Assemblage (1968)

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Assemblage is an experimental film that shows Merce Cunningham’s dance company performing in a public square in the San Francisco bay. Through special effects, the bodies of the dancers appear superimposed against the architecture of the plaza. Colorized by artist Charles Atlas and with a soundtrack created by John Cage, David Tudor, and Gordon Mumma, Assemblage is a psychedelic collage of movement, time, and space.

Director: Richard Moore.

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2 Comments

  1. GREGORY
    August 7, 2021
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    Thank you Jon for finding this important document of Cunningham’s work I thought was all but lost.

  2. GREGORY
    August 7, 2021
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    The dancers many his best known and highly regarded exponents of his particular aesthetic: Sandra Neels, Valda Setterfield, Meg Harper, Susana Hayman-Chaffey, Jeff Slayton, Chase Robinson, Mel Wong, Carolyn Brown and, of course, Cunningham himself.

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