Scenic space

The place where a choreography is performed is a setting that is viewed from the front and obeys the rules of perspective. At the beginning of the 20th century, however, the scenic space became the subject of research work and experimentation. In the 1970s, the American postmodern movement, which called performance codes into question decreed that dance could be performed anywhere: in lofts, parks, on the roofs of buildings... A Thema, which had every reason to exist!