Drawing from Blast Theory and Bourriaud's concept of Relation Aesthetics, this practice-as-research project analyses the relationship between choreography, ChatGPT, and audience interaction, using both qualitative and quantitative approaches. The aim of the project is to understand how ChatGPT can be used as a tool for generating choreographies.
To answer this question, I conducted two workshops with six participants, after which I obtained four dance sequences. Participants agreed that ChatGPT contributed to a unique and dynamic experience by creating new and innovative movements. When asked about challenging traditional notions of choreographic authorship, there was a split, with some participants expressing uncertainty.