E=(motion)2 : Mellan rörelse och dans
Mainstream contemporary phenomenology understands the phenomenology of movement and dance through ”the lived body” of Merleau-Ponty. This paper rather suggests a phenomenology of movement and dance based on an understanding through ”the danced body” with ability to meta-feeling. It is here argued that we need to use a phenomenology of dance to understand the phenomenon of movement whatsoever. Three dimensions of our bodily dance experience are described: “the body’s centre”, “the danced body” and “the room of the dancer”. A discriminating distinction between eight types of movement experiences is proposed.
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