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Title:On Fog and Forgetting: Using Obfuscated Memory as a Choreographic Tool
Author(s):Jennings, Lindsey
Contributor(s):Ziegler, Jessica
Subject(s):dance
memory
blur
Abstract:My choreographic curiosities lie in the various points of blurry overlap in this photo. As a dance-maker, I utilize characteristics of dissociation, out of body experiences, and obfuscated memory as tools for choreographing. This research has most recently manifested as a duet titled, underneath fog, then something bright, which attempts to choreographically enact rhythms of dissociative experiences. This photo of the duet is visually emblematic of the kinesthetic sensation I hope to curate for audiences of the work: it blurs senses of time and body to a point where we become unable to track where one thing ends and another begins.
Issue Date:2019
Type:Text
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URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/103792
Rights Information:Copyright 2019 Lindsey Jennings
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-05-10


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