Renowned choreographer Douglas Dunn’s collaborations with David Ireland captured a generosity of spirit in art-making and mutual respect and trust for one another’s work. Ireland and Dunn worked together on several evening length pieces starting in 1986, several of which were presented internationally. In her 2004 book Touching Time and Space: A Portrait Of David Ireland, Betty Klausner writes of the Ireland/Dunn collaboration: “Two artists from different disciplines, though sharing common ideas and attitudes, seem to have the best chance for a sympathetic collaboration…they totally trusted and encouraged each other.”
Presented in conjunction with David Ireland, on view in the Walter and McBean Galleries through March 26.
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Image: Douglas Dunn, Stucco Moon, 1994, Photo by Johan Elbers.
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