- Sara Kathryn Arledge |
- 1941 |
- 7 minutes |
- COLOR |
Rental Format(s): 16mm
"Disembodied parts of dancers are seen moving freely in black space ... [they] form a moving and rhythmic three dimensional design of semi-abstract shapes." - Lewis Jacobs, "Avant-Garde Production in America," Experiment in the Film, Grey Walls Press, London, 1949
"Our dance audience seemed particularly pleased with the opportunity to enjoy such a rare film." - Margaret Cooper, Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada, November 1977
Purpose: to demonstrate a (then) new dance medium totally different from the stage. Audience: general public, dancers, artists.