This ebook explores the co-creative perform of latest dancers completely from the perspective of the dancer. It finds a number of dancing views, drawn from interviews, present writing and evocative debts from contained in the choreographic procedure, illuminating the myriad ways in which dancers give a contribution to the construction of dance tradition.
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