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Choreography Lecture: Jonah Bokaer | UC Berkeley

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Monday, April 23, 2012 - 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Banatao Auditorium (UC Berkeley) | Hearst Ave. and Leroy Ave, Berkeley, CA

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The act of Choreography is private, as opposed to Dance, which is communally shared, or publicly viewed. Choreography occurs, it is transmitted, and it disappears, to become Dance.

The transposition of ephemera choreographic arts into visual arts institutions is not a new phenomenon. Dance taking up real estate in a museum or gallery is not the question: in actuality, choreographers are primarily concerned with the same questions as other exhibiting artists – space, visuality, temporality, and value.

Jonah Bokaer is an international choreographer, media artist, and artist space developer. His work integrates choreography with digital media, resulting from cross-disciplinary collaborations with artists and architects.

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Categories: East Bay, Lectures & Workshops
Address: Hearst Ave. and Leroy Ave, Berkeley, CA