chapter  12
Dancing – Worlding the Beach: Revealing Connections Through Phenomenological Movement Inquiry
ByVictoria Hunter
Pages 18

Site-specific dance can be defined as a dance practice created and performed in response to a particular site and location. The practice is wide-ranging and varies in terms of its aims, location and focus, from the rural to the urban, the political to the spectacle. The purpose of this article is to explore site-dance that engages with perhaps the most unpredictable and illusive of environments: the coastal landscape.