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revelations, reflections, confessions; post-symposium update
Months Bleed into New Months
Martin's Alphabet
You are here – I am here
Something New
Ashes to Ashes, Water to Words
Le vierge, le vivace et le bel aujourd'hui ... [1]
a fictional season
on beauty: an unexpected debate
What I Did Not Miss This Summer
I Can Not Not Move. Can You?
IN THE SPACE OF STUDY – notes on The Legacy Project and the 2017 IDOCDE Symposium
Scores for Rest
Everlasting Words
what you give will remain yours forever
the limit of the limitless
ATTENDANCE
What can dance bring to culture?
Documentation and Identity – New lives of memories...
Solo thinking does not exist
The Importance of Being [Un]Necessary
Hot Stones Notwithstanding
Documenting what is in a flux
Symposium Preparations Under Way
Moving images are often read as “the truth”...
The Technology Coordinator
Potential for Relationship, Subversion and Emergence
A quantum LEAP to REFLEX
Abundance of Exchange – no me but for you!
Teaching Form[less]?
Questioning it all?
After a few months of ephemerality…
Failing Successfully!
Her sweet boredom…
teaching dance, flying airplanes and surgery procedures
re-creation – by the writing dance teacher
Revisiting Our Reality
The End
Roll the bones!
And now?
Treasure Hunt
News from the Arsenal
Body time & Politics
Morning training opening at K3
Symposium 2013 Vienna
Time is ticking...
"If tomatoes are a fruit, isn't ketchup...
Symposium 2013: Call for proposals
Teaching at ImPulsTanz: Call for applications
idocde meeting Stolzenhagen August 13-17, 2012
More videos please!
Hello… What are you doing here?

Hello… What are you doing here?



Who are you? 
Why are you reading these lines?

What are you doing in this life? 
Dancing? For sure! 
Writing? One way or another…
Capturing images? With the blink of an eye or maybe with the click of a shutter…
Talking? Listening? Thinking? Leading? Following? Watching? Reading? Analyzing? Sensing? Giving? Taking? Feeding? Feed backing? Recollecting?
Nothing?!

Do you have a question – for yourself or for the ones around you? 
Who is around you? Friends, family, students, teachers, colleagues, children… 
Are they curious in what you are doing? 
Are you curious in what they are doing? 
Are you curious in what you are doing?

Do you know what you are doing? 
Do you think it is necessary to know what you are doing? 
Do you want others to know what you are doing?

Are you already tired of seeking answers? 
Not up for raising more questions? 
We hope not!

Cause we are here together, to stimulate more questions and seek for more answers…

We?
- the people moving on this slippery ground called Contemporary Dance
- the movers who do not only manifest but also share their ways to move; observers who do not only look but also share their ways to see
- the teachers, who are never ending students, who are willing to learn from each other, who are constantly defining and redefining “learning” and “education” 
- the founders of idocde, who come from very different cultures, backgrounds and disciplines, who have different expectations and understandings

We are the ones who have been trying to create this common ground to document and share our know-how all around the world.

We… would like to welcome you now, to this living archive, a source book, a sharing platform, a soundboard, a vehicle that will hopefully help you to reflect on your practices of teaching!

If you are curious to know more about us feel free to stroll through the Teachers
To get a glimpse from the creation process of idocde, you can have a look in the idoc “Back in the Kitchen”. If you are willing to join idocde, please click here to fill in a signup form [link works only if you are not already logged in]. Yet a newly invited teacher, you should go ahead and start using idocde, therefore you can check “Creating an idoc” [link works for teachers only] to lead you the way. 
However, if you only prefer to rest back and just read and watch, enjoy!

I wish you a joyfully serious & seriously joyful journey around your teaching and making use of idocde!

Bon voyage!
Defne Erdur

 

May 2012