In Quartet, multiple conversations become one. Claudia La Rocco, Rashaun Mitchell, Silas Riener & Davison Scandrett muse on the nature of performance during the process of creating Way In.
Tina Satter speaks about formalism, her perverse sense of humor and the importance of family drama.
Emily Hoffman on the broken patterns in William Forsythe’s Sider, a work that conjures and contends with Elizabethan tragedy.
Mariana Valencia on her sculptural arrangements of bodies and objects, teenagers in parking lots, and Bushwick sunsets.
Marissa Perel talks about her recent performance Night Ballast which explores the power that can come from vulnerability.
Gillian Walsh discusses her dance series Grinding and Equations, the art of ass tyranny, and the mystery of the “Monica Lewinsky moment.”
robbinschilds embark on a journey that straddles the mundane and the otherworldly in their latest two-part show, I came here on my own & Salzburggrubzlas, Grubzlassalzburg!
Cars come to life in Detroit.
Emily Hoffman reviews the latest installment of Sarah Michelson’s Devotion series.
Choreographer Tere O’Connor’s work is grounded in multiplicity. Cassie Peterson explores its implications.
Jesse Zaritt reviews Political Mother, a fast and furious spectacle choreographed and directed by Hofesh Shechter.
Haleem “Stringz” Rasul talks about the constantly evolving form of street dancing in Detroit—from the jit to b-boy swag.
Choreographer Douglas Dunn and frequent collaborator Mimi Gross offer insight into Dunn’s pedagogical approach and to his art’s evolution over time
DD Dorvillier on her transnational upbringing, the origins of The Matzoh Factory, and her artistic development.
Lauren Bakst interviews Nora Chipaumire on dance-making as a form of activism and the power of the human body as a medium for art.
Our friends at 651 Arts are hosting LIVE & OUTSPOKEN music, theater, and dance series and BOMB is proud to be their official media sponsor.
Lori DeGolyer chats with choreographer devynn emory after catching a rehearsal of their latest piece, This Horse is Not a Home.
In the second installment of this two-part interview, Suzanne Snider talks with renegade choreographer, Yvonne Meier, about her early years in Switzerland, her improvisational Scores, and being both a mother and a maker.
Artist Matthew Lutz-Kinoy collaborated with producer SOPHIE and triple-threat Chelsea Culp at the New Museum in September. The result? Paint on the dance floor, and an inescapable harmony that you can’t help but whistle to.
Damaged Goods talks to Wim Wenders about his most recent film Pina and his choice to film the late choreographer’s work in 3D.
Lauren Bakst catches up with choreographer and performer Michelle Boulé during a rehearsal for her latest work, Hello, I need you.
“It feels to me like the difficulty of the conversation is actually the difficulty of the piece.” Lauren Bakst talks with choreographer John Jasperse about Canyon, at BAM through November 19.
Lauren Bakst talks with choreographer Beth Gill and the six women who perform in her latest work, Electric Midwife.
What happens when choreographers and performers delve into the field of visual art? Lauren Bakst had a chance to find out at the Art (dance) Show, the opening event of Movement Research’s Spring FESTIVAL!
BOMB podcast of award-winning choreographer, dancer and community leader Ronald K. Brown and legendary poet and activist Sonia Sanchez at their 651 ARTS’ LIVE & OUTSPOKEN performance on Tuesday, May 4th.
Our friends at 651 ARTS are launching LIVE & OUTSPOKEN, their new series of live music, theater, and dance paired with provocative conversation next week, and BOMB is proud to be their official media sponsor.
Peter Gordon & The Love of Life Orchestra’s dense, experimental and deeply funky music has just been reissued, re-alerting listeners to the composer’s unique, genre-crossing sounds.
PODCAST In his latest collaborative dance piece In I, Akram Khan invites actress Juliette Binoche to dance out a highly charged romance against a pared down domestic theater set by Anish Kapoor.
Miguel Gutierrez, an active member of the New York dance scene since 2001, creates solo and group performances under the moniker Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People.