Attending to Movement – Somatic Perspectives on Living in this World

Attending to Movement – Somatic Perspectives on Living in this World

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Authors: Sarah Whatley, Natalie Garrett Brown & Kirsty Alexander
Publisher: Triarchy Press (2015)

Paperback: 300 pages
Language: English
ISBN13: 978-1-909470-63-7

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This edited collection draws on the conference, Attending to Movement: Somatic Perspectives on Living in this World, run at C-DaRE, the Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University, 12 – 14 July, 2013.

Somatic practitioners, dance artists and scholars from a wide range of subject domains cross discipline borders and investigate the approaches that embodied thinking and action can offer to philosophical and socio-cultural inquiry.

The book celebrates and builds upon the work of visionary dance artist, teacher and scholar Gill Clarke (1954 –2011), who championed the value of somatic approaches within and beyond dance education and creative practice.

Contents

PART ONE – INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES

Carol Brown ~ So, Remember the Liquid Ground

Lalitaraja ~ Thinking, Reflecting and Contemplating With the Body

Nadra Assaf ~ Not Without My Body

Juan Manuel Aldape Muñoz ~ Choreographic Mobilities

PART TWO – SOMATICS IN A WIDER SOCIAL CONTEXT

Thomas Kampe ~ The Art of Making Choices

Lizzy Le Quesne ~ An Intricate Field

Somaticatica (Bernadette Cronin, Jools Gilson, Roisin O’Gorman) ~ Embodied Adventures in and out of the Irish Countryside

PART THREE – INTERPLAY OF PRACTICE AND WRITING

Adam Benjamin ~ The Fool’s Journey and Poisonous Mushrooms

Cath Cullinane, Natalie Garrett Brown, Christian Kipp & Amy Voris ~ At Dusk, the Collaborative Spills and Cycles of L219

Carolyn Roy ~ As My Attention is Wandering

Sally E. Dean ~ Amerta Movement and Somatic Costume

Hilary Kneale ~ ‘The Daily Round, The Common Task’

Sarah Whatley ~ Motion Capture and The Dancer

PART FOUR – PEDAGOGY/EDUCATION

Sara Reed ~ Attending to Movement

Fiona Bannon and Duncan Holt ~ Attending to Ethics and Aesthetics in Dance

Penny Collinson ~ Re-sourcing the Body

Nicole Harbonnier-Topin and Helen Simard ~ Somatic Education and Introspective Verbalisation

PART FIVE – LIVED LINEAGES

Jenny Roche ~ Disorganising Principles

Jennifer Mackerras and Jane Toms ~ Myth-Busting

Duncan Holt ~ A Moving and Touching Career in Dance and Chiropractic

Martha Eddy ~ Early Trends

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