Performance, feedback, revision

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Abstract

Feedback in dance is often continuous and instantaneous, two elements that other disciplines often lack. How feedback practice in dance can inform other feedback cultures was the topic of a qualitative research study. It showed that the location of knowledge is a particularly crucial topic which, if recognised, has strong potentials to change approaches to teaching and feedback beyond dance.

Corinne Jola’s practice is informed by dance (MA Choreography) and cognitive neuroscience (PhD). She lectures Psychology at Abertay University, choreographs, and teaches an embodied approach to science, aiming to spark the excitement of how we perceive, sense, and represent the human body and sense its movements amongst dancers, scientists, and the wider community. Her work has been published and performed internationally.
Original languageEnglish
Pages20
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jul 2016
Event4th IDOCDE Symposium on Contemporary Dance Education: The Importance of Being [Un]Necessary - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 29 Jul 201631 Jul 2016
https://www.impulstanz.com/en/idocde-2016/

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Conference4th IDOCDE Symposium on Contemporary Dance Education
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period29/07/1631/07/16
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Dance
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Cognitive Neuroscience
Dancers
Choreography
Qualitative Research
Psychology
Human Body

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Jola, C. (2016). Performance, feedback, revision. 20. 4th IDOCDE Symposium on Contemporary Dance Education, Vienna, Austria.
Jola, Corinne. / Performance, feedback, revision. 4th IDOCDE Symposium on Contemporary Dance Education, Vienna, Austria.1 p.
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