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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
Volume15
Number of pages8
Pages32-39
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

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.