I must have been twelve or thirteen years when I first learned to see, to say yes to the secrets of the silent movement that I found all around me. Without wanting to unravel those secrets I gradually realized that their meaningfulness was hidden in my own dream of their meaning. I became prepared to see the dance of life, to embrace its minutes and its broadest gestures with love in my eyes. This was my first step into the world of dance, into a world of bewildering awareness.
- Walter Sorell
Excerpt from Dance Scope, Summer 1973, Volume 7, Number 2
Image credit: Antipodes, Photo collage by Avery McCarthy, 2016
Dancers L to R: Jules Bakshi, Emily Bock