Memory, Perception, and Architecture in Relation to Choreography
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This paper explores and researches memory, perception, and architecture in relation to choreography. This general research is then applied to my choreography and creative process specifically; I found that the connection between memory and bodily experience inevitably shaped the way I created my site-specific dance installation, “Source” (the other component of this honors project). I also evaluate/discuss/describe my creative process in detail for “Source” in this paper, to articulate how I relate to and shape space and movement.
Franklin and Marshall College Archives, Undergraduate Honors Thesis 2010
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