In recent years, the contemporary art institutions often organize exhibitions by professional choreographers. Instead of focusing on the documentation and archival materials, they emphasize the movement and interaction with the audience. In his essay choreographer and dancer William Forsythe considers a choreographic thinking not linked to the artist's body. In a broader perspective, critic and curator Dorothea von Hantelmann looks at the performative – phenomenological and live communication-based art practice.
Reading workshop's texts:
• William Forsythe. Choreographic Objects.
• Dorothea von Hantelmann. The Experiential Turn. 2014