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Dance of the Possible

Isabelle Ginot 1 
1 Laboratoire d’analyse des discours et pratiques en danse
MUSIDANSE - Esthétique, musicologie, danse et création musicale
Abstract : A Paris and Berlin-based Australian choreographer and performer, Rosalind Crisp has been pursuing a project named d a n s e. Although taking roots in the history of improvisation and Instant composition, it raises original questions. The article strives to delineate d a n s e not as a piece (or a series of pieces), a technique, a set of scores (as the choreographer names it), but as a field, and even a community of performers, who define themselves by their common history, the working processes involved or abandoned through time, and, most importantly, by the sets of attentional choreography that form the work of performers.
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Isabelle Ginot. Dance of the Possible. Erin Brannigan, Virginia Baxter (eds.). Bodies of thought. Twelve Australian choreographers, Wakefield Press, p. 20-24, 2014. ⟨hal-02293874⟩



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