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August 26, 1990 | Michael Kurcfeld, Kurcfeld is a Los Angeles-based arts writer who has recently focused on Japanese contemporary culture. and
Like a Nike ad, Saburo Teshigawara has a thing about air. Air as the medium of dance. Air as a metaphor for the physical rendered into spirit. Air as the realm of reverie. Air as a gas that mutates as freely as Teshigawara on an open stage. In a poem, he coins the phrase "architecturing atmospheres," which could be an eloquent stab at his own job description.
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August 26, 1990 | Michael Kurcfeld, Kurcfeld is a Los Angeles-based arts writer who has recently focused on Japanese contemporary culture. and
Like a Nike ad, Saburo Teshigawara has a thing about air. Air as the medium of dance. Air as a metaphor for the physical rendered into spirit. Air as the realm of reverie. Air as a gas that mutates as freely as Teshigawara on an open stage. In a poem, he coins the phrase "architecturing atmospheres," which could be an eloquent stab at his own job description.
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September 15, 1990 | CATHY CURTIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fey, virtuosic, arduous,dreamily high-flown, coldly task-oriented, deliberately derivative and too self-consciously arty for its own good, "Blue Meteorite" supposedly represents the flip side of the astringent Japanese dance style known as butoh .
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September 17, 1989 | DANIEL CARIAGA
The initial step toward organization of a major umbrella group and clearinghouse for the promotion of new music has been taken with the formation of a not-for-profit corporation, initially called New Music Los Angeles (NMLA). Formed at a recent meeting with 17 representatives of 11 performance organizations--including CalArts, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Independent Composers Assn. (ICA), Pacific Composers Forum and the California E.A.R.
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