The authoress analyses the emergent form of training that has been the result of many years of her work on Ancient Greek dance 'reading' the movement from the paintings on ancient vases, relieves and other iconographic sources. She also writes about other inspirations: film, diverse form of dance, literature, and gives an example how a piece of text was made into a piece of movement. She places her discoveries in the wider context of dance theory and research quoting for example Polish dance anthropologist Roderyk Lange. She concludes her text with a statement that training in itself does not have a stable value; it constantly develops and inspires new projects. She also mentions that in her research she plans to look for the 'three-dimensional' kind of movement that would be useful in exposing the meaning and the emotional content of dance.
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