Abstract

PREMIERE (2013) by Maria Hassabi presents ontological challenges to dance spectatorship and scholarship by foregrounding micro-choreographies that emerge through slow-paced movement and extended duration. Kinesthetic attunement and duration are posed as critical concepts, despite evidence that both are undertheorized as choreographic strategies for premiering new bodies and subjectivities.

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