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(RE)POSITIONING SITE DANCE DG

Local Acts, Global Perspectives

Karen Barbour (Hrsg.), Victoria Hunter (Hrsg.), Melanie Kloetzel (Hrsg.)

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Beschreibung

(Re)positioning Site Dance  - INDEX

 

A

9/11 (September 11) 196

30x30 (Fortier) 214n.19

64 Beds (Jacques) 42

350.org 245n.41

1024 Tempest (Kloetzel) 159, 164-71, 165, 168, 182n.11

 

Abbot, George 136, 137, 141, 142-3, 151-2

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance 79, 81, 85-6, 85, 86, 96-8

The Abbots Dances (Hunter) 145, 150, 153

       and belonging 135-43, 145, 147, 153-6

       choreography 143, 150

       dance development/choreography 150

       global perspectives 155-6

       and home 135-43, 145, 147, 153-6

       and human-non-human interaction 135, 139-40, 150

       and improvisation 141, 150-3

       materials and props 145-6

       methodology 156

       and New Materialism 147-8

       performances 151-3

       process 135-6, 137, 141

       remit 141, 156n.3

       somatic practice 150

Abram, David 97, 111, 224, 227-8, 263

       more-than-human 11, 261, 268-9, 270n.1

academics

       and mobility 17-18, 249, 255-6

       position of 8, 10, 68, 82

Aciman, Andre 138

activism 14, 41-6, 181n.7, 194, 211, 268, 274

       and art 46, 240

       and commons and commoning 194

       and dance 70-4, 213n.14

       and ecofeminism 67-70, 268

       and environment 11, 70-1, 234, 238, 242n.13

       and folk dance 96

       and land rights 53, 62, 64-5

       and the local 72-3

       and place 74-5

       and site dance 27, 220, 274

       see also land; Occupy movement; protest; voice

activists 47-8, 214n.25

adaptation 125-6, 235, 252, 264 see also site-adaptive performance

affect 12, 54, 70, 73, 105, 111, 122-3

       and folk dance 100

       and gardens 109, 119, 130

       and mobility 128

       and site dance 75, 91-2, 100

       and site-specific dance 127-9

       and things 139, 147, 152, 154

       see also emotion

Afternoon (Paxton) 29

agency 145, 162, 236, 240, 242n.16

       and the body 47

       and climate change 232-3

       and site dance 148

       and site-specific dance 233

air travel 256, 257 see also travel, tourism

Alberta, Canada 45, 49n.13, 144, 151, 164, 170, 181n.1, 236, 245n.37, n.38

almshouses 144, 151, 156n.1 see also George Abbot Almshouses

alternative reality 99, 180, 182n.15, 208, 209

Anderson, Jon 254-5, 257

Anderson, Lea 4, 91

animist philosophies 224, 242n.16, 246n.43 see also philosophies

Ankers, Rebecca 145, 150

Anthropocene 11, 230-1, 233, 243n.23, n.26, 244n.29

anthropocentrism 223, 232, 241n.11, 243n.25, 244n.28

       and ecofeminism 68, 69, 74

       and ecosystems 250

Aotearoa New Zealand (ANZ) 53, 54-7, 269, 270n.2, n.7

       arts festivals 75n.2, 105, 109-10, 118-19, 131n.6, n.10, n.11

       belonging to place 57

       colonialism 23, 55-6, 64, 67

       colonization 55, 56, 64

       community 57, 62, 109, 121

       contemporary dance in 57-8

       Dunedin 14

       environment 57-9

       Hamilton 53, 64-5, 109-10

       home 14, 54-5, 57-8, 63-4, 256, 270n.3

       immigration 57, 64, 65, 67, 256, 270n.2

       language 56, 75n.6

       place names 64-5

       population 56-7

       site dance practice 4-5

       sustainability 58, 69-71

       Waikato 53, 61, 64-5, 67, 71-3, 75n.11, 123, 126

       Wellington 4-5

       see also Hamilton Gardens

Apollo Missions 221

Appadurai, Arjun 162

apparatus 106, 148-9 see also props

Arab Spring 47

architecture, and site-specific dance 190-1, 195, 203, 225 see also built environment; George Abbot Almshouses

archives 63, 140-1, 143-4 see also material markers

Ardern, Jacinda 70, 75n.12

Argentina, Mothers of the Plaza Mayo 209, 214n 25

Armitage, Karole 239, 245n.41

Arnold, Matthew 94

art 40-1, 46, 94, 233, 240 see also arts festivals

Art Solution 208-9

Arts Council of England 156n.3, 211

arts festivals 4, 24, 92, 109, 128, 209, 212n.4, n.5

       ANZ 75n.2, 105, 109-10, 118-19, 131n.6, n.10, n.11

       and belonging 109, 129

       Canada 49n.13, 245n.38

       and gardens 129-30

       Sweden 196-7

       UK 209

       see also art; festivals; Hamilton Gardens

Arts Fission 233

assemblage 139, 144, 153-4, 156, 242n.21

atomic bomb 221, 222

audience

       involvement 38-40, 48n.8, 60

       mobility 31, 32, 163

       participation 38-41, 124-6, 143

       responses 60, 62-3, 71, 121-2, 126, 152

       and sited dance 211-12

Australia, Melbourne 14

awareness 17, 58-61

       ecological 242n.2, 246n.44

       ecosystems 186, 220, 226-7, 239, 246n.44, 253

       of place 5, 46, 67, 220, 226-7, 253, 260, 263-4

       somatic 72, 111, 258, 260-1

       see also embodied awareness

axiology (value theory) 219, 223, 224, 264

 

