REVIEW: Barton is a master of phrasing

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“Despite the fact that Barton makes use of various dance idioms, you will not be bored for a second. Because she is a true master of phrasing, she surprises by the seemingly random juxtaposition of Cunningham and Broadway, Break or Balanchine. It serves every beat and gag of the music, but so flattering and pointed that it somehow ennobles this music. “Fantastic Beings” is refined. You really like to watch it, but a little bit you also have the feeling that algorithms have produced it and our brain, which constantly creates contexts of meaning, now consistently suggests that everything runs according to human logic. ” she surprises by the seemingly random juxtaposition of Cunningham and Broadway, Break or Balanchine. It serves every beat and gag of the music, but so flattering and pointed that it somehow ennobles this music. “Fantastic Beings” is refined. You really like to watch it, but a little bit you also have the feeling that algorithms have produced it and our brain, which constantly creates contexts of meaning, now consistently suggests that everything runs according to human logic. ” she surprises by the seemingly random juxtaposition of Cunningham and Broadway, Break or Balanchine. It serves every beat and gag of the music, but so flattering and pointed that it somehow ennobles this music. “Fantastic Beings” is refined. You really like to watch it, but a little bit you also have the feeling that algorithms have produced it and our brain, which constantly creates contexts of meaning, now consistently suggests that everything runs according to human logic. “

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