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Chicago Architecture Biennial promotes performance art
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Be the first. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. This heavy focus on live movement-based projects that explored the body's relationship to buildings and spaces was deliberate according to Mark Lee, who co-curated the programme with partner Sharon Johnston.
The inclusion of performances followed on from the inaugural edition, when architect Bryony Roberts conceived a choreographed routine executed by the South Shore Drill Team at one of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 's public spaces in the heart of the city.
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Johnston Marklee 's theme for the biennial is Make New History, which asks architects to consider history in order to shape a direction for future architectural practice. Static exhibits include 15 alternative visions for the famous s Tribune Tower competition. Read on for more information about the performances at the Chicago Architecture Biennial, which runs until 7 January The piece similarly explored how the modernist architecture influenced the unique relationships that the original occupant s had with the building, and each other, through interpretive dance.
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The house was designed for Doctor Edith Farnsworth as a retreat outside the city, for her to relax in and enjoy as a single woman. This fact, and the tempestuous relationship between the architect and client — also to be explored in an upcoming Hollywood movie — form the base for the almost hour-long routine. Two dancers — one male and one female — used exaggerated movements set to music while passing around the house.
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They rubbed up against the surfaces and materials, and interacted with each other at different points, as well as chanting.