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Celestial navigations

Choreographer Maureen Fleming's 'Decay of the Angel' takes flight

By Suzanne Sataline
Globe Correspondent / February 20, 2004

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Watching Maureen Fleming at work is akin to watching a flower grow. Her choreography unfurls like shoots from an early iris, arms twisting out from shoulders that arch toward her legs. She does not dance, per se. Rather, this is botany, a time-lapsed photographic image that unfolds, blossoms, entwines, and laces in a style that is both raw and assured. ... (Full Article: 694 Words)

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