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Dahyun Chae DAH100 Assignment 2 Their bodies look like have the weight of a feather, which eloquently describes the grace with which this couple moves. I would like to say that their bodies seem to cease to be plural, becoming one unit that moves and breathes together. Their jump when the man slides over the woman’s back showed how dancers use space. His entire body seems an extension of her core, the way good arms seem an extension of the back and torso. It is just gorgeous. A wide range of dance and music combinations that cross both boundaries and in so doing reveal the tension that can be created by bringing together disciplines that have evolved in different time periods, in different parts of the world and in different movements. The spacing between the couple was carefully determined in order to examine the various ways the two participants could
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  • Spring '14
  • Space, Dahyun Chae, man dancer, woman dancer

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