Dance and architecture
(A moment from Noé Soulier : Movement Materials)
There can never be enough dance in public spaces to satisfy me which is odd as, other than taking small children to the Nutcracker, I don’t go out of my way to see dance. Stumbling upon it is another matter. In the intimacy of tiny gallery 3 I could feel the heat of the dancer’s bodies, their foot falls and breaths were the only soundtrack. In another room, the dancers were so close I could have reached out and touched them. I’d call that 30 minutes well spent.
More on Frank Gehry’s new Fondation Louis Vuitton soon.