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Re:Rosas, the trailer: A global dance community is formed

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In June 2013, Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker invited children and adults from all over the world to perform a section of her dance work from Rosas Danst Rosas.

The above video, Re:Rosas, the trailer, is the remixed result of that invitation: over 10 hours of footage came in the form of 250 films from over 1,500 people, “in the office, the metro, the city or in the forest, the mountains and even in the water.” If you’re interested in trying the dance moves yourself here’s the how to. Or be the choreographer and put together your own community dance film.

In the archives: videos about community, including More (The Hunter Pixilation Project).

Thanks, @sdp.

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