Dance is a mandatory part of physical education in Denmark and in this context imitation and improvisation are often used as if they are to be understood as dichotomies. In this paper I focus on analyzing how the students’ experience of the authorships of their dance-movements – whether improvised or choreographed - is heavily informed by pedagogical ideas and institutional related discourses. In the analysis I draw on my recent research emphasizing that when dancing one improvises in different degrees – and on resent discussions concerning how habits can be understood as a potentiality transforming the constrained into degrees of openness.
|Status||Udgivet - 2014|
|Begivenhed||Writing Dancing/Dancing Writing: Joint conference between Society of Dance History Scholars (SDHS) and Congress on Research in Dance (CORD) - University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA|
Varighed: 13. nov. 2013 → 16. nov. 2014
|Konference||Writing Dancing/Dancing Writing|
|Lokation||University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa|
|By||Iowa City, Iowa|
|Periode||13/11/2013 → 16/11/2014|