Choreographic decisions - Planned or Unplanned
Action content, including
- use of different body parts
- floor work
- transfer of weight.
Dynamic content, including
Spatial content, including
- size of movement
- spatial design.
Relationship content, including:
- lead and follow
- action and reaction
- complement and contrast
Choreographic processes, including:
- refining and synthesising.
Structuring devices and form, including:
Choreographic devices, including:
- motif and development
- manipulation of number
- unison and canon.
group movement performed by the whole team at the same time;
performing of the movements of a motif or sequence in reverse order (but not in a backwards direction);
Performing backwards, as if rewinding a video.
repeated movement down a line of people one after the other;
Creating oppositions for emphasis; oppositions may be of various kinds: gestural, rhythmic, directional etc.
Only a part of the movement sequence/motif is manipulated. A movement is broken down into smaller units;
Inverting the movement phrase, executing it as if ‘looking in a mirror’. A forward step becomes a backward step; movement sideward.