dance science

What I like to call “dance science” is a principle-based approach to dancing that explores the capacity of the medium to extrapolate at the scale of (human body in) motion what otherwise occurs or operates at the scale of cellular interaction. In the context of “dance science” the superficial (literally meaning: the surface, the visible, the skin) is only as interesting as it is capable of evidencing that an activity under-the-surface has indeed taken place. The further purpose of “dance science” then emerges in the asking of the question: what under-the-surface activity does motion registered at the scale of surface evidence? And how?