Disappearances… And A Portfolio
From Tether 3, page 77
From the late ’70s into the ’90s Dunn had an ongoing dance company with continuous work in the US and Europe. Then money and invitations waned. The first version of Disappearances, 1994, was a witty cri de coeur, dancers as fretful lambs inserting themselves into the maw of our mercantile machine. This 2016 version is taking place in the same two bank plazas and is structurally the same piece, but this time Dunn teased out a wider range of conceptual insinuations.