|Author||G. Allard ; P. Sonderen Eds.|
This volume comprises the textual and visual translation of a two-year research trip undertaken by the ArtEZ Dance Academy and its Theory in the Arts research department. The project tackles the praxis and practice of urban dance, its manifestation in public space, making modern dance more accessible to a wider audience, how urban dance is learned and how this can affect ideas and movements, and more. The questions it raised have led to exploring the urban circle form that has emerged ass the dominant feature of non-hierarchical communication and experiences. This dynamic research is presented in a way that encourages new thinking and action through dance.
|112 p, ills colour & bw, 16 x 24 cm, pb, English|