Bibliography

For this glossary my inspirational source derives from choreographers who belonged to the post-modern movement in dance, originators of radical and highly experimental performance practices, bringing new formal and aesthetic innovation to the dance field.

Yvonne Rainer has had the most influence in my project. Her framework provided a strong tool for thinking the politically of choreography, and while analysing her methods of writing scores and her thoughts as critical alternatives to the dance scene, I could draw a parallel towards my understanding of choreographing design. Together with Yvonne Rainer I will also refer to choreographic practices by Merce Cunningham, an american choreographer, who often collaborated with John Cage and together experimented with ‘chance operations’ in various compositions, “the term ‘chance’, ‘indeterminacy’, and ‘aleatory’ have all been used to describe the use of random procedures in composition, the variability of performance, or both.” (Pritchett, 1993); Lucinda Childs, also an american dancer, choreographer and actress, for using complex deductive mathematical reasoning in her choreographies (Burt and Burt, 2006), in a similar way as the belgium choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker; and Wiiliam Foresythe, the most contemporary approach, for his interest and commitment with technology.



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Burt, R. and Burt, R. (2006) The Judson Dance theatre: Performative traces. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.
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