It’s an interesting challenge for the Yorkshire Dance marketing department to work on a festival like Wendy Houstoun’s Juncture 2014.
We’ve clearly billed it as a “festival of contemporary movement, theatre and film work” which equally clearly reveals that we’ve swerved right around the D-word.
You’re a dance agency, though, right? Dance is what you do, right? Where’s all the dance, Yorkshire Dance?
We’d love to hear your thoughts about the programme of Juncture 2014, with its mixture of live art, photography, sculptural performance and, um, walking.
Are you a dance-lover who’s baffled by the programme? Are you a live art-lover who’s baffled by the venue(s)?
How do all these artforms relate to dance? Do they need to? Do you even care?
Tell us what you think!