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Attitudes and Principles of Making

This is a list of principles — or perhaps attitudes — of choreographic practice and making. The list is not exhaustive, and indeed comprises many ideas that are so general that they would hold for any kind of making. In such a way they demand that we consider to what extent choreographic making is special at all. Perhaps the list might — as we continue to consider the nature of choreographic practices — help to provoke our questions, our processes, our methods and our choreographies.

Reference: Ellis, Simon. 2016. Attitudes and Principles of Making.” Choreographic Practices 7 (1): 65–70.

Link: ellis-2016-attitudes.pdf

Attitudes

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