Remembrance and Identity through Movement: a Study of Memoir
van der Grinten, Heather
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The exploration of my identity as a senior dance major at F&M began with an idea to hold a dance concert in a quiet place, away from the expanse of the proscenium stage, where people would gather and remember what it felt like to experience the life of another. Months of choreography and conversations manifested itself in the unframed self: moving exhibitions, a site-specific dance performance, held in the Curriculum Gallery of The Phillips Museum of Art of Thursday March 26 and Friday March 27, 2009. An evening-length performance of about 50 minutes in length comprised five pieces that investigated the theme of identity and remembrance. The details explained in this paper give insight into some of my decisions that resulted in the performances in the gallery.
Franklin and Marshall College Archives, Undergraduate Honors Thesis 2009
- F&M Theses Collection