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‘Dance Ink’ (Vol. 8, No. 1)

Editorial Design

Editorial design for Volume 8, Number 1 of ‘Dance Ink.’

The magazine is conceived as an alternative performance space for dance. Zoom Enlarge 1

The magazine is conceived as an alternative performance space for dance.

The issue opens with a quote by Merce Cunningham. Zoom Enlarge 2

The issue opens with a quote by Merce Cunningham.

1 The magazine is conceived as an alternative performance space for dance. 2 The issue opens with a quote by Merce Cunningham. 3 Silas Riener performs in Tompkins Square Park in one of three pieces in the issue.

Silas Riener performs in Tompkins Square Park in one of three pieces in the issue. Zoom Enlarge 3

Silas Riener performs in Tompkins Square Park in one of three pieces in the issue.

Christian Witkin photographed the entire issue. Zoom Enlarge 4

Christian Witkin photographed the entire issue.

Opening spread of “Everywhere We Go,” featuring the choreography of Justin Peck. Zoom Enlarge 5

Opening spread of “Everywhere We Go,” featuring the choreography of Justin Peck.

Amar Ramasar, principal dancer with the New York City Ballet. Zoom Enlarge 6

Amar Ramasar, principal dancer with the New York City Ballet.

4 Christian Witkin photographed the entire issue. 5 Opening spread of “Everywhere We Go,” featuring the choreography of Justin Peck. 6 Amar Ramasar, principal dancer with the New York City Ballet.

Adrian Danchig-Waring. Zoom Enlarge 1

Adrian Danchig-Waring.

Adrian Danchig-Waring and Amar Ramasar. Zoom Enlarge 2

Adrian Danchig-Waring and Amar Ramasar.

1 Adrian Danchig-Waring. 2 Adrian Danchig-Waring and Amar Ramasar. 3 Riener joins Ramasar and Danchig-Waring in the sequence.

Riener joins Ramasar and Danchig-Waring in the sequence. Zoom Enlarge 3

Riener joins Ramasar and Danchig-Waring in the sequence.

Silas Riener dances “Changeling,” a signature work by Merce Cunningham. Zoom Enlarge 4

Silas Riener dances “Changeling,” a signature work by Merce Cunningham.

The poses echo iconic photographs of the original performance. Zoom Enlarge 5

The poses echo iconic photographs of the original performance.

4 Silas Riener dances “Changeling,” a signature work by Merce Cunningham. 5 The poses echo iconic photographs of the original performance.

The issue extends to posters and custom mural installations, announced in the back pages. Zoom Enlarge

The issue extends to posters and custom mural installations, announced in the back pages.

Custom mural installation featuring the images from “Changeling.” Zoom Enlarge

Custom mural installation featuring the images from “Changeling.”