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Title Trisha Brown [videorecording] : early works 1966-1979 / Artpix Notebooks ; ARTPIX.

Imprint [Houston, TX] : ARTPIX, [2004]


Location Call No. Status
 GDL Central Library DVD    792.8 Brown,T TRI    DUE 02-02-24 OFF CAMPUS
Description 2 videodiscs (ca. 239 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Artpix notebooks
Artpix notebooks.
Contents Disc 1. Homemade (1966) (4:42 min.) -- Man walking down the side of a building (1970) (2:47 min.) -- Floor of the forest (1970) (6:04 min. excerpt) -- Leaning duets (1970) (2:00 min. excerpt) -- Walking on the wall (1971) (4:49 min. excerpt) -- Accumulation (1971) (5:34 min.) -- Primary accumulation (1972) (6:21 min.) -- Group primary accumulation (1973) (8:29 min. excerpt) -- Roof and fire piece (1973) (31:38 min.) -- Structured pieces II (1974) (7:37 min. excerpt) -- Spiral (1974) (2:29 min.) -- Locus (1975) (14:04 min.) -- Structured pieces III (1975) (8:17 min.) -- Sololos (1976) (2:33 min.) -- Line up (1976) (41:17 min.) -- Spanish dance (1976) (4:26 min.) -- Water motor (1978) (7:55 min.) -- Accumulation with talking plus watermotor (1979) (11:42 min.).
Disc. 2. A conversation with Trisha Brown and Klaus Kertess -- Beginnings -- Improvisation -- Judson Group -- Early works -- Homemade -- Planes -- Floor of the Forest -- Man walking down the side of a building, Spiral, Walking the wall -- Accumulation, Primary accumulation, Group primary accumulation -- Locus -- Roof piece, Roof and fire piece -- Structured pieces -- Watermotor -- Accumulation with talking plus watermotor / producer, ARTPIX (2004) (73 min.).
Credits Disc 1. Homemade: with a film by Robert Whitman. Floor of the forest: set and equipment by Trisha Brown ; editors, Seoungho Cho and Stephen Vitiello. Walking the wall: documented by Elaine Summers. Accumulation: music, The Grateful Dead ; documented by Mark Robinson. Primary accumulation: video, James Dearling, Carlota F. Schoolman. Roof and fire piece: film by Babette Mangolte. Structured pieces II: documented by Roberto Guerra and Stephen Vitiello. Line up: music, Bob Dylan. Spanish dance: music, Bob Dylan ; documented by Roberto Guerra and Stephen Vitiello ; editors, Seoungho Cho and Stephen Vitiello. Water motor: filmmaker, Babette Mangolte. Accumulation with talking plus watermotor: directed by Jonathan Demme ; produced by Carole Markin and Edward Saxon ; cinematographer, Jacek Laskus ; editor, Pam Wise ; a co-production of KCET-TV, KTCA-TV, Trisha Brown Company, Inc. and UCLA. Artpix editors, Fredericka Hunter, Ian Glennie.
Disc 2. Editor, Roberto Guerra ; cameras, Roberto Guerra, Stephen Vitiello ; photography, Babette Mangolte, Oscar Bailey, the Cunningham Dance Foundation, Coni Beeson, Barry Goldensohn, Stig T. Karlsson, Robert McElroy ; Artpix editors, Fredericka Hunter, Ian Glennie.
Performer Dancers Trisha Brown, Joseph Schlichter, Elizabeth Garren, students from the High School for Performing and Visual Arts Houston TX, Jared Bark, Carmen Beuchat, Ben Dolphin, Caroline Goodden, Richard Nonas, Patsy Norvoll, Lincoln Scott, Kei Takei, Barbara Killey, Douglas Dunn, Mark Gabor, Sylvia Palacios, Steve Paxton, Irene Hultman, Lisa Schmidt, Shelley Sabina Senter, Tina Girouard, David Gordon, Nancy Green, Susan Harris, Elsi Miranda, Emmet Murray, Eve Poling, Sarah Rudner, Nanette Seivert, Valda Setterfield, Liz Thompson, Judith Ragir, Jodi Melnick, Seth Parker, Todd Stone, Mona Sulzman, Wendy Perron, Terry O'Reilly, Sandra Grinberg, Carolyn Lucas, Hope Mohr, Brandi Norton, Cori Olinghouse. Choreographer, Trisha Brown. Disc 2: Interviewer, Klaus Kertess ; interviewee, Trisha Brown.
Event Interview taped February 23 and 25, 2004, New York, N.Y.
Summary "Trisha Brown, one of the most acclaimed choreographers of contemporary dance, first came to notice in New York in the 1960s. With a group of like-minded artists that included Yvonne Rainer and Simone Forti, she pushed the limits of what was then considered appropriate movement for choreography and changed modern dance forever. Founding her own company in 1970, Brown developed her own choreography and style with her unique ideas of movement"--Container. This video collection includes eighteen performances from 1966 through 1979, as well as an interview with art historian Klaus Kertess wherein Brown talks about her early years in the New York dance community, various collaborative efforts and colleagues, and offers insights on her own work.
System Details DVD.
Subject Brown, Trisha, 1936-
Brown, Trisha, 1936- -- Interviews.
Trisha Brown Company.
Choreographers -- United States.
Dancers -- United States -- 20th century.
Dance -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Modern dance -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Genre/Form Filmed dance.
Short films.
Filmed interviews.
Documentary films.
Added Author Brown, Trisha, 1936- Dancer. Choreographer. Interviewee.
Kertess, Klaus. Interviewer.
Davis, Rebecca (Choreographer)
Davis, Carolyn.
Neptune, Maryvonne.
Thompson, Michele.
Trisha Brown Company.
Added Title Early works 1966-1979
Homemade (Choreographic work : Brown)
Man walking down the side of a building (Choreographic work : Brown)
Roof and fire piece (Choreographic work : Brown)
Spiral (Choreographic work : Brown)
Locus (Choreographic work : Brown)
Sololos (Choreographic work : Brown)
Line up (Choreographic work : Brown)
Spanish dance (Choreographic work : Brown)
Water motor (Choreographic work : Brown)
Accumulation with Talking plus Watermotor (Choreographic work : Brown)
Floor of the forest (Choreographic work : Brown). Selections.
Leaning duets (Choreographic work : Brown). Selections.
Walking on the wall (Choreographic work : Brown). Selections.
Accumulation, primary accumulation, group accumulation (Choreographic work : Brown). Selections.
Structured pieces (Choreographic work : Brown). Selections.
ISBN 0966801067
Standard No. 857285001013

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