the map

dancenucleus

a palm is 4 fingers, a foot is 4 palms, a cubic is 6 palms, 4 cubics make a

man, a man is 24 palms, the length of the arm spread out is equal to the

height of a man,

the hairline to the chin is 1/10 the length of a man, from below the chin to

the top

of the

head is

1/8 the

height

of a man,

from

the chest

to the

hairline is

1/7 of the

height

of a man,

from

above

the

chest to

the top

of the

head is

1/6 the

height

of a man,

from

the

breast

to the

hairline

is 1/4 of

a

height of

a man.

the

distance

from

the

elbow

to the tip

of the

hand is

1/4 of a height

of a

man,

from

below

the

foot to

below

the knee

is 1/4

the

height

of a man,

from

below

the

knee to

the

root of

the

penis is

1/4 of the

height

of a man,

the

root of

the

penis is

at half

the

height

of a man,

the

distance

from

the

elbow

to the

armpit

is 1/8 of

the height of a man,

the length of the hand is 1/10 the height of a man,the distance from the chin to

the nose and the eyebrow and the hairline are equal to the ears at 1/3 of the

face.


The individual as an

entity is multifarious

and amorphous with

its shifting biological

processes and

socio-political

relations, one can

be translated into a

pluralism of

different possible

subjectivities.


The body

is more than

the contour of

its shape. What

happens when

those shapes

do not fit

their respective

codes?


Yet when one type is the role model of

civilisation, all other types of bodies are

deemed inferior, multiple cultures,

subjectivities and historicist processes

excluded as other.


Dancing is criticalkinetic

potential to

disrupt and

destabilise

normative attitudes

towards the body,

to emancipate from

constrains of mere

representation to

produce alternative

modes of being.


The death of man, the end of history, the crisis of language, the destabilisation of a

fixed centrality pave the way for the deconstruction of Woman in all other categories

and the life of animal, plant, bacteria and nonhuman entities.

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