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Told from the perspective of the dancers, Processing Choreography: Thinking with William Forsythe's Duo is an ethnography reconstructing the dancers' activity within William Forsythe's Duo project, written legibly for readers in dance studies, the social sciences, and dance practice. Considering how the choreography of Duo emerges through practice and changes over two decades of history (1996-2018), Elizabeth Waterhouse offers a nuanced picture of creative cooperation and institutionalized process - arguing for choreography as a nexus of people, im/material practices, contexts, and relations. As a former Forsythe dancer herself, the author gives novel insight into this choreographic community.
Elizabeth Waterhouse, born in 1979, works as a postdoc at the Institute of Theatre Studies at the University of Bern. She received her doctorate within the Graduate School of the Arts at the University of Bern/HKB and was director of the project »Motion Together« at the Free University of Berlin. Waterhouse danced from 2004-2013 in Ballett Frankfurt/The Forsythe Company. Her activities range from research of dance practice and documentation, to artistic projects developed collaboratively in the mediums of performance, dance, music, design, and visual art.
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