Talking Movement Workshop 2010  approx. 11 minutes
Talking Movement began as an innovative 2-day workshop led by Miriam Rother at TDC Wychwood Barns in September 2010 to introduce artists of diverse abilities to a variety of movement languages and choreographic methods. It was meant to prepare for future accessible partnerships in the creation of dance and theatre. This bold initiative included artists who are Deaf, hearing, Blind, sighted, with and without disabilities. We experimented with dance and movement phrases together, using spoken and visual language (ASL), dance vocabularies, and methods. ASL interpreters facilitated throughout and Audio Describers improvised spoken description during portions of the work.
Participant credits at the end of the video below.