developing a mode of construction

developing a mode of construction

developing a mode of construction

A body through space
space around the body
a means of modal perception

When a line in space; or a band in space passes across a void; is not traced; is not shaped; is not deigned in the body but is conveyed into the space out of the body then spatial projection can begin to form a spatial plane. The line is invisible; intangible, yet dynamically is received as a tension across the body. When the shape; the line; is in the body; the shape and the body are one; the shape made visible in the body is deigned. The visible designs in the body are seen; perceived easily; they are a strong avenue to meaning from the dancer to the spectator; from me to you.

Forsythe develops spatail planes

WHEN A LINE IN SPACE;A PATTERN; IS DRAWN BY PART OF THE BODY; ONE PART TRACED INTO THE AIR; ON TO THE FLOOR; FILLING A VOID. A PROGRESSION IN SPACE OCCURS; A LINEAR PROGRESSION. THE LINE IS FELT BY THE DANCER CLEARLY; THIS IS THEIR INTENTION; THE LINE IS SEEN BY THE DANCER FLEETINGLY SO SOON OVER; PASSING BARELY VISIBLE; BARELY PERCEIVED; RECEIVED AS MOVEMENT; FLOWING ON. WHEN A BAND IN SPACE; AS SHAPED HAND; A SOLID PATTERN; IS DRAWN BY PART OF THE BODY; BY A PLANAL PART; A BROAD BAND IN SPACE IS TRACED; SHAPING OCCURS; FOR MS ARE SHAPED. But how is this perceived; this systematic functioning of spatial visualisation of the dancer; internal dialogues between body and space; but how so the body perceived in the space; when the emotions of the dancer are removed from the inventory.

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~ by beatricejarvis on August 8, 2009.

2 Responses to “developing a mode of construction”

  1. how did you taken this photo?
    it is amazing .

    • Hey;

      Yes; its taken near rhe Laban Centre on film; then I developed it with very high satauration..

      it came out better than I had imagined!

      This is scanned in.

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