Co-creative dance practices - how participants’ mutual exploration of interactional potentials cultivates embodied narratives

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Abstract

Based on an evaluation of a national dance project in Denmark, this paper explores how the sensing and moving body is essentially shaped in the mutual affaires of interaction. The national project, running from 2014-2017, was led by The Dancehalls, funded by 2.7 mill. Euro, and involved more than 32 municipalities (www.tafatomdansen.dk). Analyses of the co-creative dance practices specifically highlight how processes of transmission unfold between participants’ exploration of interactional potentials within the group and participants’ subjective dance experiences. The discussion centres on clarifying how embodied narratives are modified and changed on the premise of reciprocity unfolding in social contexts.
Original languageEnglish
Publication dateOct 2017
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2017
EventTransmissions and Traces: Rendering Dance: 2017 SDHS-CORD Conference - Ohio State University, Columbus, United States
Duration: 19. Oct 201722. Oct 2017

Conference

ConferenceTransmissions and Traces: Rendering Dance
LocationOhio State University
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityColumbus
Period19/10/201722/10/2017

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