The idea to have a film—the first and only one LeWitt ever made—came from you.
Dance was my first collaboration, in the traditional sense, working with a composer and a visual artist. Before that, my company had no music, no décor, nothing, just ourselves. Sol first almost turned down the idea of making a décor. “What would be the point for me to construct something that you would dance in front of? Your work is visually complex, so is my work. Putting these things together wouldn’t make any sense.” We agreed to think about another option. I came back with the idea that if the décor was the dancers, wouldn’t we get
There was a very mixed reception actually. Philip and I knew that John Rockwell, the New York Times critic, would be coming to review