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Choreography in the Age of Post-Privacy: Sex, Intimacy, and Disclosure in Pina Bausch and Michael Parmenter Dance Chronicle (IF), Pub Date : 2020-01-02, DOI: 10.1080/01472526.2020.1711666 Alexandra Kolb
Abstract This article situates choreography within topical debates on post-privacy, critically interrogating a trend toward the exposure of intimate life and sexuality in performance. A scene from Pina Bausch’s Window Washer (1997), shedding light on domestic violence and the sexualized female body, is related to the feminist assertion that “the personal is political.” Michael Parmenter’s A Long Undressing (1995), a piece about the artist’s identity as a gay man, catalyzes discussions of the closet, individual authenticity, and queer identity politics. I assess the two works’ contributions to discourses on the private-public distinction, drawing on a range of contrasting perspectives from philosophical, sociological, and political fields.