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The Basic Principles of Relational Flow

Relational Flow is a spatial practice between several dancers. Its foundations were discovered by Moritz Majce and Sandra Man while working on Chora (2019). Relational Flow is about working with a space of gravitational pull between the bodies, developing a multidirectional receptivity that is directed outwards and connecting to more than one other person, so that the movements created as a result form a dynamic, open continuum, creating new connections over and over. This in turn creates a space of community, which is produced by the bodies being moved by each other and allows the visitor to connect in a different way. They sense how the dancers’ movements form a group body that is shared and heterogeneous at the same time, and feel as if they are being danced with the dancers …

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