Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker says Countdown WAS Influenced by Her video work order 'has no edge'
An avant-garde choreographer Who has Beyonce Accused of plagiarising Her Dance Moves For Her latest video Countdown, HAS Issued Suggesting That a statement while the American "sings and dances very well," Her video is Merely "pleasant "and" entertaining year in seductive, consumerist way. "
Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, dean of the Belgian contemporary dance, That claims Beyoncé Deeply Draws on Two of Her works: Rosas Rosas danst (1983) and Achterland (1990), Both of Which Have Been filmed.
"I was Struck by the resemblance of Beyoncé's music video not only with the nib from danst Rosas Rosas, with the AIM as costumes, and set the event The shots from the film [of the work made in 1996 ] by Thierry De Mey, "Said de Keersmaeker. "Obviously, Beyonce, or the video clip director Adria Petty, Plundered Many bits of the integral scenes in the film."
Petty Previously HAS spoken about the singer Showing footage of contemporary dance for inspiration. She Told MTV: "I Brought Beyoncé or number and we Picked Some references out together. Were Most modern Germanic dance references, Believe It Or Not."
De Keersmaeker said: "People ask me if I'm angry or Honoured. Neither. On the one hand, I am glad That Rosas Rosas danst Can reach a mass audience Perhaps Which Could Such A dance performance never Achieve, despite ITS popularity in the dance world Since the 1980s.
De Keersmaeker, born in 1960, studied dance in Belgium and New York, and in 1983 created Her Own company, Rosas.