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(Re)positioning site dance : local acts, global perspectives

Author: Karen Nicole Barbour; Victoria Hunter, (Senior lecturer in dance); Melanie Kloetzel
Publisher: Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA : Intellect, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
This co-authored book aims to articulate international approaches to making, performing and theorizing site-based dance. Intended for artists, scholars, and students, the approaches discussed are informed by interdisciplinary engagements with socio-cultural, political, economic and ecological perspectives.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Nicole Barbour; Victoria Hunter, (Senior lecturer in dance); Melanie Kloetzel
ISBN: 9781783209989 1783209984
OCLC Number: 1102812475
Description: xii, 323 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Chapter 1: From recontextualization to protest : 50 years of site dance practice in North America / Melanie Kloetzel --
Chapter 2: Activism, land contestation and place responsiveness / Karen Barbour --
Chapter 3: Sited English folk dance as a form of site dance: heritage, tradition and resistance / Victoria Hunter --
Chapter 4: Dancing garden : phenomenology and affective practices / Karen Barbour --
Chapter 5: Material touchstones : weaving histories through site-specific dance performance / Victoria Hunter --
Chapter 6: Lend me an ear : dialogism and the vocalizing site / Melanie Kloetzel --
Chapter 7: Performing parks and squares / Victoria Hunter --
Chapter 8: Site-specific dance and environmental ethics : relational fields in the Anthropocene / Melanie Kloetzel --
Chapter 9: Dancing in foreign places : practices of place and tropophilia / Karen Barbour.
Other Titles: Repositioning site dance
Responsibility: Karen Barbour, Victoria Hunter, Melanie Kloetzel.


Site-based dance performance and sited movement explorations implicate dance makers, performers and audience members in a number of dialogical processes between body, site and environment. This book  Read more...


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