Re: undemanding, unambitious, uninformed and uninspired

Doug Rosenberg (
Mon, 30 Aug 1999 12:21:56 -0500

Good point. I am suggesting though that it is the hyrids forms that
collectively constitute a genre.

>>> Nick Rothwell <> - 8/30/99 7:10 AM >>>
> The real question at play in this thread is one of transcendence.
> Does the work in question transcend its construction ie, are the
> individual tools used in service of a larger vision?

Absolutely - that's a very good way of putting it.

> The piece is a good example of the use of technology to
> recorporealize the dancing body into what Marlyn refered to as
> "post-dance" (I like the term) or a hybrid form of dance and
> technology which transcends both genres ...

...but here, you seem to suggest that technology is a genre in its


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