B

Baker, Gabriel 62, 71

Bakhtin, Mikhail 106, 159, 160-1, 162, 169, 180, 181n.3, n.4

Banes, Sally 29, 33, 34, 41

Barad, Karen 146, 147, 148-9, 150-1, 152, 233

Barba, Eugenio 92

Barbour, Karen 3-4, 16-17, 23-4, 72, 106, 186, 237, 262, 265

       Bliss 119-23, 120

       Dancing through Paradise 131n.10

       Fluid Echoes Dance 114-19, 117, 129

       This Place Is Here 16

       Whispering Birds 123-9, 125, 127

       see also Whenua – Land

Bashō, Matsuo 117-19, 131n.7

Bater, Patricia 87, 95-6, 101n.4

Baudelaire, Charles 201

Belarus 32, 49n.14

Belgium, Brussels 209

belonging to place 18, 105, 195, 268

       and The Abbots Dances 135-43, 145, 147, 153-6

       ANZ 57

       and festivals 90, 109, 129

       and folk dance 90, 98

       see also home; topophilia

Ben Yahmed, Bhari 208-9

Bench Diary initiative 165, 167, 182n.10

Beneath (Hunter) 227, 230

Benjamin, Walter 201

Bennett, Caileen 33

Bennett, Jane 139, 147, 153-4, 242n.16, 253

Berlin, Germany 142, 196

Betws y Coed, UK 199

Bieringa, Olive 36, 41, 42, 197

Big Dance (Khan) 189, 212n.1, n.2, 213n.15

BIRD BRAIN (Monson) 236, 237

'black face' 95

Bliss (Barbour) 119-23, 120, 131n.8, n.10

Blue Marble photo 221

Boal, Augusto 38

Bodies in Urban Space (Dorner et al) 17

body

       and agency 47

       as apparatus 106, 148-9

       and boundaries 147-8, 149, 265

       and environment 199

BodyCartography Project 36, 42, 197

Bogota, Colombia 194

Bohr, Niels 147, 148-9

Bolger, David 14

Bookchin, Murray 223

Boss, Owen 14

botanical gardens 110 see also gardens

boundaries 28-9, 36-8, 40, 43, 54, 147, 222-3

       and the body 147-8, 149, 265

Bourriaud, Nicolas 181n.4

Bowers, Martha 14, 29, 40-1, 42-3, 46, 228-9

Bowlder, Caitlin 198

Boyd, David 244n.31

bracketing 12, 111

Braidotti, Rosi 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 267-8

Brand, Naomi 33

Brecht, Bertolt 238-9

Brennan, Andrew 244n.28

Bretton Hall, Leeds, UK 227

Bretton Woods conference (1944) 221

Britannia Coconut dances 82 see also folk dance

Brother Pile 145, 151

Brown, Carol 58, 237

Brown, Trisha 17, 29-30, 36, 214n.19, 225-6

Brunswick Square, London, UK 214n.20

Brussels, Belgium 209

Bubbling Tom (Pearson) 14

Buchannan, Olivia 127, 131n.13

Buckland, Theresa 79, 85-6, 97

built environment

       and environmental ethics 224, 242n.14

       and nature 228, 237, 240, 242n.14

       and site-specific dance 226

       and walking 258

       see also architecture; urban design/planning

Burgstaller, Helene 59, 59, 61, 71, 72, 73, 75n.7, 120, 131n.8

Burney, Elizabeth 236

Burt, Ramsay 41

Bush, Lisa 234

Butcher, Rosemary 4, 91

butchers 171-2, 174, 178, 179, 180 see also Cowboys and Wurst

Butler, Judith 200, 231, 232, 243n.24

Butoh 5, 116, 118, 131n.14, 225 see also methodologies

By River and Wharf (X6 collective) 91

Byström, Helena 4

 

C

Calais, France 209, 215n.26

Calgary, Canada, 33, 163, 182n.8, 236, 245n.38 see also 1024 Tempest; Cowboys and Wurst

Caliban 165, 166-7, 168, 169, 170-1

California, USA 28, 225, 233, 234

       Lincoln Heights Jail 40

       Riverside 40, 48n.7

       San Francisco 4, 14, 31-2, 36-7, 43-4, 44

Callicott, J. Baird 242n.12

Calling Tree (Lee) 199-200

camouflage tactic 34-5, 35, 161, 238

Campbell, Wayne 31

Canada,

       Alberta flooding 164, 170, 181n.1

       arts festivals 49n.13, 245n.38

       Calgary 33, 163, 182n.8, 236, 245n.38

       colonialism 182n.11

       community 163, 165, 170

       Edmonton 45, 49n.13, 236, 245n.37, n.38

       Gros Morne Project/National Park 34, 35

       Toronto 38

carbon neutrality 69-70, 71

Carey, Melissa 63

Carlson, Ann 29, 32, 40, 42

carnival 89, 181n.4 see also festivals

Carr, Merophie 14

Carson, Rachel 221, 222, 240, 244n.31

Carter, Paul 196, 198-9, 208

Cartesian ideas 150-1, 238-9

Castelli, Federica 207-8

CETA Artists Project 43, 49n.10

Chakrabarty, Dipesh 231, 232, 243n.24

Chanel, Byb 44

Chaudhuri, Una 244n.33

Chen, XiYao 124, 126, 131n.12

Childs, Lucinda 29, 31, 33

Childs, Mark 195-6, 197-8

Chin, Mel 242n.16

Chinese Scholars' Garden 110, 114, 123-7 see also Hamilton Gardens

choreography 65-6

       The Abbots Dances 143, 150

       Bliss 120-1

       and gardens 113-14

       and gender 36-7

       Hamilton Gardens 112-14

       and improvisation 71

       informal 208, 245n.38

       place-responsive 256

       USA post WWII 220-1, 225

       Whenua – Land 60, 65-7, 74

       Whispering Birds 124

       see also dance

choreotopography 198-9

Cinque Terre, Italy 259

city see built environment

City Hall, Edmonton, Canada 45, 45, 49n.13, 236

City Hall, London, UK 190, 212n.6

City Horses (Källblad and Byström) 4

CityScapes (Pather) 4

civic rooms 195 see also public spaces

Claid, Emilyn 4, 91

Clapham, Arthur R. 241n.7

Clark, Helen 69-70, 71, 73

class 24, 89, 94-9, 193

climate change 69-70, 75n.12, 170, 230-5, 236, 270n.8 see also ecology; environment

clog dancing 80, 82-4 see also folk dance

close reading 206, 274

The Closing Circle (Commoner) 222, 241n.8

CoisCéim Dance Theatre 14

Cold War 219, 221

Coleman, Bill 34

Coleman Lemiuex & Compagnie 34, 35, 38

collaboration 161, 230

       Barbour 16-17, 110, 116, 124, 130n.3, 131n.13

       Hunter 138

       Kloetzel 18, 45, 162-3, 164, 172

Colombia, Bogota 194

colonialism 9, 18, 231, 245n.34

       ANZ 23, 55-6, 64, 67

       Canada 182n.11

       and folk dance 94, 96

       see also imperialism

colonization 56, 58, 66, 252

       ANZ 55, 56, 64

       and site-specific dance 190, 227

       see also decolonization

commodification 9, 70, 71, 98, 100, 213n.12

Commoner, Barry 222, 231, 241n.8

commons and commoning 192-5, 199-200, 213n.13 see also land

CommuniTree 165

community 7, 10-11, 14, 92, 221, 223, 226-7

       ANZ 57, 62, 109, 121

       and art 40-1

       Canada 163, 165, 170

       and ecosystems 71, 228

       global 23, 231, 273

       and identity 142

       local involvement 20n.5, 40-1, 43, 45, 47, 75n.2, 98, 130

       UK 15, 79, 80-1, 82, 142, 190

       USA 18

       see also local; togetherness

consumption 34, 42, 99, 193, 202-3, 206, 274

contact improvisation 39, 48n.6 see also improvisation

contemporary dance, in ANZ 57-8

context 28-31

control

       of land 56, 213

       of performance 10, 178, 193-4

       in/of public spaces 10, 195-6

       of rights 45

Cook, James 55

Corbeaux (Ouizguen) 209

Cornish, Helen 90

Cornwall, UK 86-7, 90

Cowan, Suzanne 14

Cowboys and Wurst (Kloetzel) 159, 171-80, 173, 175, 177, 182n.13

Cresswell, Tim 250-1, 257

Cronon, William 242n.14, 245n.39

Crouch, David 261

Croydon, UK 209-11, 210

Cultural Olympiad (Streb) 190

Cungham, Tristan 44

Cunningham, Merce 4, 28-9, 39, 219, 220, 225

 

