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[Jun. 5th, 2012|06:02 pm]
music makes us one on the dancefloor...

but when we speak, we are not one anymore. we become... different. politicized. programmed by our social class, ambitions, by what we have lived, or what we have not lived.

is it because the dancefloor experience is superficial,
or is it because it's deeper than all our differences ?

[User Picture]From: psyrah
2012-06-05 10:16 pm (UTC)
superficial in some ways, deeper in others.
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[User Picture]From: zuma
2012-06-06 12:43 am (UTC)
dance is already in a given context, of cooperation. that's my first thought.

also, to some degree, there may be a 3rd party factor, at least in public.
then there may be a mutual notion beween the couple of dancing 'for' that audience. together. rather dancing 'at' each other.

this was a great question & i could go on...

dance is rhythmic, sensual. nonverbal, sure, but consider how hard it is to generate or maintain contentiousness in a dialogue where both parties are singing to each other...

perhaps one notion might be to dance when conversing.

i think i'm gonna try it myself with my mate.

great post, thanks.
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