The 7th annual Fall for Dance North gives us the largest line-up in the festival’s history. One of many diverse programs, +(dix) by Côté Danse, streamed from Harbourfront Centre, is choreographer Guillaume Côté’s hypnotic take on the myth of Odysseus returning home.
With dance especially, I am often befuddled by expressions of artistic intent. I find myself torn between engaging with the work on a purely experiential level and contextualizing it based on some thematic statement. That struggle to intellectualize can stifle the urgency of, say, a more abstract appreciation. Continue Reading