ESALA weekly research seminars

Lycouris, S. (Invited speaker)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

Description

Seminar as part of the ESALA weekly research seminars, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh. Abstract What is choreography? What is choreographic practice and perspective? This is an introduction to an approach to choreography which centres on relationships between the body and space, movement and the experience of space, as informed and shaped by rhythm. Relationships between choreographic approaches and the potential for an experiential understanding of (urban) space are discussed, based on the project ‘City Glimpses’, a dispersed improvisational performance event for urban and online environments (www.recalesce.net). This discussion includes references to research on 'mood' and 'attunement' by Ben Highmore and research on relationships between inside and outside in architectural thinking by Ella Chmielewska
Period14 Feb 2014
Event typeSeminar
LocationEdinburgh, United Kingdom

Keywords

  • dance
  • text
  • sound
  • online
  • streaming
  • movement
  • mood