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Catalogue for the Danspace Project series “Platform 2016: Lost & Found” curated by Ishmael Houston-Jones and Will Rawls, October-November 2016. Edited by Houston-Jones, Rawls and Jaime Shearn Coan.
Catalogue for the Danspace Project series “Platform 2016: A Body in Places” curated by Judy Hussie-Taylor and Lydia Bell in collaboration with Eiko Otake, February-March 2016. Edited by Judy Hussie-Taylor and Lydia Bell.
Catalogue for the Danspace Project Platform curated by Judy Hussie-Taylor. Edited by Judy Hussie-Taylor and Jenn Joy. Contributors include: Paisid Aramphongphan, Lydia Bell, Douglas Crimp, DD Dorvillier, Robert Dunn, Simone Forti, Huffa Frobes-Cross, Malik Gaines, David Gordon, Miguel Gutierrez, Anna Halprin, Deborah Hay, Sharon Hayes, Trajal Harrell, Patricia Hoffbauer, Judy Hussie-Taylor, Emmanuelle Huynh, Jill Johnston, Jenn Joy, Liz Kotz, Ralph Lemon, Clarinda Mac Low, Juliette Mapp, Meredith Monk, Kelly Nipper, Zeena Parkins, Steve Paxton, Rudy Perez, Wendy Perron, Yvonne Rainer, Melinda Ring, Steve Roden, Carolee Schneemann, Noémie Solomon, Stacy Spence, Elaine Summers and Lana Wilson. For institutional pricing, please contact Lydia Bell at
Catalogue for the Danspace Project series “Platform 2015: Dancers, Buildings and People in the Streets” curated by Claudia La Rocco, February-March 2015. Edited by Claudia La Rocco and Judy Hussie-Taylor.
Catalogue for the Danspace Project series “Platform 2014: Diary of an Image by DD Dorvillier” curated by Jenn Joy, May-June 2014. Edited by Jenn Joy, DD Dorvillier, and Judy Hussie-Taylor.

Please note this catalogue comes in three colors: turquoise, pink, and yellow. You will have the option to choose which color you would like at check out.
Catalogue for the Danspace Project series “Platform 2011: Susan Rethorst: Retro(intro)spective” curated by Melinda Ring, May-June 2011. Edited by Judy Hussie-Taylor and Melinda Ring.
Catalogue for the Danspace Project series “Platform 2011: Body Madness” curated by Judy Hussie-Taylor and David Parker, February-April 2011. Edited by Jodi Bender and Ursula Eagly.
Catalogue for the Danspace Project series “Platform 2010: i get lost” curated by Ralph Lemon, January-April 2010. Edited by Katherine Profeta.
Danspace Project's 25th Anniversary Book was published in 1999 to accompany the Silver Series, eight weeks of commemorative performances held between December 1998-December 1999. Edited by Laurie Uprichard, Douglas Dunn and Carol Mullins.

All catalogue prices include Media Mail shipping and handling costs. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. For institutional pricing, please contact Seta Morton at
Aki Sasamoto: Phase Transition is published by Danspace Project on the occasion of Sasamoto's performance installation, Phase Transition, presented by Danspace Project, January 9-18, 2020.

This publication features writing by Sasamoto, curator Lydia Bell, scholar Rachel Valinksy, and an intimate conversation between Sasamoto and choreographer Ishmael Houston-Jones. Valinksy’s essay, “To the Limit,” explores how Sasamoto uses “the motif of the limit across forms and containers,” tracing the origins of Phase Transition to previous works exploring scientific notions of change states, hypothesis, and flexibility. The conversation with Houston-Jones delves into Sasamoto’s early influence in dance improvisation, especially as a dancer in the work of Yvonne Meier. The publication also features a series of photographs of Phase Transition in development by artist Ben Hagari.
Published by Danspace Project on the occasion of collective terrain/s (April 25-May 4, 2019), organized by choreographers Jasmine Hearn & Tatyana Tenenbaum and Danspace Project Associate Curator Lydia Bell

collective terrain/s is a collective research process into sounding in the body. How does the body open up possibilities for voice and resistance? What resonances in the voice and body exist beyond language?

the collective terrain/s publication is designed by collective please/denise shu mei, with contributions from Lydia Bell, Marisa Clementi, Yingjia Lemon Guo, Jasmine Hearn, Tendayi Kuumba, Pareena Lim, Rebeca Medina, Denise Shu Mei, Amber Jamilla Musser, Greg Purnell, lily bo shapiro, Samita Sinha, Jules Skloot, Tatyana Tenenbaum, Nicole Wallace, Cyrah Ward, and Rochelle Jamila Wilbun.
Danspace Project created this limited edition T shirt design on the occasion of Tea for Three in October 2017, a presentation of legendary artists Simone Forti, Steve Paxton and Yvonne Rainer's first-ever collaboration! The design features artwork by Simone Forti.

Available in SM, M, and L. Specify your size at checkout.