Weg: A-Way review

By Francesca Horsley In Dance

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3rd October, 2011
The way Alexa Wilson sees it, the outer edges of her art form are there to be stepped over, pushed against or subverted – always with wit, honesty and intelligence. The Auckland dance choreographer and performance artist creates innovative and provocative dance theatre, layered multi­media works that twist and stretch the seams of contemporary dance, often using her body as a polemic instrument. Although admired by peers and reviewers, her intensely personal yet magnetic shows have eluded mainstream recognition, but ...

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