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Monday Night Improv : Joe Moran

Joe Moran’s session will explore dancing, perception and improvisational structures as lively, generative and expansive modes of meaning: how our perceptions and thinking is seen in our dancing and can shape it, and how structures, scores and arrangements of our bodies can open up possibilities of seeing and being seen.

Joe’s work generally is informed by a variety of UK/American somatic practices and choreographic structures. He situates his work in the lineage of postmodern contemporary dance and has been influenced by artists such as choreographers Deborah Hay (US) and Rosemary Butcher (UK). In the studio, Joe often offers ‘perceptual questions’ – such as ‘what if I let go of stopping or pausing?’ – as a means to support moving to happen and as a choreographic approach.