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On Reverberations

Lauren Bakst was the R&D Season Fellow for CHOREOGRAPHY. In a series of three texts published on Six Degrees, Bakst shares several lines of inquiry she pursued while researching the R&D Season’s thematic… Read more

07/21/15
by Lauren Bakst, R&D Season Fellow
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Archive
Lauren Bakst
CHOREOGRAPHY
Gerard & Kelly
R&D Season
R&D Season Fellow

(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY: Neil Greenberg

In the final of seven successive perspectives from artists, choreographers, curators, dancers, and scholars on the term “choreography,” here dancer and choreographer Neil Greenberg contributes his… Read more

(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY: Eve Meltzer

In the sixth of seven successive perspectives from artists, choreographers, curators, dancers, and scholars on the term “choreography,” here Eve Meltzer, an art historian and scholar of various philosophical… Read more

(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY: Cori Kresge

Dancer Cori Kresge shares her perspective on the term “choreography” in the fifth of seven successive contributions from artists, choreographers, curators, dancers, and scholars for the Six Degrees… Read more

(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY: Mariana Valencia

Artist and dancer Mariana Valencia shares her perspective on the term “choreography” in the fourth of seven successive contributions from artists, choreographers, curators, dancers, and scholars for… Read more

(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY: Shayna Keller

Dancer and choreographer Shayna Keller shares her perspective on the term “choreography” in the third of seven successive contributions from artists, choreographers, curators, dancers, and scholars… Read more

(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY: Heather Love

Gender studies scholar Heather Love shares her perspective on the term “choreography” in the second of seven successive contributions from artists, choreographers, curators, dancers, and scholars for… Read more

(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY

Six Degrees editor and New Museum Seminars co-organizer Taraneh Fazeli introduces the series “(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY” in relation to the forms of impassioned study and… Read more

Indexing Liveness: The (In)Animacy of Performance

Lauren Bakst was the New Museum’s R&D (Research & Development) Season Fellow for the Fall 2014 Season devoted to the topic of CHOREOGRAPHY. In a series of three texts published on Six Degrees, Bakst… Read more

04/23/15
by Lauren Bakst, R&D Season Fellow
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AUNTS
Lauren Bakst
CHOREOGRAPHY
Gerard & Kelly
R&D Season
R&D Season Fellow

In the Mirror of the Other

Continuing the Six Degrees series “Translation is Impossible. Let’s do it!” we present translator and scholar Samuel Wilder’s English language version of “Fi mir’at al-akhar” [In the Mirror… Read more

Para-sites like us: What is this para-sitic tendency?

“Para-sites like us” is an ongoing research project initiated by Janna Graham, the inaugural Six Degrees resident. Graham’s series of texts examines the para-sitic condition as a potential coordinated… Read more

In the Mirror of the Other

In Part 2 of the series “Translation is Impossible. Let’s do it!” we present the first of two commissioned translations into English of Moroccan philosopher Abdessalam Benabdelali’s text “Fi… Read more

Towards a Modern Greek Lexicon of Untranslatables

For our latest post in the series “Translation is Impossible. Let’s do it!,” philologist and historian of the modern reception of classics, Alexandra Lianeri shares her preface to the forthcoming… Read more

VOICE: The Paradox of Non-Participation

In the following VOICE contribution, “The Paradox of Non-Participation,” art historian and curator Lauren van Haaften-Schick examines the long history of artists’ boycotts and strikes seen as speech… Read more

12/03/14
by Lauren van Haaften-Schick
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VOICE
R&D Season
Lauren van Haaften-Schick
Boycott
Strike
participation

Six Degrees Residency: Para-sites like us

“Para-sites like us” is an ongoing research project initiated by Janna Graham, the inaugural Six Degrees resident. Graham’s series of texts examines the para-sitical condition as a potential coordinated… Read more

Six Degrees Residency: Introducing Janna Graham

Six Degrees recently initiated a new residency in which the publication’s editors invite a cultural practitioner—artist, curator, critic, historian, writer, poet, educator, etc.—to develop a research… Read more

11/21/14
by Taraneh Fazeli, Six Degrees Editor and Education Associate
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Six Degrees Resident
Museum as Hub
R&D Season
Fieldwork
Pedagogy
Janna Graham
Taraneh Fazeli
Para-sites like us

Lessons on the Paradox of Translation

As part of our ongoing series “Translation is Impossible. Let’s Do It!” Education intern Chaeeun Lee contributes an essay framing a lesson on translation done with New Museum Teen Apprentice Program… Read more

Redacted Mind

Writer Joshua Craze contributes to our ongoing series “Translation is Impossible. Let’s do it!” with an adapted excerpt from his forthcoming novel, Redacted Mind. Introduced by Omar Berrada, Co-director… Read more

Introducing the series: “Translation is Impossible. Let’s do it!”

“Translation is impossible. Let’s do it!” 1 While at first glance this call to action might seem ironic, with knowledge of cultural critic and translator Boris Buden’s work one understands he is… Read more

SHOP TALK: Archiving Performance: Research through Dance with Jennifer Monson

Since 2000, dancer and choreographer Jennifer Monson has produced a number of projects that have utilized dance to investigate cultural understandings of nature. Monson’s “Live Dancing Archive” (“LDA”;… Read more

10/15/14
by Travis Chamberlain, Associate Curator of Performance and Manager of Public Programs, and Jennifer Monson
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Jennifer Monson
Travis Chamberlain
Tara Hart
Archives
Digital Archive
R&D Season
Shop Talk-Archiving Performance
Shop Talk
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