Yearly archive 2013
A call to readers, listeners, past and future contributors

A call to readers, listeners, past and future contributors

In December we took over STANCE’s editorial reins from Syniva Whitney. We owe Syniva a debt of gratitude for bringing us in during STANCE’s early stages and trusting us to be its caretakers going forward. As new editors we had many long conversations about the importance of STANCE’s mission and our role in furthering that mission. From these conversations we developed this list of STANCE goals for 2013: // Foster exchange...
Jeremy Wade talks deserts, an impossible score, and his cracking shell

Jeremy Wade talks deserts, an impossible score, and his cracking shell

He’s done the preacher. He’s done the shaman. Berlin-based dance artist Jeremy Wade will do ’em all over again when he performs his solo Fountain at Velocity on Feb 15th and 16th. He’ll also be teaching a workshop. The latest STANCEcast features highlights from Jeremy’s journey through the Western states and the impossible score he seeks to fulfill in Fountain. Download the podcast: STANCEcast: Jeremy Wade Or...
How do you create time?

How do you create time?

See more posts from the STANCE Focus ABOUT:TIME >>   Time is measurable in science. Sixty seconds make up a minute and twenty-four hours make up a day. But in human experience, time fluctuates, flips, jumps and takes on varying slopes according to our perception of events.   In order to store information effectively, the brain cuts time into segments. These segments are like many small boxes...
Notes on the Cine-choreographer: Rituals In Transfigured Time

Notes on the Cine-choreographer: Rituals In Transfigured Time

See more posts from the STANCE Focus ABOUT:TIME >> “People do not ‘have’ a body so much as people actively do a body.” – Phillip Vannini, The Performative Body: Dramaturgy, Affect, and the Sociology of the Body   At the recent Telluride Film Festival, guest curator Geoff Dyer—a writer of unclassifiable tracts on photography, cinema, fiction, travel, and yoga for people who can’t be bothered to do...