Choreographic Dwellings: Practising Place offers new readings of the kinaesthetic experiences of site-specific and nomadic performance, parkour, installation and walking practices. It extends the remit of the choreographic by reframing the kinaesthetic qualities of place as action.
About the Author
Julie Angel, Independent Filmmaker, UK Paola Berenstein Jacques, University of Bahia, Brazil Luc Boucris, L'University Stendhal-Grenoble 3 Alpes, France Fabiana Dultra Britto, University of Bahia, Brazil Lisa Giaccardi, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands Misha Myers, Falmouth University, UK Jeff Packman, University of Toronto, Canada Helen Paris, Curious Theatre Company, UK Danielle Robinson, University of Toronto, Canada Maira Spanghero, University of Bahia, Brazil
Table of Contents
1. Introduction; Gretchen Schiller and Sarah Rubidge 2. Practicing Place; Gretchen Schiller and Sarah Rubidge 3. Enduring Graving: Footnotes of Walking and Duration; Misha Myers 4. Corpographia: A Processual Concept of the Urban Body; Fabiana Dultra Britto and Paola Berenstein Jacques 5. Practicing Heritage: Weaving Actions and Meaning in the 'Silence of the Lands'; Elisa Giaccardi 6. Still.Moving; Helen Paris 7. Territoires, Fraying at the Edges; Luc Boucris 8. Chula in the City: Traditions, Translations and Tactics in the Brazilian Samba De Roda; Danielle Robinson and Jeff Packman 9. The Body Library: Chor(e)ographic Approaches to Movement, Memory and Place; Gretchen Schiller 10. Cena II The Remote Controlled Body; Maira Spanghero 11. Game Maps: Parkour Vision and Urban Relations; Julie Angel Bibliography Index