Jonah Bokaer Moving toward an embodied technology

Wozny, Nancy
July 2010
Contact Quarterly;Summer2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p5
An interview with choreographer and performer Jonah Bokaer is presented. According to him, examining the role of human perception in performance has led to a large discovery in choreography for him. He shares his approach to thinking about movement, the body, technology, and the interplay between the three and discusses his experience of collaborating with visual artist Daniel Arsham.


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