D

Daly, Ann 28

dance 263-6, 269

       and activism 70-4, 213n.14

       and dehierarchization 229-30

       and ecology 67-70

       and embodied ways of knowing 71-2

       environment 28-9, 33-6, 91-2, 126, 149, 161, 264, 265

       experimental 91

       and feminism 67-70, 74

       in foreign places 263-6

       Māori 5, 57-8

       and nature 263-6

       and politics 46, 65-7

       postmodern 6, 7, 23, 28-9, 41, 91

       and raising awareness 67

       and social justice 67

       see also choreography; folk dance; site dance; site-specific dance; sited dance

dance festivals 190, 212n.4, 212n.5 see also festivals

Dance and Politics (Kolb ed.) 46

A Dance For You (Hunter) 15-16, 15

Dance Umbrella 199

dancers

       as apparatus 106, 148-9

       embodiment 72, 74

       and environment 33-5

       and mobility 256

       perceptual disruption 31-5

       responses (Whenua – Land) 59, 66, 67, 71

Dancers for Disarmament 42

Dances for Different Spaces (Butcher) 91

Dancing with Strangers: From Calais to England (Marcalo) 209-11, 215n.28

Dancing through Paradise (Barbour) 122-3, 131n.10

Daredevil Dances (Streb) 190

Dartmoor, UK 213n.13

Davies, John 116, 117, 118

DDT 221, 241n.5

de Beauvoir, Simone 11

De Certeau, Michel 201

Deby, Carolyn 236-7

decolonization 56-7 see also colonization

defamiliarization 29, 31

dehierarchization 48n.1, 186, 220, 229-30, 239, 240

democratization 27, 38-41, 48n.1, n.6, 222-3

Denmark, Holstebro, Festuga festival 92

Dewey, John 224

dialogism 106, 111, 112-13, 160-3, 181n.3, n.4, n.5, n.12, 209

       and polyphony 170, 171, 179, 180-1

       and site dance 159-60, 220

       and theatre 160-1

       see also methodologies

Dibley, Ben 244n.29

Diprose, Peter 114, 115

displacement 135-6, 138, 155, 249

       and gentrification 190

       and stillness 261

       and walking 257, 259-60

       Zakynthos 205

       see also gentrification; homelessness; migration

Doe, Alexandra 150

Dommett, Roy 98

Dorner, Willi 17

dualism 68, 224, 229, 242n.15

Dublin, Ireland 14

Duckler, Heidi 40, 42, 48n.8

Duncan, Isadora 28, 48n.3

Dunedin, ANZ 14

Duprees, Maddy 91

Durban, South Africa 4

 

E

Early, Fergus 91

Earth Day 242n.18

Earthrise photo 221

East, Alison 5, 58, 257, 264

Easter Rising (1916) 14

ecofeminism 11, 67-70, 74, 223-4, 268 see also activism; environmental ethics; feminism

ecology 10-11

       awareness 242n.2, 246n.44

       and dance 67-70

       and improvisation 71

       radical 223

       and site-specific dance 236-7

       see also ecosystems; environment

economic systems 9-10, 200, 221, 241n.4, n.8

ecosophy 223

ecosystems 222-3, 240n.1, 241n.7, 242n.14, 243n.26, 245n.39, 246n.44

       and anthropocentrism 250

       awareness 186, 220, 226-7, 239, 246n.44, 253

       and community 71, 228

       and gardens 110

       and site dance 230-40

       see also ecology; environment

Edensor, Tim 198

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 45, 45, 49n.13, 236, 245n.37, n.38

Egypt, Tahrir Square 208

Ehrlich, Paul and Anne 222, 231, 241n.8, 245n.41

eido-kinesis 185, 199

El-Khatib, Mohammed Samir 208

Electronic Disturbance Theatre 181n.7

Embling, Harrietanne 61, 72, 73, 75n.7

embodied awareness 268

       and foreignness 252-3

       and improvisation 263-4

       and site dance 186

       and spiralling 74, 111, 112, 130

       and stillness 260-3

       see also awareness

embodied experiences 11-12, 24, 53-4, 249-50, 274

       Bliss 122

       Fluid Echoes Dance 119

       and gardens 112, 129

       of home 139

       and mobility 252-3, 256, 257

       and stillness 260-3

       Whenua – Land 58-68, 70-5

       Whispering Birds 126-7

       and writing 267

embodied memories 135, 139-40 see also memory

embodied observation 19, 58-9, 149, 260-1

embodied reading 201-6

embodied ways of knowing 130n.2

       and dance 71-2

       and improvisation 264

       and site-specific dance 109, 111-12, 127-30

       and walking 257

embodiment 11-12, 53-4, 58-60

       and dancers 72, 74

       and yoga 120-1

Emmanouli, Nia 60

emotion 128

       Bliss 121-2

       and site-specific dance 109, 111-12

       Whenua – Land 62, 65-6

       Whispering Birds 126-7

       see also affect

enchantment of place 239, 246n.43

The End of Nature (McKibben) 232, 243n.26

English folk dance see folk dance

'Englishness' 24, 94-9

environment

       and activism 11, 70-1, 234, 238, 242n.13

       ANZ 57-9

       and body 199

       and dance 28-9, 33-6, 91-2, 126, 149, 161, 264, 265

       and dancers 33-5

       and gender 69, 74, 243n.24

       and human rights 244n.31

       and material markers 140

       merging with 35, 161, 224

       and methodology 11, 219-20, 236, 239

       and site-specific dance 240

       US attitudes to 242n.18, 246n.44

       see also ecology; ecosystems; environmental ethics; nature

environmental ethics 219, 222-40, 242n.17, 245n.34, 250

       and built environment, 224, 242n.14

       and climate change 230-2

       and feminism 223-4

       and more-than-human 222, 242n.15

       and religion 242n.12

       and site dance 185-6, 225-6, 230-40, 242n.19

       and site-specific dance 219-20, 221, 225-30

       see also ecofeminism; environment; ethics

environmental justice 186, 220, 232, 245n.34

equality, and folk dance 15, 96

Erskine, Kathryn 53, 54, 139, 249, 254-5, 256, 257

ethics 240, 241n.11, 244n.26

       of care 233

       Land Ethic 222-3, 225, 241n.11

       of performance 211-12

       and site-specific dance 226-7, 237-9, 242n.20

       see also environmental ethics

ethnogardens 110, 111 see also gardens

experience economies 200 see also economic systems; tourism

experimental dance 91 see also dance

 

F

Farris, Daisy 15, 150, 153

Feel the Earth Move: The Gros Morne Project (Coleman Lemiuex & Compagnie) 34, 35

female strength 37

feminism 146, 241n.9

       and dance 67-70, 74

       and environmental ethics 223-4

       and land 68, 70, 73

       and methodologies 12-13

       and nature 68-9

       see also ecofeminism

Fenestrations (Koplowitz) 17, 30

festivalization 15-16, 191 see also festivals

festivals 92, 209, 212n.4

       and belonging 90, 109, 129

       UK 15-16, 24, 87, 95, 156n.3, 190, 199, 212n.5

       see also arts festivals; carnival; dance festivals; festivalization; folk festivals

Festuga festival, Holstebro, Denmark 92

First Friday Art Walk 17

fit, and performance 198-201

flâneurie 201-2

Fleming, Joyce 71

flooding, Alberta, Canada 164, 166, 170, 181n.1

Fluid Echoes Dance (Barbour) 114-19, 117, 129, 131n.6

fluid places 143 see also place

Flyaway Productions 36-7, 37, 43-4

folk dance 15, 79-84, 88, 89, 94, 96-100

       and site-specific dance 90

       and tradition 94-9, 100

       see also Morris dancing; Padstow ‘Oss

folk festivals 79, 92, 97-8 see also festivals

foreigners 18, 249-50, 252-3, 256, 262, 267

foreignness 185-6, 252-3, 256, 260-1, 263, 267-8

Forest Lawn, Calgary, Canada 163, 180-1 see also Cowboys and Wurst

Forster, Margaret 144

Forster, Nathan 234

Forti, Simone 29

Fortier, Paul Andre 214n.19

Foster, Susan 28, 47

Foucault, Michel 182n.15, 241n.9

Fox, Warwick 223, 224, 226, 242n.14

Fraleigh, Sondra 11, 116, 263, 267, 270n.5

France

       Calais 209, 215n.26

       Marseille 212n.4

       Paris 207, 245n.38

Front Lawn Dances, Calgary, Canada 163, 182n.8

Fundamentals of Ecology (Odum) 222

 

