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Many Bodies of Contemporary Dance, Raimund Hoghe and Tere O'Connor 1/2
The Many Bodies of Contemporary Dance with choreographer Raimund Hoghe, and lecturer, dancer and choreographer Tere O'Connor took place at DanceHouse in May.
Create worked in partnership with Dublin Dance Festival, Gradcam and ADI on this seminar that explored the many representations of the body through dance, questioning the politics of representation and movement. The panel included distinguished choreographer Raimund Hoghe and Professor Tere O'Connor, choreographer and lecturer on dance. Chair: Deirdre Mulrooney
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Part One: Raimund Hoghe presented some of the philosophies which have influenced the creation of his work, in particular Young People, Old Voices with responses from Tere O'Connor; disabled performance artist and choreographer and Scottish Dance Theatre's Dance Agent for Change Caroline Bowditch and John Scott from Irish Modern Dance Theatre.
Part Two: Dance critic Mary Kate Connolly on storytelling in dance and questions on kinship and empathy, what is a lived body onstage with response from choreographer and dancer Cindy Cuming.
Choreographer Raimund Hoghe with responses from Tere O'Connor, Change Caroline Bowditch and John Scott
Recording Date: 19-May-2010
Running Time: 54 minutes 22 seconds