in lieu of transparency, approaching the 2019 IDOCDE symposium (April 2019)

In this month's Editorial, see the incomplete but sparkly list of the symposium keynote speakers and practitioners, also moderators of the IDOCDE residency. Alongside symposium related updates, the editorial reflects on what it's like to put together the symposium under new circumstances, which might explain how and why things have been happening recently.

Wishing you the loveliest of springs!!!

with love and devotion,
pavleheidler for Team IDOCDE

Food For The Day
How difficoult will be documenting a creative process in a cinematic way?
By maite bermudez
Can you actually dance if you are not able to play first?
By Tanja Ruta Grgić
Are we documenting what happened or what we experienced?
By Ulla Mäkinen

Featured IDOCs
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My glossary of personal terminology
A personal glossary created during Mind The dance residence in Vienna, July 2018, inspired by "Glossary of personal Terminology" by Bertha Bermudez Pascual / Mind The Dance publication
By [Multiple Creators]    2018.07.27    1    1249

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Questions which arrised during the MTD Residency BODIES AS R...
During the 3 days of our residency we created questions from our writings, embodyments and dancings.
By [Multiple Creators]    2018.07.30    0    939

The 7th IDOCDE Symposium, entitled Tracing Forwards –––– intersecting (somatic) legacies and future (art) practices will take place on July 26-28, 2019 at Vienna’s Arsenal. Applications are now closed. Thank you everyone who sent your material our way. We'll get back to you soon!

This year's residencies will be facilitated by Nita Little and Charles Koroneho!

Mind the Dance

MIND THE DANCE is a collection of essays, manuals, scores, exercises, and maps; giving voice to a multitude of stances, ideas, and applications in and around documenting movement. It aims to motivate and empower the reader-teacher-artist to use creative documenting to enhance their teaching and artistic practice.

Latest IDOCs
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Meeting Shona Dunlop MacTavish
Shona Dunlop MacTavish is a NZ dancer and choreographer who learned and danced with Gertrud Bodenwieser in the 1930ies in Vienna, and then worldwide, when the company fled Nazi-Austria. By w...
By Kerstin Kussmaul Eligible Member    2018.12.04    3    529

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auditioning, yes. but under which conditions?
a meditation on the topic of auditioning.
By Pavle Heidler Eligible Member    2018.12.02    1    519

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The Significance of Sharing
With DaPoPa (Danse Pour Parkinson), choreographer Clint Lutes invites people with and without Parkinson’s Disease to move together
By Clint Lutes Eligible Member    2018.11.16    2    471