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gesture; action, activity; an act of changing physical location or position or of having this changed; the general activity or bustle of people or things; shifting; a change or  development, fluctuation, variation


Kinetic – relating to or resulting from movement.

“Robert Dunn applied many of composer John Cage’s principles to his movement classes. He agreed with Cage’s proposition that all sound can be heard as music, and embraced the view that every movement can be viewed as dance.” 

When Dance Became Movement, and Movement Became Material

Eva Karczag (2016)


“As eyes register movement, what a person sees is informed by the sensory awareness that his previous movements have helped him develop. He responds along the trajectories of attention that these previous movements have created. “ 


The dancing species: how moving together in time helps make us human 

Kimerer LaMothe (2019)



some thoughts about movement


Movement has always excited and inspired us.

Moving brings us into a state of aliveness that connects us to the world we are part of.

Moving can engage both body and mind in a symbiotic relationship.

When we move, our thinking becomes clearer and more focused.

When moving, our receptiveness to our imagination grows.

Moving is one conduit that allows intuitive response to unfold.

Moving is a universal language.

“…I think of dance as much broader and deeper than professional dancer’s techniques. Human beings experience rhythmic movement in the womb, so we are born with an affinity for movement and a sense of rhythm ….

I like to think of all movement as dance or it could become that, if human beings could experience moving with a kind of sense of harmony.”

The Kinaesthetic Imagination, an interview with Joan Skinner by Bettina Neuhaus, CQ Unbound 2010

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