Tag Archive: Israel Galvan

Unexpected Galván: guest review

An experiential account of the Israel Galván photocall performance of La Fiesta at Sadler’s Wells. Guest post by Kate V Coleman

Ostracism as a #dance #image on #wordymonday (or whatever happened to Swedish Democracy)

I chose ‘ostracism’ to represent through dance photographs today because of its close relationship to the word ‘segregation’. Segregation seems to me to be an appropriate starting point as today is Martin Luther… Continue reading

Torobaka

To say that the translator simplified Israel Galván’s words would itself be an oversimplification, so sadly those who had no understanding of Spanish would have struggled to get the nuances – or even… Continue reading