Dance on display.
LONDON + LIVE STREAM What if you could experience dance as you do visual art, in a whole building where it lives in all the nooks and crannies? That's the idea behind Boris Charmatz's 48-hour installation, If Tate Modern was Musee de la danse? He and about 90 performers will take over London's Tate Modern, May 15-16, and invite visitors to warm up with them, learn parts of the work, and watch and leave as they please. Go early for the exhibition; stay late for the main hall's transformation into a nightclub. Then, catch Charmatz's company perform his Aatt enen tionon and manger at Sadler's Wells, May 17-23. If you're not in London, don't fret. You can live-stream portions of Musee de la danse at tate.org.uk.
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|Date:||May 1, 2015|
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