The Choreographic Mind

Klien, Michael

Practice-based studio work, discussions, and readings in current cultural theory, contemporary philosophy, and political discourse. Introduces choreography as a creative act of structuring movement; interrogates culturally dominant as well as subversive modes of ordering; examines the wider social and political context and consequences of various forms of artificially created structures. The students' radically subjective creativity, artistic experimentation, awareness, perception and expression is cultivated in order to understand and challenge the status quo and to create "relational artefacts" through choreographic craft. Instructor: Klien

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Ark 101
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