Search Results for "Daniel + Lepkoff"
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Articles in Print
Philosophical Glimpses: Standing
After Gertrude Stein
thoughts on improvisation and what my teachers taught me
Essentials:An Ordinary Movement
Still Moving:Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the Breitenbush Jam
interview with Alito Alessi, Ray Chung, K.J. Holmes, Daniel Lepkoff, Karen Nelson, Steve Paxton, Scott Smith, and Nancy Stark Smith
Still Moving:Flashpoint: Responses to Daniel Lepkoff's "Thoughts on Contact Improvisation: An Issue of Definition" in CQ 29:1
keyword sessions with Daniel Lepkoff & Lisa Nelson
Still Moving:Thoughts on Contact Improvisation
an issue of definition
Between the Lines
an email volley re: presenting improvisation
in Daniel Lepkoff's workshop at the Festival of Interactive Physics
Body of Work
interview with Daniel Lepkoff
Steve Paxton – Extraordinarily Ordinary and Ordinarily Extraordinary
Still Moving:Contact Improvisation, or, What Happens When I Focus My Attention on the Sensations of Gravity, the Earth, and My Partner?
Transitions:Remembering John Marinelli (1948–1999)
Out in the Field:After Thoughts
a review of my own audiencing
Improvisation & the Sense of Imagination
Still Moving:Questions Not to Ask
Studies on Infinity
Math in Performance
an interview with Daniel Lepkoff
Daniel Lepkoff and Lisa Nelson talk about their work
Round Up:The Educational Value of Contact Improvisation for the College Student
Steps toward an aesthetics of weight in Contact Improvisation
A provocative talk by economist CI dancer Christian Felber, at the contactfestival freiburg 2014
with responses by Adrian Russi, Eckhard Müller, Sara Shelton Mann, Steve Paxton, Daniel Lepkoff, Nita Little, and Nancy Stark Smith
One History of Contact Improvisation
a talk given by Nancy Stark Smith at the International Contact Festival Freiburg, Germany, 2005
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