A pole dancing exhibit at the New Museum has been reviewed by ArtNet News. Gerard & Kelly’s “P.O.L.E (People, Objects, Language, Exchange),” includes an installation and live performance. “‘P.O.L.E’ is not about cultivating the stereotypical museum-going environment where everyone is silently contemplating. People in the audience, especially the other dancers and their friends, cheer and yell and gasp in awe at the physical feats before them. The dance itself is about human connection—the chemistry between the two dancers mimics that of brothers or friends, and the connection between the dancers and their audience mimics that of compatriots.” To read the full story click here. United Pole Artists Pole News is a place where news from around the world regarding pole dancing is shared. UPA writes and/or gathers news and stories for you so you don’t miss a thing. Have something to add to this story? If you are a registered UPA user, you can sign in, leave a comment and let us know what you think. We would love to hear from you!