By Jo Butterworth,Liesbeth Wildschut
This cutting edge textual content presents more than a few articles protecting choreographic enquiry, research into the artistic strategy, and standard understandings of dance making.
Contemporary Choreography positive factors contributions via practitioners and researchers from Europe, the USA, Africa, Australasia and the Asia-Pacific zone, investigating the sphere in six large domains:
• Conceptual and philosophic concerns
• academic settings
• altering aesthetics
• Intercultural choreography
• Choreography’s relationships with different disciplines
By taking pictures the essence and development of choreography within the twenty-first century this reader helps and encourages rigorous considering and learn for destiny generations of dance practitioners and scholars.
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Contemporary Choreography: A Critical Reader by Jo Butterworth,Liesbeth Wildschut