> From the meeting with Simon / explore the archival history of dance. Cultural perspective. Eg. as in Music:
"ethnoaesthetic concerns in the visual and performative arts with their well-documented influence on the form and content of contemporary art both in the West and in third-world cultures under European domination. In turn, the growing restiveness of the Western avant-garde allowed a contemporary viewing of culturally distant forms that revealed both those that resembled familiar Western forms and others drawn from previously unrecognized areas of visual and verbal art."
WRITING IN THE IMAGINATION OF AN ORAL POET, by Henry Munn http://www.ubu.com/ethno/discourses/munn.html
ENDANGERED LANGUAGES, ENDANGERED POETRIES by Jerome Rothenberg, with an article Digital race to save languages, By Andy Webster http://www.ubu.com/ethno/discourses/rothenberg_endangered.html
THIS ::: http://www.booksonthemove.eu/en/shop/books/english-books/?tx_commerce_pi1[showUid]=2198&cHash=c247418171
on Dance Aztecas: http://aaaaarg.org/ref/b3af85cec04a15327d118e22e05b1eac
> From the meeting with Femke:
Find where do design and dance collide?
YES ! this :::: http://sarma.be/oralsite/pages/Strata/