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12 dancers placed on roofs covering a 10-block area. Compromised improvised gestures, more or less stationary, which were initiated at 53 Wooster, copied by the next in line, and so on.

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  1. i’m christian pignoly, artistic director of la ruee vers l’art festival from grenoble france. do you kow if there is a movie about Trisha Brown’s Roof piece ?

    regards, Christian.

    • Hi Christian,

      I’m afraid I don’t know. Perhaps contact MOMA in New York who have a large archive on work from this period.

      Sorry I can’t be more help.

      Andy

  2. Hello,

    I work for Microcinema International. We curate, exhibit and distribute the moving image arts. Trisha Brown is an artist from one of our labels.
    Since you support Trisha Brown’s Dance Company, I know you will enjoy her upcoming screening of “Shot Backstage” on June 29th, 2009

    Event Link:
    http://www.facebook.com/note.php?created&&suggest&note_id=101363482116&id=27977309710#/event.php?eid=101152395869

    I hope you are able to make it!

    You may also be interested in a DVD of her choreographed performances,
    “TRISHA BROWN: Early Works 1966-1979.” It is EXCLUSIVELY DISTRIBUTED by Microcinema DVD. To order this DVD and/or other Microcinema titles, go to: http://www.microcinemadvd.com.

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    Warmest Regards,
    Microcinema International


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