G

Gaard, Greta 223

Gaia hypothesis 243n.26

Garde-Hansen, Joanne 138-9, 143

gardens

       and affect 109, 119, 130

       and arts festivals 129-30

       botanical 110

       and choreography 113-14

       design 109

       and ecosystems 110

       and embodied experiences 112, 129

       ethnogardens 110, 111

       and land 115, 123

       paradise gardens 110-11, 119

       and site-specific dance 129-30

       and tradition 109, 111, 113, 114-15

       Zen gardens 114-16, 131n.5

       see also Hamilton Gardens; public spaces

Gardiner, Stephen 231-2, 244n.27

garland dancing 82, 87 see also folk dance

The Gate City: Rail Town Reflections (Kloetzel) 17, 18

GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) 221

gender 12-13, 36-7, 69, 74, 96, 243n.24

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 221

gentrification 10, 49n.14, 190, 192, 213n.12 see also displacement

George Abbot Almshouses, Guildford, Surrey 135, 136, 136, 141-2, 144-5, 152, 156n.1 see also The Abbots Dances

geostory 233, 239, 244n.32

Germany, Berlin 142, 196

Gezi, Turkey 207

Ghost Architecture (Haigood) 31-2, 48n.4

Glasgow, UK 235, 245n.37

global 5-6, 155-6, 159, 162, 181n.1, 206, 274 see also globalization; local

global community 23, 231, 273 see also community

global warming see climate change

globalization 155-6, 162, 179, 191-2, 214n.24, 268

       and economy 221, 241n.4

       and mobility 250-2, 253

Go! Taste the City (BodyCartography Project) 197

Goffman, Ervin 201

Gordon Square, London, UK 214n.20

Gowanus Canal, New York, USA 234-5

Grand Central Station, New York, USA 30

Gray, Claire 127, 131n.13

Greece, Zakynthos 201, 203-6, 204, 205

Green, James 99

Greenwich and Docklands Festival, London, UK 190, 212n.4

Greenwood, David 251, 255, 267

Gregory, Betsy 199

Grenoside Sword Dance 79, 81, 83-4, 90, 94, 96-7, 101n.2 see also folk dance

Grinevald, Jacques 243n.26

Gros Morne Project/National Park, Canada 34, 35

Grosz, Elizabeth 200

Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA 40

Guildford, UK, George Abbot Almshouses 135, 136, 136, 141-2, 144-5, 152, 156n.1

Gulf War protest 42

 

H

Haedicke, Susan 38-9, 46

Haft, Nina 233-4, 234, 245n.35, n.36

Haigood, Joanna 14, 29, 43, 49n.12, 160

       Ghost Architecture 31-2, 48n.4

       Sailing Away 44-5, 44, 49n.14

Haiku poetry 116-18, 131n.7, 267

Halprin, Anna 4, 28-9, 39, 219, 220, 225, 236

       and natural environment 225-6, 242n.19

Halprin, Larry 225

Hamilton, Clive 243n.26

Hamilton, ANZ 53, 64-5, 109-10

Hamilton Gardens, ANZ,

       Arts Festival 109-10

       Bliss 110, 119-23, 120

       Chinese Scholars’ Garden 110, 114, 123-7, 125, 127

       choreography 112-14

       design 110-11, 113-14, 119-20, 123-4

       Fluid Echoes Dance 114-19, 117, 129

       improvisation 112, 116, 124, 126, 128

       Indian Char Bagh Garden 110, 119-23

       Japanese Garden of Contemplation 110, 114-19, 117, 129

       and the local 109-10, 170

       methodology 116, 120, 121, 124, 131n,14

       somatic practice 112, 116, 120, 124, 130

       and spiralling 116, 119, 126, 130

       and spirituality 116, 119, 121

       stillness 114, 115, 119, 121, 130

       Whispering Birds 110, 114, 123-7, 125, 127

Hammerfest, Norway 265, 266, 270n.8

Hammergren, Lena 48n.4

Haraway, Donna 155

Hardenbergh, Marylee 35, 39, 228

Harding, Garret 213n.13, 243n.25

Hare, Marangikapiua 61, 66, 72, 73, 75n.7

Harrington, Heather 208-9

Harvey, David 9, 193-4, 207

Hay, Deborah 29, 33

Heddon, Deirdre 16-17, 227

Hegel, Jody 236

Helleiner, Eric 241n.4

Henderson, Ian 138, 141-2, 151-2, 151

Henderson, Stephen 94-5

Heritage Open Days 156n.3

heterotopias 182n.15

Hickman, Larry 224

Hijikata, Tatsumi 116

Hill (Hay) 33

Hitchmough, Alexandra 131n.10, n.13

hobby horse dance 83, 85, 87, 100n.1 see also folk dance; Padstow ‘Oss

holding presence 263, 264

Holstebro, Denmark, Festuga festival 92

Homan, Richard 116, 118, 131n.6

home 13-14, 17-18, 30, 106

       1024 Tempest 164, 170

       The Abbots Dances 135-43, 145, 147, 153-6

       ANZ 14, 54-5, 57-8, 63-4, 256, 270n.3

       and archives 63, 140

       and embodied experiences 139

       and migration 135-6, 138

       see also belonging; place; rootedness

homelessness 30, 38, 42, 48n.7, 138, 190, 213n.8, n.12, 252 see also displacement

Hope, Mary Starr 37

horn dance see Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Hoskyns, Teresa 47

House of memories (Cowan) 14

Houses of Parliament, London, UK 194

Houston, Donna 232, 245n.34

How to Be a Citizen (Kreiter) 43-4

human exceptionalism 244n.29

human–non-human interaction 147, 148, 149, 152, 153-4, 155, 242n.16, 268

       and The Abbots Dances 135, 139-40, 150

       see also more-than-human

human rights and the environment 244n.31

Hunter, Antoine 44

Hunter, Victoria 3-4, 112-13, 251

       A Dance For You 15-16, 15

       Beneath 227, 230

       Moving Sites: Investigating Site-Specific Dance Performance 5, 91-2

       see also The Abbots Dances

Husserl, Edmund 224

 

I

I Will Dance Despite Everything (Art Solution) 208-9

Ian (George Abbots Almshouse resident) see Hamilton, Ian

Idaho, USA, Pocatello 17-18, 17

identity 57

       collective 141, 214n.25

       and community 142

       cultural 256

       and place 54, 57, 90, 138, 195

Illichman's Sausage Shop, Forest Lawn, Canada, 171-8 see also Cowboys and Wurst

IMF (International Monetary Fund) 221

immigration 48n.7, 49n.12, 179-80, 249, 252

       ANZ 57, 64, 65, 67, 256, 270n.2

       UK 49n.12, 211, 215n.28

       see also migration

imperialism 223-4, 237 see also colonialism

Imprints (Butcher) 91

improvisation 14, 59, 65-6, 70-1, 236, 263-4, 265

       The Abbots Dances 141, 150-3

       contact 39, 48n.6

       Cowboys and Wurst 172

       and ecology 71

       and embodied awareness 263-4

       and folk dance 88, 89, 98

       Hamilton Gardens 112, 116, 124, 126, 128

       and site 59

       and walking 257-8

In Place: Dancing Through Downtown Riverside (Kloetzel) 40

Indian Char Bagh Garden, Hamilton Gardens, ANZ 110, 119-23 see also Hamilton Gardens

indigenous people 9, 12-13, 18, 20n.5, 182n.11, 244n.31, 245n.41 252 see also Māori people

indigenous philosophies 12, 222, 239, 241n.10, 246n.43 see also philosophies

Instant Dissidence company 209-11

integration techniques 32-5, 228, 233-4

interdependence 56-7, 221, 224, 228

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 242n.18, 243n.26

International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme 243n.26

International Monetary Fund (IMF) 221

International Rescue Committee 194

intertextuality 161, 162, 191

interventions 38

       and gardens 112-13

       parks and squares 200, 206, 211

       and public space 47, 105, 185, 190, 194-5, 197, 198, 211

Ireland, Dublin 14

It began with watching (Kloetzel) 45-6, 45, 49n.13

Italy,

       Cinque Terre 259

       Rome 207

       Santarcangelo 209

       Venice 201, 202-3, 202, 212n.4

The Ivye Project (Rogoff) 32, 49n.14

 

J

Jackson, Shannon 14

Jacob, Jane 214n.17

Jacques, Sally 28, 42, 160, 230, 240

James, William 224

Japanese Garden of Contemplation, Hamilton Gardens 110, 114-19, 117, 129 see also Hamilton Gardens

