“Jones draws on a range of techniques, including African dance, American modern and postmodern dance, and ballet, but an important formative influence was contact improvisation, a form of partner-work that enables people of different heights, weights and strengths to interact.”
November 11, 2010
Bill T. Jones: The Step-by-Step Guide
The Guardian (UK) 11/09/10
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