Tracing Forwards –––––– the question of (human) nature (Feb 2019)

beach, sunset

In this month's Editorial, the name of the upcoming IDOCDE Symposium, our 7th, is officially announced. Following the short introduction to the Symposium's topic is a contemplative reflection, written by Eszter Gál. Eszter shares a poetic meditation on the notion of experience, and time; consciousness, human-ness, and (the) nature (of it all).

with love and devotion
pavleheidler for Team IDOCDE


With the IDOCDE Editorials we wish to bring you the most recent updates and news from across Europe on a monthly basis. Writers of the Editorials are MINDTHEDANCE researchers coming from IDOCDE's partner-institutions and Team IDOCDE aka Staff Members. Each month a different person takes the initiative to write about the state of their research, most recent ongoings in their homelands relating to any topic that might influence the life of a dancer. These might include updates regarding the socio-economic, or political climate, institutional or freelance opportunities or the lack thereof, etc. We hope you'll find your way to the IDOCDE Editorial.

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The 7th IDOCDE Symposium, entitled Tracing Forwards –––– intersecting (somatic) legacies and future (art) practices will take place on July 26-28, 2019 at Vienna’s Arsenal. APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 8, 2019.

This year's residencies will be facilitated by Nita Little and Charles Koroneho!

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