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Eiko & Koma: 36 Works

Posted by on Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 1:13 PM

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If you couldn't make the screening of Eiko & Koma: 36 Works this week at ADF, the film is also viewable on the web, here.

Created as part of their Retrospective Project (2009-2012), and edited by Eiko Otake Yamada with assistance from designer Tara Kelton and videographer Shoko Letton, the 37-minute film "shows the trajectory of Eiko & Koma's career through short excerpts" from works created since the duo moved to the United States in 1976.

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