Press for Super Nature

BodyCartography’s Wild Kingdom

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Twin Cities dance troupe explores human behavior and the psyche in a bold, smart world premiere.

Author: Caroline Palmer  

Source: Star Tribune 

Date: October 26, 2012

You might worry about a show that first requires you to avoid running over a performer darting about the cavernous Walker Art Center parking ramp. It’s like he broke loose from his pack. But that’s the sort of unexpected wildness that defines “Super Nature,” a sneaky-smart world premiere conceived and directed by Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad of Minneapolis-based BodyCartography Project, with music by Zeena Parkins.

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Supernatural Star Turns

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Source: the Green Room blog, Walker Arts Center

Author: Pemelope Freeh

Date: October 26th, 2012

To spark discussion, the Walker invites local artists and critics to write overnight reviews of ourperformances. The ongoing Re:View series shares a diverse array of independent voices andopinions; it doesn’t reflect the views or opinions of the Walker or its curators. Today, PenelopeFreeh shares her perspective on Thursday night’s performance of Super Nature by theBodyCartography Project with Zeena Parkins. 

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BodyCartography brings empathy and melodrama to the Walker

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Source: City Pages

Author: Sheila Regan

Date: October 23, 2012

Last spring, BodyCartography Project set up an unusual installation at the Walker Art Center. Participants signed up for individual oneonone sessions with BC dancers in small, empty gallery rooms surrounded by curtains. What happened during those time slots varied wildly depending on the interactions between the audience member and the dancer. The installation was part of an investigation of empathy that feeds into this weekend’s performance of “Super Nature.”

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Super Nature Installation at the Walker

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author: Tony Wagner

source: MN Daily

date: June 2 2012


When I talked to Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad about their performance installation at the Walker Art Center, they told me the basics but kept the details a secret. The duo that makes up the BodyCartography project would only divulge that the installation was an experiment for their upcoming “Super Nature” show, and that the performance would involve a ten-minute, one-on-one interaction between a performer and an audience member in an empty gallery.

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