FREQUENCY FESTIVAL 2017: Mocrep @ MCA
photos by Deidre Huckabay
I don’t have a lot of things to say about the show itself. However, I was puzzled with the Q&A session afterwards. How can one hope to ask a genuine question when it is clear that the participants of the session do not treat the occasion seriously? Perhaps this should have been a separate performance, without trying to engage the audience, who were also unwilling to be a part of it. Like most of the music, irony seems to be the only modality allowed in this aesthetic/intellectual experience.
– Hiero Posch
It’s how it goes: you move to the ‘burbs and join a gym. ___ ______ ___ _________ ___ _________ __ ___ _____.
Governments need victories and the people need defeats. It’s funny ‘til it’s not funny. But after a defeat it is freedom that [PEOPLE] desire- and usually attain. There are noises coming from here like right now, people walking. A people needs defeat just as an individual needs suffering and misfortune: they compel the deepening of the inner life and generate a spiritual upsurge. It’s a nice connection with that too.
The art itself is probably great. ____ __ ___ _____ _____ ___ __ ____ __ ___ ________. Collectively 3 pieces, maybe 4 speak more to nonchalant post-modernist waste. Great dancers are [PEOPLE] and great choreographers are [PEOPLE].
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[NB regarding format: all underscores are intended to be words of the same length that are blacked out (like a redacting highlighter)]
– Riley Leitch