Everything is at once: Reflections on embodied photography and collaborative process

Niki Pollard, Natalie Garrett Brown, Christian Kipp, Amy Voris

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    In discussion with his co-collaborators, dance artists Natalie Garrett Brown and Amy Voris, this interview explores the photographic process of Christian Kipp, landscape and dance photographer, as he reflects on his experience of working on the Enter & Inhabit project. The questions asked by Garrett Brown and Voris were generated through movement and reflective writing in response to the photographic collection exhibited as part of the 2011 Dance and Somatic Practices Conference, Coventry, UK. In particular, the article explores the interrelationship between the somatic-informed movement practices and performance score creation of Garrett Brown and Voris and the sensorial play of Kipp’s photography. Co-authored by Garrett Brown, Kipp and Voris, this collection of questions and responses seeks to continue rather than merely document the Enter & Inhabit collaborative process.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)75-84
    JournalJournal of Dance & Somatic Practices
    Issue number1-2
    Publication statusPublished - Apr 2012


    • photography
    • environment
    • embodiment
    • collaboration
    • performance
    • Body-Mind Centering®


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