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Tireless theories and philosophies since the sixties have been striving to ontologically reveal the body and define its production in ecological and social realms. Such revelations have recently been further challenged by contribution of ‘new materialism’: ideas that are excluding the notion that matter is a passive phenomenon, encouraging a recognition of material bodies in complex and intelligent interactions with the environment and being.
To explore this state of interaction as movement, and its organization as choreography, is here a method and approach to an aesthetical practice–one that always involves the human, material and collective body. Persisting and transforming the surrounding structures of spaces, of things and causes.