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Deborah Hay «Solo»
Deborah Hay, «Solo», 1966
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Works by Deborah Hay:


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 Deborah Hay

b 1941 in Brooklyn. Hay was one the founding members of the Judson Dance Theatre in New York, and is acknowledged by critics and historians as one of the most relevant and influential representatives of post-modern dance. She has collaborated, with visual artists Robert Rauschenberg, Alex Hay, Tina Girouard, Carolee Schneemann and with composers Pauline Oliveros, Ellen Fullman, and Terry Riley, and choreographers Trisha Brown, Yvonne Rainer, Simone Forti, and Steve Paxton among others. She has also worked closely with Australian playwright and actor Margaret Cameron. Her writings include three books, the most recent, My Body, the Buddhist will be published by Wesleyan University Press and available in the Fall 2000. Lives in Austin, TX and tours extensively.