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Abstract'The Possibilities of Different Geographies’ is the title of a dance work Jane Carr and Bruce Sharp first created in 1997 that investigated the significance of human embodiment. Twenty years later they revisited the themes informing their earlier work in order to create a participatory performance-installation focused on the significance of the embodied dimensions of intersubjective experience. The authors present the philosophical and political ideas underpinning their aims to challenge the boundaries that act as limits upon how humans experience their embodied identities and reflect on how, in developing the project, artistic and activist principles became interwoven. They describe the creation of movement scores for participants to perform and consider how elements of movement, sound, lighting and opportunities for reflection contribute to an environment that affords creative participation focused on the intercorporeal dimension of human geographies.
CitationCarr J, Sharp B (2018) 'The possibilities of different geographies', Choreographic Practices, 9 (2), pp.333-345.
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