PHENOMENOLOGICAL SPACE: "I'm in the space and the space is in me."

McHose, Caryn
July 2006
Contact Quarterly;Summer/Fall2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p32
This article presents an interview with dance instructor Hubert Godard in British Columbia, Canada. Godard defines space apart from the term "topos" as the imaginary building of people's relationship to the world. He refers his desire within the metaphysical space with the word vector which represents the vector of expectation, vision and history. He considers location as one factor that affects ones perception and dealings with space.


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