Mapping the Body's Movement

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Castelyn, S. 2010. Mapping the Body's Movement. South African Theatre Journal. 24 (1), pp. 220-240.
AuthorsCastelyn, S.
Abstract

Both geography and choreography are concerned with the movement of the body in
space, and in the context of South Africa, the geography of apartheid might be understood
as a legislative choreography. This article seeks to establish how aspects of geography
studies could be employed as tools to analyse the choreography of a South African
individual’s embodied experience both on and off the theatre stage.

Keywordschoreography; South Africa
JournalSouth African Theatre Journal
Journal citation24 (1), pp. 220-240
ISSN1013-7548
Year2010
PublisherTaylor & Francis
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Web address (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10137548.2010.9687931
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