Sunday, May 18, 2008

Dance Plans


Sarah A.O. Rosner/The AOMC said...

where are these from?
they remind me of wind patterns that my mom used to pour over when she was a birder and relied on migration patterns.

Patterning like this (perhaps because of my personal experience with former teachers who taught spatial patterns as one of the most "important" aspects of choreography) to me seems like a "tool" of older choreographers. I wonder if anyone knows of more up and coming choreographers who really stick to this type of spatial reasoning, or map it out like this?

Tony said...

1. classical dance plan
2. sporty dance plan
3. lacanian dance plan
4. feynman dance plan
5. interpretive dance plan

up&coming or old&going

you always need a dance plan