Slithering Over the Edge of the Envelope to See What Happensmore...
by CLAUDIA LA ROCCO for the New York Times
published: February 20, 2007
Here Ms. Sher occupies a slightly awkward place. Since she trained primarily as an actress, her movement isn’t on the level of the other dancers’. Mr. Harari and Ms. Cremer, on the other hand, aggravate this erotic, violent aesthetic with particular force; both supple and painfully thin, their bodies are full of desire, hunger. They lack buffers.
But they also lack context and specificity — the kind that exist within the art itself.