Moving with/being moved: improvisation as a practice of togetherness

Moving with/being moved: improvisation as a practice of togetherness is a research based on the concept of togetherness and its relation to, and relevance for, dance improvisation. Following the ideas of the anthropologist Tim Ingold, this study will consider togetherness as an always evolving meshwork in which every living being, stitches itself into the world along interwoven lines through a process of correspondence (2015: 87).

Through a practice-as-research methodology, I will explore improvisation as a practice of togetherness aiming for correspondence, and I will do so by developing a dance improvisation practice based on encounters and stillness as essential.

Moving with / being moved: improvisation as a practice of togetherness