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    Charles Atlas | Instantaneous! and Everywhere?

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    October 7, 2013

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    Charles Atlas | Instantaneous! and Everywhere?

    Charles Atlas has been producing film and video works since the mid-1970s. He constantly experiments with new technologies and works that range from the highly flamboyant to the very minimal, including pioneering media/dance works, multi-channel video installations, feature-length documentaries, video art works for television, and live electronic performances. Throughout his career Atlas has collaborated with international performers and...

    Charles Atlas has been producing film and video works since the mid-1970s. He constantly experiments with new technologies and works that range from the highly flamboyant to the very minimal, including pioneering media/dance works, multi-channel video installations, feature-length documentaries, video art works for television, and live electronic performances. Throughout his career Atlas has collaborated with international performers and choreographers including Merce Cunningham, Douglas Dunn, Michael Clark, Leigh Bowery, Marina Abramovi?, Yvonne Rainer, and Antony Hegarty. He has been described as “one of the premier interpreters of dance, theatre, and performance on video.”


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