TitleThe Psychokinetic Visual Process with Anna HalprinAdditional title: Dance for Your Life: For People Challanging AIDSAdditional title: Steps Theater Company, For People Challenging AIDS
NamesKarp, David (producer.)Karp, David (director.)Halprin, Anna (artistic director.)Halprin, Anna (speaker.)Tamalpa Institute
General Dance Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Captured: 1988----
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDVD 5-7345
TopicsAIDS (Disease)HIV-positive personsMind and bodyDance therapyAIDS (Disease) and the artsDance workshops and workshop performances
GenresDance.Video.Interviews.Filmed performances.Filmed dance.Filmed interviews.
NotesStatement of responsibility: artistic director, Anna Halprin ; producer and director, David Karp.Additional title from original VHS label/container.In memory of Jeff Brown.Creation/production credits: Sponsor, Tamalpa Institute Dancers' Workshop.Creation/production credits: Assistants to Anna Halprin, Cynthia Imperatore and Jamie McHugh ; camera operators, Daniel Schwin, Steve Dung, David Amamoto, Henry Joseph ; writer, Steve Gilford ; editors, David Karp, Anna Halprin, Cynthia Imperatore, M.G. Demarest.Performers: Performed by Steps Theater Company, For People Challenging AIDS: David Bernard, Michel Bosc, Matthew Bronson, Jeff Brown, Bob Collins, Michael Flynn, Clarity Jai, Daniel Lessa-Zielinski, Nick Marott, Dan Turner.Performers: Speakers, Anna Halprin and Maggie Creighton (Clinical Director, STEPS, Creighton Health Institute).Venue: Videotaped during workshop at a studio possibly in San Francisco, Calif. in 1988.Acquisition: Gift; Anna Halprin; 2012. NN-PD
Physical Description1 streaming video file (15 min.)Sound, color.
DescriptionWorkshop of HIV-positive participants discussing the drawings they created about their feelings regarding AIDS and then improvising a dance about it.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b19884208~S1Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 1ceffe60-e362-0130-d0b6-3c075448cc4b
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