Because of circumstances beyond my control, I won’t be able to read and sign books at Rhizome on Saturday night as originally planned, but thanks to the kind suggestion of curator Jeff Surak, I’ll be there virtually, with a recorded reading of an essay from As Within, So Without. Which is available here, from Arteidola … More a virtual reading
Dancer and baker extraordinaire Micah Trapp sends this photo of her bookshelf. As Within, So Without is honored to have a place among these books on the fine art of breadmaking. Read about Micah’s beautiful work in the dance performance piece “Fossil” in “Dancing with the Hands,” one of the twenty essays collected in As … More as within, so without goes well with bread!
New in Arteidolia, a translation and interpretation of Ixtaccihuatl, a prose poem by Alice Paalen Rahon that originally appeared in the first issue of DYN. (For a heaping helping of essays like it, try As Within So Without.)
The score to Boundary Conditions, along with a nice analysis by editor Keith Prosk is the featured score in the new number of Harmonic Series. If you haven’t subscribed to Harmonic Series yet, you really should… The score to Boundary Conditions is available for download from my Scores page; I welcome interested musicians and/or dancers … More boundary conditions featured in the new harmonic series