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IV THREE COLLABORATIVE PILLARS V.11 (We Apr 9) Gesture Theory (4). Proposition (Escher Theorem) Given a topological space X, a sequence of gesture skeleta  1 ,  2 , ...  n and a permutation  of 1, 2,... n. Then there is a topological isomorphism

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V.11 (We Apr 9) Gesture Theory (4)

Proposition (Escher Theorem)

Given a topological space X, a sequence of gesture skeleta

1 , 2, ...n

and a permutation  of 1, 2,... n.

Then there is a topological isomorphism

1@ ...[email protected]  (1)@ ...(n)@X

„The skeleta of hypergestures can be exchanged“

„a loop of lines = a line of loops“

repetition Here! of halting gesture

halting ofrepetition gesture

repetition gesture

halting gesture

Solution: Complexification + Deformation

David Lewin’scharacteristic gesture

“

i—

Complexification exchanges duration/onset ~ repetition/halting!

h Here!

g

k

Comprendre est

attraper le geste et

pouvoir continuer.

z Here!

x

u

y

X

Y

w

v

gesture morphisms: throwing gestures around

g

f

Rebecca Lazier Here!

VANISH 2002

Guerino Mazzolaand

Heinz Spoerli‘sZurich OperaBallet 2006

Rebecca Lazier: Vanish choreography Here!(7 dancers) New York City 2002

for Arnold Schönberg‘s String Trio op. 45 (1946 after heart attack)

Paper: Making Schoenberg Dance

In: Sound MovesProceedings of the Int. Conf. on Music and Dance, Roehampton Univ.

Memory and Rhetorical Trope inSchoenberg‘s String Trio(J. Amer. Musicol. Soc. 1998, vol. 51, no. 3)

Schoenberg explained the many juxtapositions of unlike material within the Trio as reflections of the delirium which the composer suffered during parts of his illness. Thus, the seemingly fragmentary nature of the Trio‘s material represents the experience of time and events as perceived from a semiconscious or highly sedated state. These unusal juxtapositions also represent ... the alternate phases of „pain and suffering“ and „peace and repose“ that Schoenberg experienced.

(Schoenberg shared his illness experience with friends and students.)

distraction/imperfection

memory ~ gestural movement

musical world

extramusical world

work

work

work

Teil 2 networksdoze off

Episode 2awaking