The Met Through the Looking Glass: Dai Jian’s SILENT dialogue

Contextualized within the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition, China: Through the Looking Glass, dancer and choreographer Dai Jian created a series of dances based on his emotional responses to several galleries throughout the museum, where the dances also took place. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson has the story.

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