Moving Stories

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Abstract

Choreographer Rosemary Lee will share her experience of working with large casts of non-professional and professional dancers of all ages, revealing how she enables them to become powerfully sensitive performers and dancers, attentive to themselves and their fellow cast members. She will describe her methodologies, as well as share incidences that have remained with her as affirmative examples of the power of ideokinesis, and touch. She will also reflect on the use of language to unlock and transform our sensorial experience of dancing. Rosemary will present films extracts and photographs to illustrate her talk.
Original languageEnglish
Typekey note speech and concluding words
Media of outputlive streamed
Publication statusPublished - 24 Feb 2018

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Keywords

  • somatic
  • narrative
  • dance
  • touch
  • symposium

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Lee, R. (2018, Feb 24). Moving Stories.

Moving Stories. / Lee, Rosemary.

2018, key note speech and concluding words.

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