Jensen, Marie Hermo 125, 131n.8, 131n.13

jet-lag 257-8

Johnson, Robert Henry 44

Jones, Owain 138-9, 143

Jordan, Stephanie 91

Jordan, Susan 4

Joshua, Prem 131n.9

journeying 20, 124, 138, 146 see also lifestyle travellers; mobility; travel

Judson Dance Theater 4, 27, 29, 41-2, 91, 220, 225

Juice (Monk) 40

 

K

Kaeja d'Dance 182n.8

Kahn, Leah 234

Källblad, Anna 4

Kause, Alison 236

Kearney, Celine 62

Keen, Hilda 98

Kershaw, Baz 38

Kester, Grant 181n.4

Khan, Akram 189, 212n.2

kinaesthetic empathy 63, 122, 186, 268

kinaesthetic responses 62-3, 111, 126, 229, 259-60

kinaesthetics 18, 75, 201, 219, 227, 229, 264, 273

King of the Jungle (Reactions.com) 196-7

King Tide: Shoreline (Haft) 233-4, 234, 245n.35, n.36

Kisselgoff, Anna 229

kloetzel&co 33, 45-6, 45, 49n.13,159

Kloetzel, Melanie 17-18, 168, 173, 175, 177, 212n.3, 213n.11, 251

       The Gate City: Rail Town Reflections 17, 18

       In Place: Dancing Through Downtown Riverside 40

       Room 234-5, 235, 245n.37

       Rooms 39-40, 45-6, 45, 234-5, 236, 245n.38

       The Sanitastics 33-5, 33

       Site Dance: Choreographers and the Lure of Alternative Spaces 5, 27, 42, 226

       see also 1024 Tempest; Cowboys and Wurst

Kolb, Alexandra 46, 48n.5, 49n.15

Koplowitz, Stephan 17, 30

Kotnik, Jure 241n.4

Kramer, Paula 148, 236

Kratzwold, Brigitte 193, 194

Kreiter, Jo 36-7, 42, 43-4, 46

Kristeva, Julia 148, 161

Kueffer-Moore, Carol 234

Kuhn, Thomas 241n.3

Kwan, San San 201-2

Kwon, Miwon 181n.6

Kyoto Protocol 239

 

L

land

       and activism 53, 62, 64-5

       control of 56, 213

       and feminism 68, 70, 73

       and gardens 115, 123

       and indigenous people 182n.11, 245n.41

       and Māori culture 17, 53-8, 64-5, 67

       and site 9, 10, 28-9

       in UK 192-3

       see also activism; commons and commoning; place; Whenua – Land 

land art 233 see also art

Land Ethic 222-3, 225, 241n.11 see also ethics

Landings (Butcher) 91

Landry, Charles 200, 201

language

       ANZ 56-7, 75n.6

       English 95

       material 161-2, 181n.5

       multiple 166-7, 170, 172, 179, 182n.14

Lansley, Jackie 4, 91

Laschke, Caterina 131n.8

Latour, Bruno 220, 233, 244n.32, 246n.43

Lee, Richard 236

Lee, Rosemary 199-200, 214n.20

Lee, Tamara 164, 165-6, 165, 168

Leeds, UK 213n.15, 227

Lefebvre, Henri 197, 214n.18

Lehmann, Jürgen 49n.15

Leicester, UK 209

Lemieux, Laurence 35

Leopold, Aldo 222-3, 225, 239-40, 241n.11, 242n.12

Levin, Laura 34-5, 159, 161, 181n.5, 237-8

Levinson, Danny 164, 167, 168, 170

Levinson, Katie 164, 166, 167

Lieberman, Oren 214n.19

lifestyle travellers 252, 254-5 see also journeying; tourism

lifeworld 11-12, 111

Light, Andrew 244n.28

Lincoln Heights Jail, California, USA 40

Liong, Angela 4, 233

Little Free Library 165, 167, 182n.9

Lo, Yeuk-Sze 242n.17, 244n.28

local 5-6, 13-18, 23, 72, 181n.1, 185, 274

       and activism 72-3

       and community 20n.5, 40-1, 43, 45, 47, 75n.2, 98, 130

       and folk dance 90, 94, 96-8

       Forest Lawn 180-1

       Hamilton Gardens 109-10, 170

       and mobility 252

       and site-specific dance 274

       see also global; place

L'Onda marches, Rome 207

London, UK 213n.12  

       Brunswick Square 199, 214n.20

       City Hall, 190, 212n.6

       City of 207

       Gordon Square 199, 214n.20

       Greenwich and Docklands Festival 190, 212n.4

       Houses of Parliament 194

       Millennium Bridge 190, 212n 6

       Olympic Park 190, 212n 10

       Queens Square 199, 214n.20

       Tottenham 199

       Trafalgar Square 189

       Woburn Square 199, 214n.20

London Olympics (2012) 94-5, 190, 213n.10

Lovelock, James 243n.26

Lowe, Louise 14

Lunn, Jonathan 91

 

M

McCormack, Derek 242n.21

McGregor, Wayne 212n.2

Machine Dance (Motionhouse Dance Company) 190

McIntosh, Christopher 110

McKibben, Bill 232, 243n.26

Mackrell, Judith 91

McLucas, Clifford 226

magic of place/performance 63, 110, 126, 166-7, 226, 245n.43

Magna Carta 15-16

Mahuta, Nanaia 65, 69, 70

Makeham, Paul 190-1, 200, 206-7, 211-12

Man Walking Down the Side of Building (Brown) 17, 29-30

Manayunk Canal, Pennsylvania, USA 31

Manchester, UK 198, 209

Mann, Susan 223

Māori people 5, 17, 53-8, 64-5, 67, 75n.4, n.5 see also Aotearoa New Zealand; Whenua – Land

Marcalo, Rita 209-11, 210, 215n.28

Margot (George Abbot Almshouse resident) 138, 141, 142, 143, 152

Margulis, Lynn 243n.26

Marinkovich, Lucy-Margaux 67, 75n.7

Market Street, San Francisco, USA 43-4, 44

Marrakech, Morocco 209

Marseille, France 212n.4

Masserini, John 18

Massey, Doreen 162, 179, 214n.24

material language 161-2, 181n.5 see also language

material markers 139-41, 142, 152, 156 see also archives; memory; ‘things’; touchstones

