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Corporeal Epistemics

A desktop presentation exploring the datafication of experience and the ways in which choreographic practices — and the radically analogue human body — might play a part in resisting algorithmic description.

The transcript of the presentation is available as a PDF: skellis.net/_assets/_corporeal_epistemics.pdf

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Supported by C-DaRE — the Centre for Dance Research — at Coventry University.

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