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“A Case for the Two-Dimensional: Balinese Dance, Colonial Shadows, and Feeling Otherwise with Zavé Martohardjono”, Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas, by Anna M. Moncada Storti

zavé martohardjono nominated for Outstanding Performer by the NY Dance and Performance Awards, The Bessies
Featured in Maura Donohue’s Culturebot article “the land remembers, do you remember the land?
Interview in BOMB Magazine with Benedict Nguyen
Brooklyn Rail review of “TERRITORY: The Island Remembers” by Hallie Chametzky

The Dance Enthusiast, Dance Magazine, and Broadway World announce the NYPL for the Performing Arts 2021 Dance Research Fellows.

Interview in Buah Zine with Teta Alim

Trans Exploits: Trans of Color Cultures and Technologies in Movement by Jian Chen

New York Times critic Brian Seibert’s “Taking a Dance Vacation at Rockaway
Mentioned in “To curate is to care,” Flash Art interview with Taraneh Fazeli by Zuzana Štefková

Queering Contemporary Asian American Art (2017) by Laura Kina and Jan Christian Bernabe
Hyperallergic preview by Jillian Steinhauer “A Dance About Decolonizing the Body at EFA Project Space
ARTnews announces Storm King Art Center 2017 residency artists
New York Times’ Dance in NYC This Week mentions 2017 Movement Research Fall Festival: invisible material.

Before Colonization: Zavé’s Brother Lovers” interview with Helix Queer Performance blogger Aurin Squire
Introducing the Multi-Media Artist Zavé Martohardjono”, interview with Posture Mag’ Annie Malamet
Broadway World announcement of “Brother Lovers” at Fresh Fruit Festival

“Where is Here? Gray Spaces at The Wild Project” by Sondra Fink,

When Your Politics is Greek Tragedy: Genderqueer Antigone” by Jillian T. Weiss, Bilerico Project at

Read writing I’ve published

Poems in We Want it All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics edited by Andrea Abi-Karam and Kay Gabriel
A Dream of the Possible in Imagining: A Gibney Dance Journal (full audio recording available)
Contributor to Dancer-Citizen Issue 4: The Global Self | The Self as Practice
Contributor to MXRS Commons: Constructing Identity Through Embodied Re-membrance and De-colonization

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