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The last time I slammed into a wall, it hurt. I’m not too fond of falling off three-story buildings, either. The laws of physics can be so unforgiving. But two weeks ago I went to choreographer Elizabeth Streb ‘s latest work, "Run Up Walls," in which dancers slammed into panes of glass without uttering a single expletive and dove from a truss 30 feet high as though they were flopping onto a bed. Rather than bemoan the laws of physics, Streb celebrates them. Knowing how the human body responds to impact, her dancers have figured out how to do things that seem superhuman.
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Hi all! Come support Hip Hop, as an academic study, in the Claire Trevor School of the Arts! Here’s the schedule of events: UC Irvine Claire Trevor School of the Arts Presents: October 26th -27th 2011 Visiting scholars Raphael “Viazeen” Xavier and Professor Halifu Osumare.