In practice any clear and unpolluted configuration can function as a departure point. In mathematics, these departure points are called null-models and we may call the departure expressive spaces null-spaces.
Returning to the intensive qualities of expressive space, we recall the mantra attributed to Aristotle: The whole is more than the sum of its parts. These mores are precisely those that cannot be explained by simple extrapolation from the parts via a reductionist approach. Those mores are the emergent phenomena. Those qualitative mores are what we attempt to surgically extract and harvest.
NULLSPACE DANCE study cases:
\ Dance Groups
Study Materials by Rose Breuss including Jean Paul Sartres theory about practical freedom in groups. Learn More
\ Dancing Motoricity
Dancing Motoricity of Dorothee Günther´s Illustrations. Learn more
\ Dore Hoyer Project
Dance as an artistic practice is a multilayered phenomenon. In Cooperation with FAR – Fashion and Robotics. Learn more