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Critical Correspondence is an artist-driven project of Movement Research. The first iteration of Critical Correspondence was launched in March 2006 and was conceived as a platform to activate and develop critical discourse on dance and movement-based work. Critical Correspondence envisions an accumulation of voices and viewpoints that ultimately serves artists, critics, administrators and the public with an evolving verbal articulation of this art work.

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Author Title Publication Year
Jeroen Peeters Dialogues on blindness IV. Dance Theatre Journal 2006
Trajal Harrell Interview with Meg Stuart Movement Research Performance Journal 2008
Tang Fu Kuen Poetics Tang Fu Kuen Sarma 2003
Diana Theodores Rehabilitating Dance Criticism Dance Theatre Journal 2002
Eleanor Bauer Method Monster The Making Of The Making Of 2006
Scott deLahunta Dance Dramaturgy: speculations and reflections Dance Theatre Journal 2000
Jeroen Peeters Dialogues on blindness II. Dance Theatre Journal 2005
Jeroen Peeters Dialogues on Blindness I. Dance Theatre Journal 2005
André Lepecki Rethinking Words Contact Quarterly 1994
Jeroen Peeters Restless Portraits Dance Theatre Journal 2008
Jeroen Peeters Strategies of adaptation A-Prior 2001
Bojana Cvejic The Ignorant Dramaturg Maska 2010
Jacky Lansley, Lisa Nelson Growing patterns for a new imagination The Wise Body 2011
Jeroen Peeters Where is the work of art at work? Superamas. BIG 3 episodes (art / discourse) 2010
Moriah Evans Interview with Chrysa Parkinson Movement Research Performance Journal 2010
Diana Theodores On critics and criticism of dance New directions in dance 1979
Rudi Laermans, Marianne Van Kerkhoven Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (Eng.) Critical Theatre Lexicon 1998
Katleen Van Langendonck En être et ne pas être Sarma 2002
Lars Kwakkenbos, Martin Nachbar, Jeroen Peeters The art of housekeeping Sarma 2010
Lars Kwakkenbos The hurdles of broad thinking Sarma 2014

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