empty space, what it means (2)

The dancer from the dance:

    “The over use of embodiment as a way of understanding has left us with limited philosophies, approaches and methods for exploring choreography and beyond. Once we start to expand the definition of choreography and separate it from dance (as many have been doing/have done – Forsythe, Spangberg, Davies), we realise the body is not central to this practice. Movement, space, time, flow, dynamics become choreography. R E L A T I O N S H I P S become choreography. And we can begin to draw on other fields which do not rely on embodiment as points of discussion. For example, topology. Code and programming. And other organisational or relational practices.” –Kate Sicchio at Dancing Digital

#2 in a series of found explanations

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