Capital-D Dance is an original zine by Tara Sheena, made with design and production assistance by Katie Dean. It compiles three original essays by Sheena, who writes her way through her ongoing fascination with the ways capitalism, race, and dance collide in performance spaces. These essays appear in print for the first time as Sheena contends with the term, Capital-D Dance, something she refers to, often, as a problem of her own making. The works wander, with hope, through illusion and pseudo-intellect, a way for Sheena to craft narratives in order to dilute—or disassociate—from them. The essays stretch time, meaning and form, confronting her embodied bullshit on the page. It is a poem or a lecture or a table read for a dance yet to manifest. It loves dance, and Dance, enough to frustrate its borders. It is for you, and You.
Copyright Tara Sheena, 2019. 40 pages total.
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