MASP

Trisha Brown: choreographing life

Edited by:

André Mesquita


Texts by:

André Mesquita; Adriana Banana; Babette Mangolte; David M. Sperling; Susan Rosenberg; Trisha Brown; Yvonne Rainer


Capa dura, 28,4x25,3x2,5cm, 240p, inglês, MASP, 2020


R$129


ISBN 978-85-310-0083-6


<em>Trisha Brown: Choreographing Life</em> is published at the occasion of the monographic exhibition dedicated to the work of the pioneering artist, dancer, and choreographer Trisha Brown (1936–2017) at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP). The publication focuses on the complex relationship's between dance and its visual representations—in video, photography, drawing or diagram—considering Brown’s commitment to the exploration and production of new social spaces through performances, as well as her unique combination of multidisciplinary references—including mathematics, geography and the artistic strategies of conceptualism. This richly illustrated book presents a wide selection of Brown works, covering her entire trajectory, from her participation in the Judson Dance Theater (1962–1964), and her scores and essential works produced during the 1970s, such as <em>Accumulation</em> (1971), <em>Locus</em> (1975), and <em>Water Motor</em> (1978), to her transition to the proscenium stage in the 1980’s, culminating in the series of large scale performative drawings, in the 2000s.