By Jillian Billard. Dance entered the realm of visual art in a big way in the s and '60s: a response to social alienation, widespread uncertainty, and anxious feelings brought on by the Cold War and the spread of mass media and communication systems and to think: they didn't even have the internet, smartphones, or a reality show host as the president. To reconcile these emerging anxieties, many artists embraced the body—the meeting point between the public and the personal—specifically in the form of choreographed and improvised movement. Says curator Nelly Richard: "It is at the level of what we understand as everyday life, namely the intersubjective microcircuits existing within the couple or the family, work, domestic organization, urban movements, etc. The body is the stage on which this division primarily leaves its mark.
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