SPACE AND WORDS FOR DANCERS | WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT/SIMILAR PROCESSES OF LANGUAGING AND MOVING? (VIDA)
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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT/SIMILAR PROCESSES OF LANGUAGING AND MOVING? (VIDA)

Topic Title:   What are the different:similar processes of languaging and moving?

 

Name of person who called the session:

VIDA

 

List of Participants:

 

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Discussion / Recommendations / Next Steps:

 

  • What do we mean by languaging? – friday the physical voice in the body
  • Meaning making, as (more) evident in words
  • The addition of just word changes the ‘context’ / reading of the movement -> or retrain the movement
  • Movement and words needy to be at the same ‘level’ -> embodied, present, it is what it is?

 

  • The being open to what comes

 

  • Performer ups on own oxygen mask first…then takes care of the others – dancers and audience.
  • Poetry as ‘undramatic’. Poetic vs poetry.

 

  • Words being used in a minimal way…words->movement of the camera

 

  • Moving and words as in the body mind at all moments
  • The process and the performance in the same movement -> nature of improvisation, performance -> Convergence
  • Do words or movements ‘resonate’ differently?
  • Significance of context/delivery of a word/movement can open or solidify
  • Skills of speaking and knowing your voice
  • Types of language and words – figurative – abstracted
  • Gestural and symbolic, movement active
  • Playing with ‘fidelity’ of the sign
  • Associations of words/meaning

 

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