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Maureen Fleming : She’s a master of transformation, spinning sensual, sculptural movements into a kind of finely distilled dance poetry. Her body language alone -- and nudity plays a part -- is often gorgeously evocative and mesmerizing. In her new celebration of the female archetype, “Waters of Immortality” (pictured), she also incorporates three-dimensional video projections and still photography by the brilliant Lois Greenfield. Akikazu Nakamura provides live accompaniment on the shakuhachi, a bamboo flute, and pianist Peter Fleming performs the music of Philip Glass. The Boston premiere is presented by CRASHarts. Nov. 2-4, Institute of Contemporary Art. 627-876-4275 , worldmusic.org -- KAREN CAMPBELL
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Maureen Fleming: She’s a master of transformation, spinning sensual, sculptural movements into a kind of finely distilled dance poetry. Her body language alone -- and nudity plays a part -- is often gorgeously evocative and mesmerizing. In her new celebration of the female archetype, “Waters of Immortality” (pictured), she also incorporates three-dimensional video projections and still photography by the brilliant Lois Greenfield. Akikazu Nakamura provides live accompaniment on the shakuhachi, a bamboo flute, and pianist Peter Fleming performs the music of Philip Glass. The Boston premiere is presented by CRASHarts. Nov. 2-4, Institute of Contemporary Art. 627-876-4275, worldmusic.org

-- KAREN CAMPBELL
(Photo by Lois Greenfield)
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