anti-anticipatory aesthetics (last edited: 2022)

Alys Longley, pavleheidler
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“anti-anticipatory aesthetic” names the experimental creative strategy that functions according to a principle similar to “act first, deduct later,” which–in itself–is an homage-of-sorts to Deborah Hay’s choreographic strategy “shoot, then aim.” the aim of “anti-anticipatory aesthetic” is to put observation at the centre of the creative process instead of anticipation.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsperformativity, methodology, choreo-ethics, dancing, mediated dancing
last modified27/04/2022
statusin progress
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affiliationuniversity of auckland
copyrightalys longley, pavleheidler
licenseCC BY-NC-ND

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