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Speaking Through Movement Set and Reset

Part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Series: New Perspectives

A black and white photo captures three dancers in mid-movement. One dancer is holding another in the air, at hip height, while the third curves around them following the group's movement. All three stand on a stage wearing flowing clothes.

Set and Reset (1983) by Trisha Brown: photograph featuring dancers Trish Oesterling, Trisha Brown, and Wil Swanson. Photo © Mark Hanauer 1993. Courtesy Trisha Brown Dance Company

Join us for a panel discussion about Trisha Brown’s 1983 dance Set and Reset

This panel provides an opportunity to reflect on how a museum can collect, present and activate dance history. It coincides with live performances of Set and Reset as part of the festival Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels.

The panel includes Benoit Swan Pouffer, Rambert’s Artistic Director, Carolyn Lucas Associate Artistic Director of Trisha Brown Dance Company, Joel Brown dancer, singer-songwriter and is chaired by Catherine Wood.

Speaking Through Movement: Set and Reset is part of How does art speak? A series of four conversations centered around North American artists who explore the many ways art communicates with us.

Tate Modern

Starr Cinema

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

15 March 2022 at 18.30–20.00

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Set and Reset