A long time ago, in a world that seems far, far away, Hilary Easton formed her company. It was 1992 in New York to be exact, and she’s still making dances, surviving the ups and downs of working in a city known for its difficulty in sustaining an artistic career.
Rather than folding in on herself, becoming protective of her work until unveiled, she has thrown her arms wide open. During a two-and-a-half-week residency at Gibney, she invited audience-collaborators into the process. Easton calls the experience . . .
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Michael Ingle and Alexandra Albrecht in Hilary Easton's Nothing is finished, nothing is perfect. at Gibney. Photo by Julia Discenza