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1981
Volume 28 Number 159
  • ISSN: 1318-0509
  • E-ISSN: 2050-957X

Abstract

Abstract

The article examines the project 'Musée de la danse'/'Brouillon - An exhibition in motion' as an experiment on the innovative forms that our 'new institutions' could have according to Paolo Virno. It argues that through its 'sketches' of movement and the spatial and temporal qualities involved in them, Brouillon ('sketch' in English) constructed forms that remained constantly open and on the move, while registering a pass from the utopian togetherness of the united 'we' that 'moves together freely' of the 1960s, to today's ethics of 'doing a project with others' (Laermans). In this way the project constituted an insightful proposition of dance regarding alternative production and curation models, and the way we can meet, work and move with others today.

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