Dance Discourse Project #18
Exploring Choreographic Thinking
This Dance Discourse Project looked at “choreographic thinking,” a term that describes the ways ideas arise during the process of moving. Many contemporary artists use it as a voiced resistance to the misconception that dance needs ideas before choreography is realized, that thought precedes motion, and that movement serves to express meaning. We explored these ideas and their usefulness in understanding choreography as thinking, moving, speaking and writing.
Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 7:30pm
Facilitator/Moderator: Megan Nicely with Mary Armentrout
Panelists: Christy Funsch, Christian Burns and Rebecca Challef
Read “On Choreographic Thinking” by DDP 18 co-curator, Megan Nicely (published in the March 2014 issue of In Dance)