Research Project - Invisible Wire - A new digital format for dance
The Team.
Paolo Fossa; creator and leader of the Invisible Wire project, contemporary dance and improvisation teacher for various theatres, dance companies and universities. 
Hannah Seeliger-Braun; project assistant, dancer and physiotherapy student.
 
External support: For the realisation of our project we will rely on the support of a group of dance scientists, osteopaths, physiotherapists and scientists of new media technologies.
For more information https://www.paolofossa.net/project-04

Invisible Wire’s ambition.
We are conducting a research project funded by the German National Dance Association and the German Federal Government for Culture and Media. The purpose of the project is to create a new dance platform that will offer an in-depth digital library of interviews, science papers, articles on topics such as injury prevention, individual development and self-care, as well as providing bespoke tutorials and training programmes aimed at increasing the psychophysical and artistic performance of dancers. 

References.
Some of the questions in this survey were inspired by and/or quoted from an earlier survey by my colleague Michael Loehr for his research project “Sports science as a tool for movement optimisation, injury prevention & performance enhancement in the work practice of contemporary dancers”.
Questions cited from the above mentioned research:
Section I. 6,7,8,9; Section II. 1,2,3,4,5; Section IV 2,3,4,5,6.
Here you can find the results of his very interesting investigation and research work to date:
https://michael-loehr.com/sports-science-dance-analysis/

The survey (in English) is anonymous and will take between 5 and 10 minutes to complete.
The survey is open until the end of June.
All data collected will be treated with the utmost discretion.
 
Thank you in advance for taking the time to fill out this short survey.
Your opinion is essential and valuable to our research.
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