Steven Holl and Jessica Lang's "Tesseracts of Time" Explores the Relationship Between Architecture a
ARTICLE by Patrick Lynch, ArchDaily, October 11, 2016
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“A year after premiering at the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial, last week Steven Holl and dance
choreographer Jessica Lang's "Tesseracts of Time" made its New York debut at the City Center mainstage. The 21-minute performance, designed as a part of Holl's 'Explorations of IN' project,
explores the relationship between performance and environment through four phases, which the designers liken to the passing of the four seasons.”

Tesseracts of Time
Commissioned by The Chicago Architecture Biennial, Lead Commissioner. John and Caroline Balantine, Sandra and Jack Guthman, and Michael and Sharon Tiknis through the Imagine campaign; Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Society for the Performing Arts: Commissioning Partners
Created for Jessica Lang Dance
Premiered in 2015
Music: David Lang, Morton Feldman, John Cage, Iannis Xenakis, Arvo Pärt
Set Design: Steven Holl
Costume Design: Bradon McDonald
Lighting Design: Nicole Pearce
9 dancers, 21 minutes
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