Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Gestures - University of California, Berkeley
Recorded July 24, 1986
Camera by D.D.Downer
Gestures: A Dance of Gestures moving towards intimacy. This piece is based on Desmond Morris’ book, MAN WATCHING.
From the poster:
Friends of the Studio presents The Edge in Frank Moore’s Awake Dreams
Free series of live performances supported by a grant from The National Endowment for Arts
Rm. 125 Dwinelle, U.C. Berkeley
Thursday – June 26, July 10, July 24, August 7 1986
Awake Dreams are improvised mischievous avant-garde performances which at first appear childishly simple, but which devilishly suck the audience into a surreal and sensual underground where even serious can become silly without taboos to spoil their fun. Each piece is designed to goose your mind and morality … among other things.
Frank Moore is a well-known performance artist who always tries to create a dream reality in which anything is possible.
The Edge is an avant-garde company of actors and artists founded and directed by Frank. The Edge is focused on subversion, on magic, on altering reality … and is not afraid of combining individual arts together.
Of Frank Moore’s Performance Art
“Surely wonderful and mind-goosing experience.”
- L.A. Reader
“Raucous and startling”
- L.A. Times
“Important, sensual, spiritual”
- Rachel Rosenthal
“Frank Moore succeeds in pulling us into his world … he turns in one helluva performance.”
- Chiori Santiago, East Bay Express
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