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1 All Fall Down, November 8-9, 1991 rsga-eph-00354 November 8-9, 1991 Flyer for performances by Monson and Meier at Randolph Street Gallery, November 8 & 9, 1991. The evenings were part of the performance...
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Flyer for performances by Monson and Meier at Randolph Street Gallery, November 8 & 9, 1991. The evenings were part of the performance series "All Fall Down."
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2 All Fall Down, November 8-9, 1991 rsga_pst_00223 November 8-9, 1991
3 All Fall Down, November 8-9, 1991 rsga-eph-00353 November 8-9, 1991 Program for performances by Monson and Meier at Randolph Street Gallery, November 8 & 9, 1991. The evenings were part of the performance...
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Program for performances by Monson and Meier at Randolph Street Gallery, November 8 & 9, 1991. The evenings were part of the performance series "All Fall Down."
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4 Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier rsga-ph-02585 [date unknown] Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael...
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Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael Linden.<br> "Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing 'scores' that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous." --[Source: Event calendar -- November/December 1991]
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5 Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier rsga-ph-02586 [date unknown] Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael...
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Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael Linden.<br> "Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing 'scores' that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous." --[Source: Event calendar -- November/December 1991]
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6 Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier rsga-ph-00419 November 8-9, 1991 Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael...
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Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael Linden.<br> "Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing 'scores' that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous." --[Source: Event calendar -- November/December 1991]
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7 Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier rsga-ph-00421 November 8-9, 1991 Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael...
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Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael Linden.<br> "Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing 'scores' that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous." --[Source: Event calendar -- November/December 1991]
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8 Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier rsga-ph-00418 November 8-9, 1991 Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael...
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Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael Linden.<br> "Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing 'scores' that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous." --[Source: Event calendar -- November/December 1991]
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9 Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier rsga-ph-00420 November 8-9, 1991 Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael...
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Photograph of Yvonne Meier and Jennifer Monson relating to their performance "All Fall Down," November 8-9, 1991. Photo credit: Michael Linden.<br> "Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing 'scores' that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous." --[Source: Event calendar -- November/December 1991]
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10 All fall down RSGA 174 November 8, 1991 Documentation of the untitled November 8, 1991 performance by Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier, as part of the "All Fall Down" series.
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Documentation of the untitled November 8, 1991 performance by Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier, as part of the "All Fall Down" series.
Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing "scores" that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous. Includes "El Dorado," a feminist duet "mined from a realm somewhere between the Marx Brothers and spaghetti western" plus the US premiere of a work in progress.
This performance was a part of "All Fall Down: Movement-based Performance Series," held November 8-9, 1991. –[Source: Event Calendar -- November/December 1991]
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11 "All Fall Down" Part 2 RSGA 290 November 8, 1991 Documentation of the untitled November 8, 1991 performance by Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier, as part of the "All Fall Down" series. ...
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Documentation of the untitled November 8, 1991 performance by Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier, as part of the "All Fall Down" series. <br>Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing "scores" that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous. Includes "El Dorado" a feminist duet "mined from a realm somewhere between the Marx Brothers and spaghetti western" plus the US premiere of a work in progress. <br>This performance was a part of "All Fall Down: Movement-based Performance Series" held November 8-9, 1991. –[Source: Event Calendar -- November/December 1991]
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12 "All Fall Down" Part 1 RSGA 289 November 8, 1991 Documentation of the untitled November 8, 1991 performance by Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier, as part of the "All Fall Down" series. ...
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Documentation of the untitled November 8, 1991 performance by Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier, as part of the "All Fall Down" series. <br>Jennifer Monson and Yvonne Meier are committed to breaking down conventional ideas of women dancing. Together, the New York-based duo experiments in a field of developing "scores" that go beyond the limitations of choreography, allowing for spontaneous relationships to occur. Their complex and original style of improvising is shockingly rough, intensely intimate, often absurd and humorous. Includes "El Dorado" a feminist duet "mined from a realm somewhere between the Marx Brothers and spaghetti western" plus the US premiere of a work in progress. <br>This performance was a part of "All Fall Down: Movement-based Performance Series" held November 8-9, 1991. –[Source: Event Calendar -- November/December 1991]
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