Also, I've got this book on Performance Art, and it has a whole
section on the Triadic Ballets (1922), and Oscar Schlemmer... it's
amazing what they were doing, distorting the human body into machine
like figurines... I think the Bauhaus period is a fascinating one!
There was a Cunningham/Cage collaboration called Variations V in 1965,
that didn't use a musical score. The performance space had a grid of
'photo-electric cells', digitised images, that were controlled along
with lighting and sound, by the dancers movement. They certainly were
revolutionary! Does anyone no more about this performance?
Anyway... back to work!