Contemporary Choreography: A Critical Reader by Jo Butterworth,Liesbeth Wildschut

By Jo Butterworth,Liesbeth Wildschut

This leading edge textual content presents various articles protecting choreographic enquiry, research into the inventive technique, and standard understandings of dance making.



Contemporary Choreography gains contributions through practitioners and researchers from Europe, the US, Africa, Australasia and the Asia-Pacific sector, investigating the sector in six huge domains:



• Conceptual and philosophic concerns


• academic settings


• Communities


• altering aesthetics


• Intercultural choreography


• Choreography’s relationships with different disciplines



By shooting the essence and growth of choreography within the twenty-first century this reader helps and encourages rigorous pondering and learn for destiny generations of dance practitioners and scholars.

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