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By Scott Roberto / November 2, 12:00 AM
Movement at the Museum
Photo: William Forsythe, Alignigung (Video still, detail), 2017/Courtesy the artist and Gagosian, New York

 

William Forsythe has been a renowned name in the world of ballet for more than four decades. Visitors to the Institute of Contemporary Art, however, get to see a different side of the choreographer at the new exhibit William Forsythe: Choreographic Objects, which explores his work in the world of visual art. Since the 1990s, the New York-bred Vermont resident—who is currently in the midst of a five-year collaboration with Boston Ballet—has been creating installations, video projections and kinetic sculptures that deal with performance, encouraging viewers to interact with art in ways that create a truly (dare I say it?) moving museum experience.

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