Steffen, Patrick
January 2012
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2012, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p25
An interview with dancer and choreographer Simone Forti is presented. When asked about how important is enjoying a movement during a performance, Forti says that it is important for her because she feels like the audience can experience the performance with their physical imagination. She shares the structure of her performances including "Sleep Walkers," and "Striding Crawling." She also recalls her start in the industry.


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