Project leader: Asaf Bachrach
In collaboration with:
STAPS Paris 10
Effects and structures of the interaction between individuals in situ remain minimally tested by the cognitive sciences. The sociocultural existence underlie nevertheless our understanding of the world, our feelings and our motricity.
The ICI project leans on the model of the joint improvisation in dance to analyze these interactive processes, by accompanying the dance workshop of C. Marcadé in the CNSAD and with the general public. In the intersection of art and science, the ICI project suggests feeding the scientific research of the expertise of the artists, and consider the artistic practice as a natural laboratory to study social interaction.
By which ways the dancers succeed in giving themselves jointly a "grammar" for their interactions ( Synchronicity, emotional / attentive tuning) ? What is the consequence on their state, and longer-term on their emotional and neuro-cognitive skills ? What to conclude from it on the social interaction generally ?