Motive for motion - summary

Wherever you go, the ‘motive for motion’ remains relevant.
It does not do any harm to first look back and review. Repetition is important;
you sharpen your knowledge and your skills.
The creative dance process emerges from various angles. It is not a concrete step by step plan but a logical progression of possibilities to allow the process of exploration and freedom to be able to delve deep within the dance.
There are 5 phases:

  1. Suggesting or introducing the theme
  2. Creating an inventory about the theme
  3. Exploring the theme
  4. Improvisation within the theme
  5. Presentation and reflection of the creative process

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