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Improvisation in Dance: A Philosophical Perspective - SEyTA
Leeds, Reino Unido, 22 y 23 de mayo de 2015. Organizado por el Centro de Estética de Leeds y la Sociedad Británica de Estética, este congreso interdisciplinar se centra en el análisis filosófico de la improvisación en danza. Envío de resúmenes hasta el 1 de febrero de 2015. Motion, serie de fotografías de larga exposición de Bill Wadman. May 22-23, 2015, University of Leeds, UK Sponsored by the Centre for Aesthetics at Leeds and the British Society of Aesthetics Keynote Speakers/ Renee M. Conroy (Philosophy, Purdue-Calumet; Fulbright Scholar in Dance, Roehampton, from Jan. 2015) Vida Midgelow (Performing Arts, Middlesex University) Barbara Gail Montero (Philosophy, CUNY) The Centre for Aesthetics at the University of Leeds, with the support of the British Society for Aesthetics and in collaboration with Improvisation Exchange Leeds, is pleased to announce the hosting of an interdisciplinary and participatory conference on the philosophical issues raised by dance improvisation. Improvisation is a fundamental element of contemporary dance: in addition to being a popular mode of practice across many forms of contemporary dance, it is central to the postmodern dance form of contact improvisation, and it is an important topic of investigation in contemporary dance research. However, improvisation in dance …