Intuitive Improvisation: A Phenomenological Method for Dance Experimentation with Mobile Digital Media

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Kozel, Susan. (2010): “Intuitive Improvisation: A Phenomenological Method for Dance Experimentation with Mobile Digital Media”, Studia UBB Philosophia issue 3, 2010:71-80.

ABSTRACT – This paper is located at the juncture of philosophical and artistic research, offering the second in a series of phenomenologically informed methods relevant to the design and creative use of mobile digital devices called the Intuitive Improvisation method. It is also part of a larger philosophical and artistic project in Social Choreographies which contributes to the ever developing field of social aesthetics by providing a perspective uniquely coloured by dance and phenomenology. Philosophical reflections upon relational aesthetics (Rancière, Bourriaud), method and intuition (Deleuze, Bergson) are contextualized by discussing the IntuiTweet project in dance and networked social media.