Kate Tarlow Morgan, New York City-born choreographer, somatic educator and writer, is editor-in-chief of Currents Journal (an international dance/somatics publication) and editorial consultant for Lost & Found Poetics Document Initiative at the Center for Humanities, CUNY. She also serves on Lost & Found’s Advisory Board. Morgan’s book, Circles & Boundaries (Factory School, 2011) presents an eclectic cultural history of 18th and 19th century New York City, street festival, hip-hop, and the balletic roots of striptease. Her most recent performance works include Bluesuit, inspired by a meeting with Robert Duncan; Invisible Stories, based on the idea that books are an endangered species; and An Evening with Monsieur Teste, based on the modernist text of Paul Valery.
Thu, Apr 3, 2014, 04:00 PM – 04:00 PM