Contact improvisation: Steve Paxton and David Woodberry, 1976.
A point of connection on the top of my head to the top of her head. We followed this point, the point moved with a mind of its own, a mind somewhere in between her body and my body. We could both fall at any moment.
Contact improvisation is one of the most important topics in dance. As a simple definition, contact improvisation is a dance technique.
Japanese Poster: Contact Improvisation. Kentaro Matsuoka (Triton Graphics). 2015
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Contact Improvisation can be done by any age group. it promotes self exploration in a social setting, creates friendships, and encourages cultural exchange.
a possible way to explore the point of contact, pivoting, rolling, sliding, pushing with partner and without