Mathews, Freya 224

Matzen, Qilo 234

May Day celebrations 86-7, 88 see also Padstow 'Oss

May, Hannah 116, 117

Mayall, Jeremy 75n.8

maypole dancing 82 see also folk dance

Melbourne, Australia 14

memory 140-6 see also The Abbots Dances; embodied memories; material markers

Merleau-Ponty, Maurice 11, 146-7, 224, 227-8

Merriman, Peter 192

metaphysics 139, 219, 224, 242n.15, 244n.26

methodologies 159, 161-3, 180-1, 212, 252-3, 275

       and embodied reading 201

       and environment 11, 219-20, 236, 239

       and feminism 12-13

       Hamilton Gardens 116, 120, 121, 124, 131n.14

       practice-as-research 6-7, 8

       and site 105-6

       and spiralling 111

       The Abbots Dances 156

       see also Butoh; dialogism; yoga

migration 155, 201, 206, 249, 251, 256

       and home 135-6, 138

       see also displacement; immigration; mobility

Millar, Laura 139, 140-1, 143-4

Millennium Bridge, London, UK 190, 212n.6

Millennium Square, Leeds, UK 213n.15

Miner, Mo 234

Minneapolis, USA 35, 39, 197, 228

Mitchley, Patti 116, 117, 120, 131n.8, 131n.13

mobility 185-6, 192, 212n.3, 249, 250-6, 268, 270n.3

       and academics 17-18, 249, 255-6

       and affect 128

       of audience 31, 32, 163

       and dancers 256

       and embodied experiences 252-3, 256, 257

       and globalization 250-2, 253

       and the local 252

       of sites 190, 198-9

       and site-specific dance 250-1

       see also journeying; migration; tropophilia; travel; transience

Monk, Meredith

       and environmental ethics 239, 246n.43

       Juice 40

       and site dance 28, 29-30, 43, 160, 226

Monson, Jennifer 236, 237

more-than-human 11, 240n.1, 244n.30, 259, 267-9, 270n.1

       engagement with 154, 155, 220, 223-4, 239, 255, 263

       and environmental ethics 222, 242n.15

       and foreigners/foreignness 186, 249-50, 253

       and indigenous philosophies 241n.10

       see also human–non-human interaction

Morocco, Marrakech 209

Morris dancing 82-3, 87, 94-5, 97-8, 101n.3 see also folk dance

Most Wanted (Duckler) 40

Mothers of the Plaza Mayo, Argentina 209, 214n.25

Motionhouse Dance Company 190, 213n.9

Moving Sites: Investigating Site-Specific Dance Performance (Hunter ed) 5, 91-2

Moyer, Bill 47

Murphy, Mark 4, 91

music see scores, music

My Life in Houses (Forster) 144

 

N

Næss, Arne 223, 224, 230, 232, 242n.13

Nakayama, Akiko 116, 117

Nasitir, Robin 234

nationalism 94-6

nature 11, 28-9, 223-6. 270n.1

       and built environment 228, 237, 240, 242n.14

       and dance 263-6

       end of 232, 243n.26

       and feminism 68-9

       relationship with 233-4, 236, 242n.12, n.19, 244n.32

       walking in 258-9

       wilderness 219, 226, 232, 244n.30, 249-50, 258, 264, 270n.1

       see also environment; more-than-human

Needles to Thread (Flyaway Productions) 37

neoliberalism 9-10, 98, 99, 207-8, 211, 250

       and public spaces 193-4, 196, 214n.24

Netherlands, Terschelling, Oerol festival 92

New Materialism 11-12, 135, 139, 146-53, 224, 242n.16

New York, USA 4, 29, 33, 207, 237

       Gowanus Canal 234-5

       Grand Central Station 30

       Guggenheim Museum 40

       Red Hook 14, 40, 229

       Whitney Museum 36

New Zealand see Aotearoa New Zealand

Newfoundland, Canada, Gros Morne Project/National Park 34, 35

Ngati Parekirangi 64

Ngati Wairere 109

Nina Haft and Company 233-4, 234, 245n.36

nomadic theory 253 see also mobility

Norway, Hammerfest 265, 266, 270n.8

Novack, Cynthia 48n.6

Nuit Debout marches, Paris, France 207

 

O

Occupy movement 47, 207-8, 214n.22, n.23, n.24 see also activism

Odin Teatret theatre company 92

Odum, Eugene and Howard 222

Oerol festival, Terschelling, Netherlands 92

Of All the People in All the World (Stan's Cafe) 16

Olsen, Andrea 16-17

Olympic Games (2012), London, UK 94-5, 190, 213n.10

On the Nature of Things (Armitage) 239, 245n.41

On the Waterfront (Bowers) 40

One River Mississippi (Hardenbergh) 228

opening and releasing 261, 263, 264

Orr, Marnie 236

Otake, Eiko and Koma 35, 230

Ouizguen, Bouchra 209

Out of Line (Mackrell) 91

Owles, Jenna 150

 

P

Pacific Island Nations 6, 55, 56-7, 239, 245n.41

Padstow 'Oss 79, 80, 86-90, 88, 100n.1 see also folk dance

Pai, Hsiao Hung 101n.5

Pākehā 57, 58, 65

Papworth, Aimee 15, 145, 150

paradigm shift 220, 241n.3 

paradise gardens 110-11, 119 see also gardens

Paris, France 207, 245n.38

Paris Climate Agreement 239, 246n.44

parks and squares 185, 191-2, 211-12

       design and control 195-6, 207-10

       London 199, 214n.20

       and performance 198-202

       usage 196-8

       Venice 202-3, 202

       Zakynthos 203-6, 204, 205

       see also public spaces

Pather, Jay 4

Pavlik, Carolyn 5, 42, 226

Paxton, Steve 29, 31, 33

Pearson, Mike 14, 40, 226

Pennsylvania, USA

       Manayunk Canal 31

       Swarthmore College 245n.37

Pentecost, Mandy 60

perceptual disruption 27, 31-5, 47, 225

Perec, Georges 140, 156n.2, 201

A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change (Gardiner) 231-2, 244n.27

performance 80, 182n.15

       audience involvement 38-40, 48n.8, 60

       and control 10, 178, 193-4

       ethics 211-12

       funding 40-1, 43

       magic of 63, 110, 126, 166-7, 226, 245n.43

       parks and squares 198-202

       and politics 39, 209, 214n.25

       and site 29-31, 92-3, 161, 198-201

       socially engaged 14, 190-1

       and time 30, 31-2, 35, 112-13, 115, 171-2, 182n.11, 220-1, 226-7, 242n.21

       see also named works; site-adaptive performance

performativity 146-7, 185, 190-1, 200-1, 208

Performing Ground (Levin) 34-5, 159, 161, 181n.5, 237-8

Phelan, Peggy 82

phenomenology 11-12, 110, 135, 137, 224, 227, 239, 267, 270n.1

Philadelphia, USA 39

Phillips, Mary R.N. 68, 69

philosophies

       animist 224, 242n.16, 246n.43

       indigenous 12, 222, 239, 241n.10, 246n.43

Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester, UK 198

place 8-9, 53-4, 75n.2, 255-6

       and activism 74-5

       awareness of 5, 46, 67, 220, 226-7, 253, 260-3, 268

       connection to 55, 261

       enchantment/magic of 63, 110, 126, 166-7, 226, 239, 245n.43

       fluid 143

       and identity 54, 57, 90, 138, 195

       power and politics 8-9, 23-4, 49n.14

       responses to 53, 74-5,  259-60

       role/voice of 161, 163

       and time 54, 72, 74, 110, 266

       see also home; land; local; site; topophilia

place ballets 197, 201

place-based transience 255-6, 268 see also transience

place names, ANZ 64-5

Plumwood, Val 223

Plymouth, UK 245n.37

Pocatello, Idaho, USA 17-18, 17

politics 8-9, 245n.41, 246n.42

       and dance 45, 65-7

       and folk dance 98, 99

       and performance 39, 209, 214n.25

       place and power 8-9, 23-4, 49n.14

       and site 27, 46

       and site dance 27, 46

polyphony 159-63, 181n.4, n.6, n.7

       1024 Tempest 170

       Cowboys and Wurst 178, 179

       and dialogism 170, 171, 179, 180-1

population, ANZ 56-7

The Population Bomb (Ehrlich) 222, 241n.8, 245n.41

Porch View Dances (Kaeja d'Dance) 182n.8

porosity 12, 149, 154, 190, 221, 227, 261, 265

post-truth 106, 180

postmodern dance 6, 7, 23, 28-9, 41, 91 see also dance

power, place and politics 8-9, 23-4, 49n.14

Poynor, Helen 236

The Practice of Everyday Life (De Certeau) 201

practice-as-research 6-7, 8, 10, 18, 105, 274 see also methodologies

The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life (Goffman) 201

Prestidge, Mary 4

privilege 8, 13, 68, 82, 155-6, 249, 255-6

props, Cowboys and Wurst 172, 176, 178, 182n.13 see also The Abbots Dances; apparatus

