SCORE: pleasure dance

SCORE: pleasure dance (Preparation: cover all mirrors. have a notebook and pen/pencil nearby. can be done with music or in silence, whichever brings more pleasure) Instructions: move to find joy, move to feel good. Close your eyes if needed. Find what you need in your...

An imagining of accessible dance spaces

I have an imagined reality that plays in my head when I think about access and dance. It changes and becomes more and more beautiful and utopic as I learn and adapt to new information.    Currently, it looks like this.   I see a physically accessible space,...

on diagnosis

I was diagnosed with autism by a woman named Kaaren who called me a “very bright young woman” despite the fact that I put my pronouns in the first email I sent her. She asked me one question about myself in the four hours I spent in her office. In the diagnostic...

an autistic perspective on sensation in dance

an intro to my autistic perspective on sensation in dance As an autistic dancer, movement is necessary; it lets me regulate, explore, and enjoy my senses through safe access to rigor. I have recently been investigating my relationship with sensation in dance spaces. I...

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