Edouard Lock is a choreographer/performer, who studied film at Concordia University. He founded Lock-Danseurs in 1980, which then evolved into La La La Human Steps. "Oranges" (1981) won him a Jean A. Chalmers Award for choreography, and "Human Sex" (1985) won a Bessie Award for choreog
Nick Cave is a Professor and Chair of the Fashion Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he teaches in the Fiber Arts Program. He has led numerous workshops on topics such as Extending the Body: Experiments in Clothing and has designed, manufactured, and marketed his own line
Larry Keigwin founded Keigwin + Company in 2003. His dancing career started when he was a back-up dancer for Downtown Julie Brown on Club MTV. He has a BA in dance from Hofstra University.
He has been commissioned by The New York City Ballet's Choreographic Institute, The Martha Graham Dance
Courageous dancing is no anomaly in Japan, but the particular kind of bravada that H*Art*Chaos brings to the Western dance world is definitely a new import. Sakiko Oshima formed her all-woman dance company in 1989 with the intention to overturn traditional concepts of female bodies and their modes of