Proshansky, Harold M. 138

Prospero 166-7, 168, 169, 170

protest 49n.16, 208-9, 236, 245n.38 see also activism

public spaces 8-9

       civic rooms 195

       control in/of 10, 195-6

       design 195-8

       and neoliberalism 193-4, 196, 214n.24

       ownership 36

       and September 11 (9/11) 196

       see also commons and commoning; gardens; parks and squares

 

Q

Queens Square, London, UK 214n.20

Quintero, Karla 37

 

R

racism 95-6, 179, 232

Rainer, Yvonne 31

Ramstad, Otto 36

Rancière, Jacques 32, 38

raupatu 64-5 see also land

Reactions.com 196-7

Real People (Carlson) 40

reality, alternative 99, 182n.15

recontextualization 27, 28-31, 47, 48n.1, 225

Red Hook, New York, USA 14, 40, 229

Reeve, Sandra 236, 243n.22

relationality 143, 220, 227-8, 239, 241n.10

releasing 261, 262, 264

religion, and environmental ethics 242n.12

Renaissance (Motionhouse Dance Company) 190

representational gap 150-1

Return (Stein) 31

revivalism, English folk dance 97-8

Rhythmanalysis  (Lefebvre) 197

Rice, Marcia 86

Rickard, Eva 62, 69, 70, 71, 73

rights, control of 45

Rippon, Hugh 82-3, 84, 85, 87, 89-90

ritual 80-1, 83-4, 214n.16

River (Otake) 35, 230

rivers, given 'person' status 239-40, 246n.45

Riverside, California, USA 40, 48n.7

Rogoff, Tamar 32, 49n.14

Rome, Italy 207

Roof Piece (Brown) 214n.19

Room (Koetzel) 234-5, 235, 245n.37

Rooms (Kloetzel) 39-40, 45-6, 45, 234-5, 236, 245n.38

rootedness 54, 90, 138-9, 252, 255 see also home; topophilia

Rosenberg, Douglas 31

Ross, Janice 39, 225, 242n.19

Rouse, Joseph 150-1

Royal Holloway Great Charter Fair, UK 15-16, 15

 

S

Safe Harbour (Bowers) 228-9

Sailing Away (Haigood) 44-5, 44, 49n.14

St. Denis, Ruth 28

St. Mark’s Square, Venice, Italy 201, 202-3, 202

Salcedo, Doris 194

Salmela, Mikko 122

Salmond, Anne 55

San Francisco, California, USA 4, 14, 31-2, 36-7, 43-4, 44

The Sanitastics (Kloetzel) 33-5, 33

Sankarächärya 122-3

Santarcangelo, Italy 209

Sara, Alice 214n.19

Sara, Rachel 190, 214n.19

Sassen, Saskia 162

Schechner, Richard 38, 48n.2, 79-80

Schultz Hurst, Bethany 18

scores, movement 45, 201, 236

       1024 Tempest 167

       Cowboys and Wurst 172-3, 178

       folk dance 89

       The Abbots Dances 150

       for walking 257

       see also choreography

scores, music 207

       1024 Tempest 167

       Venice 203

       Whenua – Land 60, 70, 75n.8

scroll gardens 115, 118 see also gardens

Seamon, David 197, 201

Sennett, Richard 214n.16

Sergel, Peter 110, 124

Serra, Richard 90

Sessions, George 223, 232, 242n.13

Shakespeare, William 166, 169, 170

Shapiro, Sherry 213n.14

Sharp, Cecil 97-8, 101n.4

Shawn, Ted 28

Sheets-Johnstone, Maxine 11

Shin Somatics 258, 270n.5

Shiva, Vandana 252

Shklovsky, Victor 29

Silent Spring (Carson) 221, 222, 244n.31

Sinclair, Iain 212n.10

Singapore 4, 233

site 178, 229-30

       and improvisation 59

       and land 9, 10, 28-9

       and methodology 105-6

       and mobility 190, 198-9

       and performance 29-31, 92-3, 161, 198-201

       and political intentions 27, 46

       specificity 92-4, 93, 98, 130n.4, 189-90, 246n.41

       voice of 170, 181n.2

       see also place; university campus sites

Site Dance: Choreographers and the Lure of Alternative Spaces (Kloetzel and Pavlik) 5, 27, 42, 226

site dance 4-5

       and activism 27, 220, 274

       and affect 75, 91-2, 100

       and agency 148

       ANZ 4-5

       dialogic approach 159-60, 220

       and ecosystems 230-40

       and embodied awareness 186

       and environmental ethics 185-6, 225-6, 230-40, 242n.19

       and global themes 155-6

       and Māori culture 5

       political nature of 27, 46

       responses to 74

       in UK 4, 90-1

       see also dance; site-specific dance; sited dance

site-adaptive performance 17, 212n.3, 235, 240n.2, 242n.20, 251 see also adaptation; performance

site-specific dance 4, 38, 82, 213n.7

       and affect 127-9

       and agency 233

       and architecture 190-1, 195, 203, 225

       and audience 211-12

       and built environment 226

       and colonization 190, 227

       development 28-31

       and ecology 67-70, 236-7

       and embodied ways of knowing 109, 111-12, 127-30

       and emotion 109, 111-12

       and environment 240

       and environmental ethics 219-20, 221, 225-30

       and ethics, 226-7, 237-9, 242n.20

       folk dance 90

       future of 275

       and gardens 129-30

       and the global 5-6, 155-6, 274

       and landscapes 28-9

       and the local 274

       methodologies 6-8

       misuse of term 189

       and mobility 250-1

       problems/difficulties 173-4

       process 219, 227, 240

       romantic view 230, 243n.22

       USA 27, 219-20

       see also dance; site dance; sited dance

Site-Specific Performance (Pearson) 14

sited dance 24, 79, 90, 100, 148, 209, 211-12, 212n.3, 215n.28 see also dance; site dance; site-specific dance

Snow Canyon, Utah, USA 262

social justice 67

social work 14

somatic practices 4-5, 111-12, 148, 253, 264

       The Abbots Dances 150

       and awareness 72, 111, 258, 260-1

       and foreignness 256, 260-1, 263

       Hamilton Gardens 112, 116, 120, 124, 130

       Whenua – Land 58-63, 74

       and walking 258

Somdahl-Sands, Katrinka 197

South Africa, Durban 4

South Bank, London, UK 190

Spacewalk (Topf) 259

Sparrow's End (Kreiter) 36-7

speeches, and improvisation 70-2, 75n.10

Spinoza, Baruch 224

spiralling 5, 18-19, 71-2, 111-12, 130, 264-5, 274

       and ecofeminism 74

       Hamilton Gardens 116, 119, 126, 130

       and embodied awareness 74, 111, 112, 130

       and methodology 111

spirituality 75n.4, n.9, 115, 267

       and foreignness 261

       Hamilton Gardens 116, 119, 121

       Whenua – Land 55, 58-63, 66-7, 74

Spracklen, Karl 94

Square Dances (Lee) 199, 214n.20

squares see parks and squares

The Stance (Zink) 207

Stan's Café 16

Stashko, Kate 236

stave dancing 82 see also folk dance

Stein, Leah 31, 39, 228, 237

Stern, Henry 196

Stewart, Nigel 236, 258, 264-5

stillness 34, 256

       and embodied awareness 260-3

       Hamilton Gardens 114, 115, 119, 121, 130

       and mobility 250-1, 254-5, 259, 266

Stockholm, Sweden 4, 196-7

Stockholm Declaration 242n.18, 244n.31

Stockholm Exposition (1930) 48n.4

Streb, Elizabeth 190

Street Dance (Childs) 29, 33

Striding Out (Jordan) 91

Stroud, Alanya 37

Stubblefield, Eeo 236

subjecthood 238-9

subversion 27, 197, 209

Sughrue, Cynthia 83, 97

Sullivan, Nikki 146

Sunnyside, Calgary, Canada 163 see also 1024 Tempest

sustainability 10, 53-4, 232-3, 237, 241n.8, 246n.42

       ANZ 58, 69-71

Sutter, Benjamin 245n.41

Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania, USA 245n.37

Sweden, Stockholm 4 196-7

Sweeney, Rachel 236

sword dances 83-4, 101n.2 see also folk dance; Grenoside Sword Dance

systems theory 222-3, 241n.6

 

