Cunningham & Cage Inspire Vision Collaboration Nights 2010

Arts for Art’s 7th annual Vision Collaboration Nights, which kicks off tonight, will explore dialogues in sound, space, and movement.  Drawing from the legacy of Merce Cunningham and John Cage’s explorations into sound-movement collaborations and the use of chance and improvisation in live works, the festival has paired dancers and musicians who will meet on stage, collaborate, and create a moving dialogue with Jo Wood-Brown’s site-specific art installation.  The festival will feature three different pairs of dancers and musicians each night for the next four nights, along with a closing improvisation for all of the artists.  Here’s the full line-up of artists and musicians participating in the festival.

Vision Collaboration Nights runs from March 3rd through March 6th at 7 PM at the 14th Street Y Theatre (344 14th Street at the corner of 1st Avenue).  $20 tickets can be purchased online.

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