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  • let's talk first about contemporary color what the heck is it that's a

  • really good question my first intro into contemporary color was that I went to a

  • big American high school not too dissimilar from Friday Night Lights

  • except for it was in a bigger town in Dallas Texas and what I know about

  • contemporary color from those days is that they weren't the football team they

  • weren't the cheerleaders they weren't the high school band they were this

  • really kind of bizarre underground subculture of I guess what stemmed from

  • a military stick dance but then really flowered into its own its own world so I

  • I knew about their color guard because they would be rehearsing on the lawn and

  • throwing the the toy rifles and waving the flag liberation work the way it

  • worked in various artists were teamed up with different color guard teams and

  • these color guard teams had already had this routine that they've been working

  • on that they'd refine that was again their performance the dance the throwing

  • of the rifles in the flags and essentially what I did is get a video of

  • their dance and then restore it so you reverse engineer the color guard yeah

  • exactly and it was a bizarre challenge because like a lot of dances go

  • different very different tempos in different time signatures and moments of

  • reprieve

  • and my particular team is based on the idea of a lunatic and somebody in a

  • mental institution so yes but I'm thrilled to work with them and

  • apparently they stay in character

  • the entire time they where they have all dyed their hair read for the part not I

  • don't think that's any slight on gingers I think it's just part of part of the

  • aesthetic and the director of the color guard is also a fashion designers are

  • he's designed all the costumes and with any luck I will be wearing one of the

  • costumes they asked me to dye my hair red but I said I couldn't because it's

  • was already falling out from the white hair

  • let's talk about your lyrics because there is one of the ways I describes a

  • visit to myself in my head is carrying terrible events you often found the

  • sweetest when you're most scary theater when I was in high school and I remember

  • one of the tenets of that being if you have something really have some big big

  • anger to express herself

  • big moment to explore a lot of time it's it's a lot creepier to whisper that to

  • scream in another class I want to ask about your stage a couple of times in

  • which blows my mind as it blows my mind if everybody it's it's it's

  • choreographed how have you folks seen as I hope some of you doing

  • you doing with their choreography any be partisan but what did you tell her you

  • wanted I mean for someone like me she will perhaps think about what will look

  • good in my body in what I'll be actually be able to inhabit as someone who's not

  • a trained dancer and her most one of the most interesting things about her is

  • that she loves to work with novices who have no dance baggage from what I

  • understand about the way anybody work sometimes is that she will essentially

  • listen to a piece of music and suggests words that are like poetry and she

  • relies on a concept that she calls first thought best thought so she works with

  • incredible dancers will say a word like insular and then someone will react to

  • it and the way that is instinctual

  • go through a number of words and a number of reactions by the dancers and

  • then whittle it down and codify until it's a piece so it's ultimately very

  • collaborative

  • I'm not aware this could just be my ignorance about the dance world but I'm

  • not aware of any other choreographer who works in that specific way to me it felt

  • like the movement is another another layer of rhythm and ideas on top of the

  • words on top of the music on top of the drugs it's just one more mind blowing

  • thing you're throwing out of the same time also I mean that's how our brain

  • works if we stand in some victori victorious posed for an hour this way

  • people like to do yoga we start to feel victorious I mean it

  • it's it's as neurological for me as it is for the audience to polls in your

  • work between control and chaos because you're through the years and the guitar

  • comes out of nowhere like you or your your choreographed shows now you're also

  • completely in control but you can go haywire at the end like he did in Austin

  • or whatever it is you must think a lot about control versus both in your music

  • I think a lot about control I don't think very much brought chaos that just

  • comes in Loch Ness monster

let's talk first about contemporary color what the heck is it that's a


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ルミナトのタイムズトーク:セント・ヴィンセント (TimesTalks at Luminato: St. Vincent)

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