BLEED by Tere O'Connor
"An expert in compressing and expanding time, Mr. O’Connor allows us to lose track of it. “Bleed” suspends the watcher in its own webs of watching and being watched." - New York Times
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Melody Datz Hansen at The Stranger breaks down the beautiful ambiguity of Tere O'Connor's work:
Thomas May talks with choreographer Tere O'Connor at City Arts Magazine:
Tere O'Connor's work is a continuous process, not an answer to a question. Below, he talks to the Ringling International Arts Festival (via the Fringe Arts blog) about two of the works which informed the large-scale BLEED.
NY Times critic and scholar Claudia La Rocco in conversation with Tere O'Connor:
CLAUDIA LAROCCO: As a choreographer, are you in conversation with poetry? Do you feel that you share things in terms of your structural approach and the inner logic of your dances?
"At the beginning of every project, the choreographer Tere O’Connor asks himself a basic question. As he said recently over coffee near his West Village apartment: 'What am I doing? What is dance trying to do?'
MON, NOV 17 | 6:30 PM | FREEMerrill Wright Mainstage Lobby
A celebrated writer on dance and ideas, O’Connor will engage in hearty conversation and debate around his writings on BLEED over cocktails. Hosted by Velocity Dance Center.