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Lucinda Childs

Dance

Part of 2010-2011 Performing Arts Season

“Expands the contrasts between actual and virtual, life-sized and larger than life … The piece establishes a serene liveliness from the outset.” —Village Voice

More than 30 years after the controversial performance in Minneapolis, Lucinda Childs’ Dance returns as a modern classic. In this landmark collaboration among three groundbreaking artists, Childs’ minimalist accumulations, repetitions, and variations respond to a driving score by Philip Glass, with Sol LeWitt’s larger-than-life film version of the piece serving as the sole setting. Dance unfolds as a spellbinding interweaving of past and present, recorded and live, as images of the original cast—including Childs in a 20-minute solo—are projected on a translucent surface in front of the dancers onstage. This historic remounting is an opportunity to see a piece whose radical choreography, music, and film has over the decades attained a unique neoclassical grandeur.

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Sol LeWitt (November 18, 2010–April 24, 2011).

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Funding

Support provided in honor of Dale Schatzlein (1948–2006) and his important work in support of dance and jazz in the Twin Cities.

The Walker Art Center’s Dance Season is sponsored by


Additional support is generously provided by Engaging Dance Audiences, administered by Dance/USA with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The James Irvine Foundation.