Ralph Lemon
A Paradance:
The inherent protest
and émigré nature
of performance (and how it could belong nowhere)

Thursday, October 6, 2011
7:30pm

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The acclaimed artist/performer offers a unique evening for Crossing the Line. Dancer, choreographer, storyteller, and visual artist, Ralph Lemon addresses social and political issues in a striking, emotional, and powerful way through his poignant use of diverse art forms.

"It is all about questions. That is where I have landed. It's not about the answers. It's about the not knowing."
—Ralph Lemon

"He is building a body of work in the truest sense, reaching for a poetics at once complex and simple and constructing a container to receive, if only for scattered moments, things that can't be kept."—The New York Times

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

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