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Jon Ciliberto

Review: gloatl brings thoughtful provoking movement to Arsham’s object-centered world

The High Museum of Atlanta commissioned local choreographer Lauri Stallings of gloatl to create movement pieces (“activations” -- not dance) for installations to accompany New York artist Daniel Arsham’s Hourglass (through May 21). The choreography composed for two of the three room-filling works is a seamless interaction, rather than an overlay of dance atop space. Or, more accurately, the two dancers and the artwork exist in the same world....

Review: The Appearance of Modern Tibetans, Gonkar Gyatso’s “Family Album”

This is what modern Tibetans look like,” Gonkar Gyatso says about Family Album, his exhibition of photographs at the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University. This is a series formal portraits (posed figures with white backgrounds, made in collaboration with photographer Zhadui) of the artist’s family in various modes of dress, both standard prints and a roomful of life-and-near-life-sized cutout figures, all intended to portray the different ways Tibetans live....