Inspiration
This month, we are looking at navigating the gap between inspiration and creation, from first receiving inspiration, to beginning to create movement. Chime In!
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1. Where have your movement and subject ideas come from?
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2. What approaches have you used to flesh out your ideas?
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3. Once you received an inspiration, what were some of your next steps?
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4. What strategies have you used to take an inspiration and translate it into something you could use to generate movement and create a piece about?
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5. How have you handled an inspiration that seemed too big to tackle through movement? For example, refine it, abandon it, etc?
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6. How many of us have these magnificent ideas in our heads for pieces that never see the light of day? What advice do you have for those who find it hard to get started?
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7. In translating your inspirations into movement, have you found any limitations in movement’s ability to fully realize what you’re attempting to communicate? Or, have you felt that as a choreographer you were limited in your ability to access movement that fully realized your inspiration? How did you manage that hurdle?
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