Generation of a choreographic diptych
At my last year at school I set for myself the challenge of developing two dance works in parallel ( a group piece and a solo), with the intention of designing a meaningful communication between the two. Namely the question I posed myself was: What strategy do I use to generate a choreographic diptych?
The object of this paper is to expose my process and the resolution I found to this question. It also describes the nature and conditions of a relationship between two choreographic objects engaged in what I decided to call a diptych.
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