Body-soma-self: re-embodying dance research

Kampe, T (2019) 'Body-soma-self: re-embodying dance research.' In: Bacon, J, Hilton, R, Kramer, P and Midgelow, V.L, eds. Researching (in/as) motion: a resource collection, artistic doctorates in Europe. NIVEL . Theatre Academy of the University of the Arts, Helsinki. ISBN 9789523530126

Official URL: https://nivel.teak.fi/adie/body-soma-self/

Abstract

This essay discusses possibilities and workings of critical somatic arts research from a practitioner perspective. The author debates questions, processes and problems concerning his research towards the integration of somatic processes within performance-making and training contexts. The chapter gives an insight into issues arising from the application of Feldenkrais Method®, a key twentieth century somatic modality, as preparatory, enactive tuning and emancipatory ethical process within performing arts research.

Item Type: Book Chapter or Section
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This chapter (along with the rest of the book) is available to read online at the URL above.

Keywords: somatic practices, choreographic practices, artistic doctorates, embodiment, ethics, performance research
Divisions: Bath School of Music & Performing Arts
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Date Deposited: 14 Oct 2019 08:48
Last Modified: 05 Feb 2020 15:13
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