Isabelle Van Grimde, Dominique Porte, Victor Quijada

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Episode 141: [58:14]
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In this episode we hear Part 1 of a discussion between Isabelle Van Grimde, Dominique Porte and Danièle Desnoyers at Circuit Est from last June about music and dance, Part 4 of the Trisha Brown Interview, and the Victor Quijada interview from April, 2009.

The theme song is sung by Hans Edler, the dance poems of the week are Take Me Out to the Go-Go by Thomas Sayers Ellis and Retired ballerinas, Central Park West by Lawrence Ferlinghetti and the music played during the show is a Chopin Recital by Janina Fialkowska.

Originally published on Movement Museum

Jennifer Marchand [Zeke’s Alternate Art Interview]

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Episode 140 [13:10]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand talking to Jennifer Marchand the 2009 Pearlie Roberson Award winner.

Originally published on Zeke’s Alternate Art #%^$#@!

Kitty Wilkes and Clogging (aka Clog Dancing)

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Episode 139: [63:48]
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In this episode Kitty Wilkes talks about teaching Clogging (aka Clog Dancing) in Montreal, Part 3 of the Trisha Brown Interview is played, and a brief history of the Nutcracker written by Steve Barry is given as well. [Ms. Wilkes’ classes are free and happen Tuesdays and Thursday from noon to 2PM at the Red Barn, 20609 Lakeshore Drive in Baie-d’Urfe]

The theme song is sung by Eddie Cochran, the dance poem of the week is The Rain Dance by Sue Aspell and the music played during the show is a collection of bluegrass instrumentals.

Originally published on Movement Museum

Charlotte Greenwood [Zeke’s Alternate Art Interview]

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Episode 138 [18:56]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand talking to Charlotte Greenwood about her recent exhibit The Paradox of Consumerism in the Age of New Baroque.

Originally published on Zeke’s Alternate Art #%^$#@!

Amqui and Corps intérieur

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Episode 137: [59:12]
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In this episode Zeke reviews Amqui by Marie-Ève Albert, Gwen and Allison Elizabeth review David Pressault’s Corps intérieur and Part 2 of The Trisha Brown Interview is played.

The theme song is sung by an unknown Chinese singer, the dance poem of the week is Crows in a Stong Wind by Cornelius Eady and the music played during the show is from Mozart the Mason by Jonathan Crow, Douglas McNabney and Matt Haimovitz.

Originally published on Movement Museum

José Navas & Mark Lanctôt

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Episode 136: [64:02]
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In this episode José Navas talks about the creation his pieces Villanelle and S as well as discussing his practice and dance in general. Before, both José Navas and Mark Lanctôt discuss the Tacita Dean piece Merce Cunningham performs STILLNESS (in three movements) to John Cage’s composition 4’33” with Trevor Carlson, New York City, 28 April 2007 that is at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal until January 3, 2010.

The theme song is sung by Petty Booka, the dance poem of the week is The Empty Dance Shoes by Cornelius Eady and the music played during the show is from Invisible Cities by William Beauvais.

Allison Elizabeth Burns, Gwen Fisher and Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand

Art et politique Nouvelles formes d’engagement artistique au Québec by Ève Lamoureux [Zeke’s Alternate Art Book Review]

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Episode 135 [12:11]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand talking about and reviewing Art et politique Nouvelles formes d’engagement artistique au Québec by Ève Lamoureux.

Originally published on Zeke’s Alternate Art #%^$#@!