Collisions (Louis Falco)
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This was originally shot for and included in the experimental drama "Collisions," which was never broadcast. It was broadcast as a segment of the "Frames of Reference" dance showcase "A Place to Dance."
Black-and-white negatives, contact sheets, and photographic prints from the production set exist. A set of color slides also documents the production. See related records for descriptions of videos containing this work.
Louis Falco's company and young Harvard Summer School dancers perform a work in an abandoned Watertown arsenal. The piece presents images of class struggle, with Falco's dancers portraying a privileged elite and the Harvard students representing the workers.
Falco's dancers are in tuxedos and the young students wear gray and white sweat clothes.
Louis Falco Dance Company
Harvard Summer School dance students
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