily from 12 – 14 March 2022

This performance is in the display Set and Reset by Trisha Brown.

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Supported by

Tate Americas Foundation

The Performance Activation Fund

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    Set and Reset by Trisha Brown

    Until 4 September 2022
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