and a loser I will be for I've never been a winner in my life
Lil Buck is the Bobby McFerrin of dance. But a very little of McFerrin goes a long way for me. Lil Buck could dance the phonebook and engage me. I think. Funny thing about improv like this. It kinda begins to irritate after too long. Begins to be precious or something.
I agree; I think this is in danger of going too long. But I loved the way it ended, where he curled himself up onto the ground. That was impressive as hell.
Yes. But he does that in other pieces. Impressive once. Twice, not so much. What a jerk I am. He moves like a well-oiled, airy, weightless, fluid being. Who am I to judge one set piece of his? Still, everybody's a critic.Would you say it is Art? Or a cleverly Crafted combo of B-boy moves?
No, you're not a jerk. I'd never heard of this guy before, or seen any of his work. The novelty of it was surely a part of what impressed me.I don't know about art v. craft/mojo here. It's hard to make a learned assessment after only three minutes of exposure. Not that that has ever stopped me before...
Love this. Thought it would be much cooler as a choreographed act though. Smooth it out a bit, give it an arc. There's def something in it though. Mos def.
Yes, Johannes. A context, an arc needed. The way it is, it's like exquisite doodling, or somebody telling you in surreal details their night's dream when you're half asleep.Still, the boy can move. I am still seeing freeze-frame images of him in my mind's eye.
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