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Film your movement research
Tip: Cut out the parts of the video that interest you. Then you can find them again later and don't suffocate in mountains of data.
In text form
- Mind maps
- Creative writing
-Use poetry to put the unspeakable on paper (write a poem or a story).
- Conduct and record an interview with yourself
- Speak thoughts and reflections onto a recording device
Capture mind maps, movement research, drawings or look for images that represent your results for you.
For example, I often draw spatial paths or relationship constellations.
Create a collage of all your notes and sources of inspiration.
Make research results available to others
Questions I find helpful in choosing the format of the presentation:
- For whom should the research results be accessible? Who could benefit?
- What is the best format for communicating your research?
- Why is it relevant for you to share your research?
Present your results at a public showing.
A great way to get feedback from viewers.
Create a short film or trailer that conveys your research results.
You are of course free to decide whether you want to make a documentary or an artistic film.
You can share the film with a worldwide audience via social media, Vimeo or YouTube.
Create a podcast by sharing your research results.
From Soundcloud you can upload your podcasts free of charge and make them accessible to a worldwide audience.
Offer a workshop for other dance professionals and/or those interested in dance and share your research with them.
You can generate new insights together with the participants.
Create a photo book with photos from the research process, add quotes and text.