Aims and Objectives
To enhance and generate new understandings of choreographic practice by bringing the knowledge of dance into conjunction with other fields such as cognitive science, biology and technology research, social science and philosophy.
To make the processes and results of this research as widely accessible and available as possible to interested specialist practitioners and the general public.
1. To organise and facilitate projects that provide inspiration for interdisciplinary artistic and scientific research.
2. To create, and make available, new tools and methods for choreographic creation, analysis and production.
3. To give critical audiences access to R-Research projects through seminars, publications, documentaries and the work of Creative Learning.