T

Tabor Smith, Amara 44

Tahrir Square, Egypt 208

Tai Chi Chuan 131n.14

Tangata whenua 55-8, 60, 64

Tansley, Arthur 222, 241n.7

Tasman, Able 55

Taylor, Diana 214n.25

Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi) 55-6, 74, 75n.6

te whare tapere 57-8

The Tempest (Shakespeare) 166

Tempting Failure Festival, Croydon, UK 209-11

terminology 8-9, 46, 130n.4, 190, 270n.1

Terschelling, Netherlands, Oerol festival 92

theatre 30-1, 48n.2, 79-80, 198, 208

       and the dialogic 160-1

       and heterotopias 182n.15

These Rooms (CoisCéim Dance Theatre) 14

This Place Is Here (Barbour) 16

‘things’, and affect 139, 147, 152, 154 see also material markers

Thomas, Susanne 91

time

       and folk dance 90, 97, 100

       and performance 30, 31-2, 35, 112-13, 115, 171-2, 182n.11, 220-1, 226-7, 242n.21

       and place 54, 72, 74, 110, 266

Timshel (Watson) 16

togetherness 195-6, 214n.16 see also community

Tompkins, Joanne 182n.15

Topf, Nancy 259

topophilia 53-4, 136-7 see also belonging; place; rootedness

Toronto, Canada 38

touchstones 106, 139-41, 144, 153, 156 see also material markers

tourism 70, 98, 99, 191, 202-3, 202, 204-5, 206, 213n.12 see also experience economies; lifestyle travellers

tradition 208, 223-4

       almshouses 144, 151

       folk dance 94-9, 100

       gardens 109, 111, 113, 114-15

       Zakynthos 204, 206

Trafalgar Square, London, UK 189

transience 146, 255-6, 266, 268 see also mobility; travel

travel 254-5 see also journeying; mobility; tourism; transience

Treaty of Waitangi (Te Tiriti o Waitangi) 55-6, 74, 75n.6

Trigg, Dylan 137-8

tropophilia 186, 249, 253-5, 268 see also mobility

Tuan, Yi Fu 137

Tufnell, Miranda 91

Turkey, Gezi 207

Turner, Cathy 163

two-square metre duet 16-17

 

U

UK

       arts festivals 209

       Betws y Coed 199

       community 15, 79, 80-1, 82, 142, 190

       Croydon 209-11, 210

       Dartmoor 213n.13

       Glasgow 235, 245n.37

       Grenoside 81, 83-4, 96-7, 101n.2

       Guildford, George Abbot Almshouses 135-6, 136, 141-2, 144-5, 152, 156n.1

       immigration 49n.12, 211, 215n.28

       and land 192-3

       Leeds 213n.15, 227

       Leicester 209

       Manchester 198, 209

       Padstow 79, 80, 86-90, 88, 100n.1

       Plymouth 245n.37

       Royal Holloway Great Charter Fair 15-16, 15

       site dance 4, 90-1

       see also London

UN Conference on the Human Environment 242n.18, 244n.31

university campus sites 16-17, 20n.3, 53, 64, 227 see also sites

urban design/planning 10, 185, 195-8, 206-7, 212, 214n.17

       and performativity 190-1, 200-1

       see also built environment; parks and squares

USA

       California 28, 225, 233, 234

            Lincoln Heights Jail 40

            Riverside 40, 48n.7

            San Francisco 4, 14, 31-2, 36-7, 43-4, 44

       choreography, post-WWII 220-1, 225

       community 18

       and environment 242n.18, 246n.44

       Idaho 17-18, 17

       Minneapolis 197

       Manayunk Canal 31

       Pennsylvania 31, 245n.37

       protest 207

       Philadelphia 39

       Pocatello 17-18, 17

       San Francisco 4, 14, 31-2, 36-7, 43-4, 44

       site dance practice 4

       site-specific dance 27, 219-20

       Snow Canyon 262

       Swarthmore College 245n.37

       Yerba Buena Center 31

       see also New York

Utah, USA, Snow Canyon 262

utterances 147-8, 149, 151, 159, 179 see also voice

 

V

Val (George Abbot Almshouses resident) 138, 141, 142

value theory see axiology

Veglio-White, Eve 66, 72, 73, 75n.7

Venice, Italy, St Mark’s Square 201, 202-3, 202, 212n.4

vibrant matter 12, 139, 147, 154, 156

vignettes 15, 128-9

       Bliss 122-3

       Fluid Echoes Dance 118-19

       Whispering Birds 126-7, 128-9

voice 8, 38, 161-3, 170, 181, 181n.2, 182n.11see also activism; utterances; Whenua – Land

von Bertalanffy, Ludwig 241n.6

Vyas, Manish 131n.9

 

W

Waikato, ANZ 53, 61, 64-5, 67, 71-3, 75n.11, 123, 126

Waikato-Tainui 64-5, 109

Waikato-Tainui Raupatu Claims Settlement Act 65

Waitangi, Treaty of (Te Tiriti o Waitangi) 55-6, 74, 75n.6

Wakes Monday 85

walking 29-30, 33, 41, 85-6, 257-60, 263, 267, 270n.6

       Calgary 163, 179

       Hamilton Gardens 124-6

       Venice 201-2

Walking on the Wall (Brown) 36

Wall, David 192-3

Walsh, Deanne 171, 173, 175, 177

Wapner, Paul 220, 232

Waring, Marilyn 70-2, 74

Warren, Karen 68, 223

Warrior Dance Day, Pacific Islands 239, 245n.41

Waterman, Stanley 97

Watson, Nikki 16

Wattchow, Bruce 261

The Weather Stations (Liong) 233

weaving as metaphor 138-9, 141, 143, 146

Weber, Andrea 35

Weckler, Lili 234

Weekly Ticket Footscray (Carr and Wells) 14

Wellington, ANZ 4-5

Wells, David 14

Wetherell, Margaret 128-9

Whenua – Land (Barbour) 53, 55, 58-74, 59, 61, 66, 72, 73, 75n.2, n.8

Whispering Birds (Barbour) 123-9, 125, 127, 131n.11, n.13

White, Lynn Jr. 243n.25

Whitehead, Alfred 224

Whitehead, Simon 199

Whitney Museum, New York, USA 36

Whybrow, Nicholas 191-2

Wickett, Matthew 44

Widrig, Patrik 31, 40

Wiener, Jesse 234

wilderness 219, 226, 232, 244n.30, 249-50, 258, 264, 270n.1 see also nature

Wilkie, Fiona 92-4, 213n.7, 251

Wilkie, Sabine 233, 243n.26, 245n.34

Williams, Sophie 75n.7

Wilson, E.O. 224

Windrush 49n.12

Wiren, Kirsten 33

Witwer, Deanna 33

Woburn Square, London, UK 214n.20

Women's March 47

Won, Won Myeong 38

World Trade Organization 47, 221

Worth, Libby 79

Wrights and Sites company 92-4

writing 7-8, 19, 112, 129, 266-7

 

X

X6 dance collective 4, 90-1

 

Y

Yerba Buena Center, San Francisco, USA 32, 48n.4

yoga 120-1 see also methodologies

 

Z

Zaccho Dance Theatre 44

Zakynthos, Greece 201, 203-6, 204, 205

Zen gardens 114-19, 131n.5 see also gardens

Zink, Liesel 207

Žižek, Slavoj 242n.16

zooming 5 see also spiralling

Zulkarnain, Iskandar 181n.7

 

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