Left: The Forsythe Company, Knotunknot, 2011.
Right: Sadaharu Horio, Atarimae-no-koto (A matter of course), 2009.
Photo by Geneviève Haraguchi.
21-23 January 2011
In Dana Caspersen and William Forsythe’s “Knotunknot,” visitors are invited into a social choreography that is realized in two distinct and simultaneous parts. In one section, visitors collectively assemble and disassemble a knotted object, which is mutable and dependent on the strengths and intentions of its makers.
// From our friends at E-Flux