dear members of the IDOCDE community,
the time is NOW to register for the 2021 IDOCDE Residencies!!!
the residencies start next week, week 23!
this year's residencies are hosted by Alain Calliau and Imani Ramses, Kristian Larsen, Laura Rios, Lo Bil, and Silvia Marchig.
follow this link to residency descriptions and residency sign-up forms.
note that each of the residencies has been developed by the artist or artists hosting the residency. each has been described in the artist's words. please take care when calculating times and dates across time zones. thank you!
pavleheidler for Team IDOCDE

Food For The Day
imagine 12 peoples on a green sofa
By Andrea Keiz
What are you looking at?
By Andrea Keiz
Does this document refer to the past, or head to the future?
By Sabina Holzer

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[deu] Making Sense through Sensation
Reflektion über einen Workshop zu Dokumentation als Teil künstlerischer Praxis/ Forschung
By Andrea Keiz    2020.07.10    0    1649

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Thinking Bodies in Dance. A somatic R.E.A.Ch.
introduction to a Ph.D. in intermedial and somatic dance practices.
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Dancing To Silence: Becoming 'Ear-Body'
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*** click the link for symposium description!

9th IDOCDE symposium


practical and tactical applications in taking care of mortal dancing

July 26 - August 1, 2021: IDOCDE residency + symposium,

online and offline

“Why is measure of love loss?” writes Jeanette Winterson in Written on the Body. Reversing Winterson’s equation, we ask: “Why is the measure of loss love?”

The 2021 IDOCDE symposium is imagined as a celebration of everything, including loss + love, that has helped us continue practicing dancing since the onset of the global pandemic.

the call for contributions to the symposium and the application to the residency, including the detailed descriptions of the symposium and residency formats will be released soon!

Mind the Dance

MIND THE DANCE is a collection of essays, manuals, scores, exercises, and maps; giving voice to a multitude of stances, ideas, and applications in and around documenting movement. It aims to motivate and empower the reader-teacher-artist to use creative documenting to enhance their teaching and artistic practice.

Latest IDOCs
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Sense-making unfolded
This essay appeared in TQW Magazine on 24th November, 2018. I write about my experience of Meg Stuart's and Tim Etchell's piece 'Shown and Told'. It is a description of my sense-making proce...
By Christina Regorosa Eligible Member    2021.03.17    0    296

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Master Thesis
My master's thesis 'Understanding Contemporary Dance. An Epistemological Framework Drawing on Cognitive Science' seeks to extend the debate on the relationship between dance and knowledge by...
By Christina Regorosa Eligible Member    2021.03.17    0    310

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Flirting with Phenomenology in Nervous Systems
Transcript of a performative lecture at the School of Arts, KASK, in Ghent (Belgium) on the event 'How Do We Do It?' on 20-23/02/2018. It answers the question that entitled this event, in th...
By Klaas freek Devos    2021.02.23    0    335