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the choreographer’s loss is almost as sudden as the audience’s surprise (Martin, 1985, p.17).
a new form of applied choreography that reveals the continuity between thoughts, our actions and the world around us: a choreography of changes (Terlingo, 2008, p.17).
dynamic constellation of any kind, consciously created or not, self-organized or super-imposed. [Choreography is an] order observed, an exchange of forces; a process that has an observable or observed embodied order. [To choreograph therefore means to] recognize such an order, [which makes choreography an] act of interfering with or negotiating such an order (Klien, 2008, p. 1).
Choreographer, Lecturer, Researcher and Teacher