Angela Stoll, University of Wollongong, Australia
Even When We're Breathing, We're Moving
Dance has provided a way for me to connect to the world and stay grounded during this difficult time. I feel present when I let the movement direct me. Dancing in an abandoned space allows me to freely express how I feel, developing a connection with an empty environment that has now been forgotten. Movement is a passage of time that provides a visual form of how one got from beginning to end. Exploring the relationship between time and movement through dance reveals a narrative, showcasing how the body remembers what the mind has forgotten.