Didier Morelli is a performance and art historian, critic, and curator with a PhD in Performance Studies from Northwestern University, Chicago. Associate Editor at Espace art actuel, his writing has been published in Art Journal, Canadian Theatre Review, C Magazine, Border Crossings, Esse Arts + Opinions, Performa Magazine, Spirale, and TDR: The Drama Review, among other publications.
Pour; When the ice melts, will we drink water?; and UnrelatedBy Didier Morelli
Daina Ashbees retrospective at Usine C in Montreal, Quebec, included three of her most notable pieces. The choreographers bold and visceral practice confronts deep-seated settler colonialism, the traces of trauma within the body, and power of slow movement.