Our current and changing situation has not called a halt to bodily movement but it has shifted the things that a body can do. Until recently, our space of possibility has stayed inside, emerging into the public domain according to and under strict instructions. What does this suggest to the kinaesthetic imagination? What melody of movement comes to mind (and body) within the confines of viral circulation and social regulation?
For this volume we have invited dance and movement practitioners to propose a ‘score’ – an invitation to form new linkages through the body, and with other bodies; to creatively engage new ways of living and moving in confined environments but not only; to creatively explore inner life and external space; and to rethink the everyday in choreographic terms.
VOLUME #1 – Interior Lives – Scores for Confined Times ( A collection) will publish over the next two months and starting Aug 1, the contributions of the following artists:
Isabella Whāwhai Waru