This February, the MLA Lecture Series explore ways that motion is also truly remarkable, having an impact on our physical and social worlds, and, on a smaller scale, our personal and work lives. MLA Lecture Series, University College.
Marchant specializes in aesthetic theory, technique, composition and improvisation in the concert art of contemporary dance. He is the coordinator of the University College Somatic Studies Certificate Program at Washington University, offering students a curriculum in integrative movement practices, complimented by theoretical knowledge from a wide variety of fields investigating the art, spirit, and science of human movement. To be perfectly still or frozen in time is a notable phenomenon. Motion, or change of position, is a more familiar state.
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