Co-presented by Dance Camera West
In conjunction with Trisha Brown: Floor of the Forest, this selection of films documents the work of the acclaimed choreographer. Burt Barr’s Aeros (1990) focuses on Brown’s 1989 work Astral Convertible, with set design and costumes by Robert Rauschenberg, while Homemade (1966), Man Walking Down the Side of a Building (1970), and Primary Accumulation (1972) highlight her earlier work. For the duration of Floor of the Forest, Brown’s It’s a Draw (2002) will be on view on the monitors at Ammo at the Hammer.
Trisha Brown: Floor of the Forest is part of Trisha Brown Dance Company: The Retrospective Project, presented by the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA. Visit CAP UCLA’s website for more information on the Retrospective Project, including a complete schedule of performances and related programming at Royce Hall, the J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Center, and UCLA’s Sunset Canyon Amphitheatre.
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Location: Billy Wilder Theater
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