Moving Together: Theorizing and Making Contemporary Dance
Valiz, 2017, Softcover, 432 pages, 21 × 13.5 cm
In this long-awaited book sociologist and dance criticRudi Laermans clarifies the multiple stakes of contemporary dance through a unique combination of dance studies and sociology. Detailed analyses of seminal dance works by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Meg Stuart and many others inspire the book’s first, theoretically-oriented part. The second part of the book focuses on artistic collaboration and co-creation, based on extensive dialogues with choreographers from the thriving Brussels dance scene.