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Xavier Le Roy
Product of Circumstances

Tuesday, September 20, 2011
7:30pm

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New York Times Critics' Pick

 

Molecular biologist turned groundbreaking choreographer, Xavier Le Roy uses the "illustrated lecture" format to take audiences through his professional journey from scientist to dance maker.

He offers perspectives on politics and the power structures that determine what research really gets done within institutions, and examines the assumptions that frequently determine choices made in the performing arts world.

"Biography as theory. An autobiographical talk becoming a performance. My body as raw material of social and cultural organization and as the practice of critical necessity."
—Xavier Le Roy

In English

This event is part of Lecture/Performance, one of Crossing the Line 2011's three curatorial program perspectives.

 

Venue
FIAF, Tinker Auditorium
55 East 59th Street
New York, NY 10022

Day-of Tickets
FIAF Members: $15
Non-Members: $20

 

Recent Buzz & Reviews

New York Times Critics' Pick!
"Mr. Le Roy is a French choreographer who most of the time doesn't actually create movement for bodies; like his compatriot Jérôme Bêl he likes instead to make us think about the constituents of dance and performance..."
—The New York Times (read article)

Xavier Le Roy at MoMA: read review

 

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