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And how to be in three places at once: A collaborative experiment

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Written together as AGA Collaborative, a trio of performer-choreographers, this piece digs into what is embodied in how we make dances. It reflects on our practices and considers the values embedded in our collaboration. As a manifestation of our working process, this writing, like our work together, makes claims about our experience, but acknowledges its temporality. Reflecting on what we have learned and defined thus far, we are open to it looking or feeling different tomorrow.
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Keywords: AGA Collaborative; choreography; co-authorship; collaboration; dancemaking; praxis

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Davidson College, University of New Mexico, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Publication date: December 1, 2018

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