Creative critical representation of the choreographer’s creation process
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThis review examines Jonathan Burrows: Towards a Minor Dance, a monography by Daniela Perazzo Domm published within the Palgrave Macmillan’s New World Choreographies series. Perazzo Domm’s first monograph introduces British choreographer Jonathan Burrows, whose work is considered an important contribution to contemporary performance practices’ effort to rethink what constitutes choreography. The review focuses of the books main themes of socio-political creativity and collaboration at the intersection(s) of artist, body and composition. The review observes this through the endeavour to question relational aspects between the writer and the choreographer’s creative process.
CitationCollard-Stokes, G. (2020). 'Creative critical representation of the choreographer’s creation process'. Review of Jonathan Burrows: Towards A Minor Dance by Daniela Perazzo Domm. Dance Chronicle, 43(3), pp. 343-349.
PublisherTaylor & Francis