This exhibition surveys the work of the postmodern choreographer and dancer Trisha Brown (1936–2017), who was a founding member of the Judson Dance Theater in New York in 1962. Delving into her moving image archive, the show follows Brown’s journey from early pieces performed in public spaces across New York to her later works for proscenium stage, such as Set and Reset (1983), on which she collaborated with Robert Rauschenberg. As part of Edinburgh International Festival, performances of some short outdoor will take place on 9–11 August. Find out more from Jupiter Artland’s website.
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