The Brooklyn-created ‘bone breaking’ dance movement brings ‘Interstice,’ an experimental film and art exhibit, to life

“Interstice” is an art film and exhibit that features flexing, also known as “bone breaking,” a dance style created in Brooklyn, New York, that involves rhythmic contortions. The piece was directed by Andrew Thomas Huang, who was inspired by the Chinese lion dances he witnessed as a child.

Story and editing by A.C. Fowler

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