Broken Words is a collaborative video project that explores a new dance poetry by combining energetically charged, language-covered robes with choreographed, ritualistic duets in landscapes of damage and beauty along the Hudson Ribver. Words from love poetry are broken into syllables and adhered to the surface of two metallic silk robes. Each letter is hand cut from copper foil. Visual artist, Kathleen Anderson, choreographer, Susan Osberg, composer, Dean Sharp, and filmmaker, Tom Moore. View video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weWkMsVlaks

Being as Language
Kathleen Anderson Being as Language
Love Poetry in copper type on silk metallic organza robes
Kathleen Anderson Being as Language


Kathleen Anderson Being as Language still from video
Broken Words
2009
still from video
Kathleen Anderson Being as Language Still from video
Broken Words
2009
Still from video

Kathleen Anderson Being as Language Still from video
Broken Words
2009
Still from video
Kathleen Anderson Being as Language Still from video
Broken Words
2009
Still from video

Kathleen Anderson Being as Language

Kathleen Anderson Being as Language
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