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NET NEBRASKA PRESENTS

loopdiver: Interactions

  • Aired: 07/25/2010
  • 00:31
  • Rating: NR
One of the more difficult aspects of the piece is that each dancer has their own movement sequence but each is performing it in the same rhythmic loop structure. It was a challenge for the dancers to synchronize 'loop time' with each other. In this clip you can see an example of looping not just a gesture, but also the 'state of being.'
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