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Published online: 26 Nov 2015 at https://doi.org/10.1080/13528165.2015.1111060
Picture from Touch the Earth, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1987. Choreography Rosemary Butcher; Visual Artist Heinz Dieter Pietsch; Sound Michael Nyman; Dancers Jonathan Burrows, Maedee Dupres, Dennis Greenwood, Alexander Howard, Sue MacLennan, Caroline Pegg, Helen Rowsell, Wendy Thomas. Image Chris Ha.
“Running in Circles, with ‘Music’ in Mind”
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"Finding — and owning — a voice
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Rosemary Butcher: Choreography, Collisions and Collaborations
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