Kinetic Reading – Live Presentation
Discover a dancer’s perspective on the reader’s imagination at work. What would imagination look like if it could move? How can dance and art interact? In this event Zoe Leigh Gadd considers the connection between movement, kinaesthetic responses and reading in a performance presentation. The audience will not be expected to participate physically in this event, but simply asked to listen, experience, watch and ponder how words can be examined through physical perspectives.
Founder of Dance Ahead and a part-time lecturer at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Zoë Leigh Gadd is a dance artist, researcher and choreographer with an extensive background in education and dance theatre contexts. Driven by creative collaboration, Zoë’s approach is interdisciplinary. She challenges audience reception and creative processes through varied devising methods.