By Carrie Stern
As a dance writer I try to leave myself out of the story. The fact is, I was a dancer and visual artist first.
I met David Appel, who now lives in Bay Ridge, in the early 1980s in Chicago. I was performing, choreographing and improvising when Appel, who lived in New York, gave a workshop. I had seen him perform several years earlier at what turned out to be a seminal conference in modern dance history titled
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