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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.



  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.


  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:

    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:

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    Warmest Regards,
    Microcinema International

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