At dusk, the collaborative spills and cycles of L219

C. Cullinane, Natalie Garrett Brown, C. Kipp, A. Voris

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    Abstract

    The viewpoint seeks to articulate the choreographic and performance strategies of the work L219, framed by the work of practitioner-scholars who explore the relationship between collaborative writing and making processes. Text and image are arranged to reconsider the practices that have given rise to the work shown as part of the Dance and Somatic Practices Conference 2013. This collaboratively authored chapter considers the resources that have enabled previous versions, suggesting that this writing is perhaps another incarnation of the work.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAttending to Movement: Somatic Perspectives on Living in this World
    EditorsS. Whatley, N. Garrett Brown, K. Alexander
    PublisherTriarchy Press
    Pages135-144
    ISBN (Print)978-1-909470-63-7
    Publication statusPublished - 5 May 2015

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    Cullinane, C., Garrett Brown, N., Kipp, C., & Voris, A. (2015). At dusk, the collaborative spills and cycles of L219. In S. Whatley, N. Garrett Brown, & K. Alexander (Eds.), Attending to Movement: Somatic Perspectives on Living in this World (pp. 135-144). Triarchy Press.