Move.
Dance (definition): movement intended to be seen.
This is Keith Hennessey, performing “Crotch (all the Joseph Beuys references in the world cannot heal the pain, confusion, regret, cruelty, betrayal or trauma … ),” credit Andrea Mohin NY Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/04/arts/dance/04zero.html?_r=1).  I saw what I’m pretty sure was the last performance of this at Studio 2 in SE Portland. The piece involved poetry, chocolate, a brief history of dance, and unhydrogenated palm fat and was painfully intense.  I’ll follow this post up with one where I can add a text cut.
  1. This is Keith Hennessey, performing “Crotch (all the Joseph Beuys references in the world cannot heal the pain, confusion, regret, cruelty, betrayal or trauma … ),” credit Andrea Mohin NY Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/04/arts/dance/04zero.html?_r=1).  I saw what I’m pretty sure was the last performance of this at Studio 2 in SE Portland. The piece involved poetry, chocolate, a brief history of dance, and unhydrogenated palm fat and was painfully intense.  I’ll follow this post up with one where I can add a text cut.

  1. 1 noteTimestamp: Thursday 2012/07/19 17:05:27keith hennesseyphotodancecrotchjoseph beuys
  1. atransparenteyeball reblogged this from movementconsciousness and added:
    I miss working on this piece a lot.
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