Moving and Mapping: exploring embodied approaches to urban design and planning 2021

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Meehan, E., Garrett Brown, N., Voris, A. and Kipp, C. (2022). Moving and Mapping: exploring embodied approaches to urban design and planning 2021. in: Whybrow, N. (ed.) Urban Sensographies Routledge.
AuthorsMeehan, E., Garrett Brown, N., Voris, A. and Kipp, C.
EditorsWhybrow, N.
Abstract

This chapter explores the ways in which the sensorial understandings of the city generated by dance practitioners can provide the basis for dialogue with urban design and planning as a discipline. The ‘Moving and Mapping’ micro-project within the larger Sensing the City project focussed on embodied approaches to coming to know site, place and community. Implicit within this is the assumption that inhabitants and environments are inextricably linked; and that moving in and through the city is a way to make this inter-relationship known and thus accessible to city planners.

KeywordsDance, Somatic Practices, City, Urban Design
Year2022
Book titleUrban Sensographies
PublisherRoutledge
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Print01 Aug 2022
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Deposited28 Jun 2023
Web address (URL)https://www.routledge.com/Urban-Sensographies/Whybrow/p/book/9780367406714
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Publication related to AHRC funded project Sensing the City.

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