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Dancing the Face Of Place: Environmental Dance and Eco-Phenomenology

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Journal publication date12/2010
JournalPerformance Research
Journal number4
Number of pages8
Original languageEnglish


This article explores how environmental dance can generate ecological knowledge and deepen environmental values by developing human kinaesthetic consciousness of non-human nature. Furthermore, the article indicates how eco-phenomenology provides the best means of grasping environmental dance as an axiological praxis.