Episode now available: Attunements - a Dancehouse Melbourne Podcast Series featuring Deborah Hay (2019)

This interview with Deborah Hay was made in January 2019, following a 2-week workshop presented by Dancehouse, in Melbourne, Australia. 

Credits: Attunements - a Dancehouse Melbourne Podcast Series . In conversation with Angela Conquet and Philipa Rothfield, January 2019. 

Deborah Hay portrait 2019, a new film by Peter Humble and David Young

Alignment is everywhere is a 20 minutes film portrait of Hay by Peter Humble and David Young. It was shot in January/February 2019 in Melbourne, Australia, on a 16mm hand-cranked camera using expired and hand-processed film stock. The film premiered in 2019 at Berlin’s Tanz Im August and has been shown in various performance venues since. Future screenings are planned in Helsinki, Barcelona and other cities in the context of dance festivals presenting Hay’s work. The film is not yet released for sale or online. Enquiries about screening opportunities or more information contact David Young: contactme@davidyoung.de



Photo credit: Emily Little, 1/2019
Peter Humble filming Hay during an Alexander session with David Young

The 2019 catalog for "RE-Perspective Deborah Hay"



Following the "RE-Perspective Deborah Hay" events held during the Tanz im August (Dance in August) in Berlin 2019, a beautiful edition catalog/book is now available for purchase.
About the catalog/book: 
"The choreographer and renowned dance historian Susan Leigh Foster selected previously unpublished materials from the Deborah Hay Archive, such as dance instructions, drawings, photographs, and correspondence; complemented by Hay’s own commentary as well as scientific classifications, this book is a multifaceted overview of her dance oeuvre from the 1960s to the present day."
Book title: RE-Perspective Deborah Hay, Works from 1968 to the Present 
Ed. HAU Hebbel am Ufer, University of the Arts Stockholm / University of the Arts Helsinki, text(s) by Susan Leigh Foster, Deborah Hay, Kirsi Monni, Laurenrt Pichaud / Myrto Katsiki, Virve Sutinen, graphic design by Torsten Köchlin und Joana Katte 
English, 2019, 184 pp., 70 ills., softcover, Swiss brochure with open spine
20,00 x 26,00 cm
ISBN 978-3-7757-4630-4
To purchase the book, please visit:
https://www.hatjecantz.de/re-perspective-deborah-hay-7622-1.html