Jessica Williams: What is Dance?

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What is Dance, you ask? Dance is ephemeral. You have to be there.
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During precious free time, Jessica Williams has had the pleasure of presenting choreography in various venues throughout NYC including Dance New Amsterdam, Triskelion Arts and the DUMBO Dance Festival. Jessica derives her artistic influences from contemporary ballet and Merce Cunningham’s chance elements. Randomly assigned isolations of the body initiate a chain-reaction of fluid momentum. By coinciding chance with pre-determined repetition, her work illustrates the dialectics of free will versus destiny.


[editor’s note: The last sentence might not have been part of the intended answer. Regardless – there was no photo attached, and the answer is especially clever with the last sentence.]

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