One of the 20th century's milestone works, and the first interdisciplinary study on movement biomechanichs.
"Poetics of Contemporary Dance" is a major reference work originally published in French.
The two studies in the book Chronotopographies of Dance by two Slovenian authors, Eda Čufer and Katja Praznik, are a result of several years of research on contemporary dance combined into a dialogical exchange.
Toward a Philosophy of the Act is an unfinished and incomplete philosophical fragment written by Mikhail M. Bakhtin soon after he completed his studies in 1918, in the years following the October Revolution.
Thirty-seven years after its first publication, the fundamental work of the important thinker and art theoretician and critic John Berger is finally translated also to Slovenian.
Volatile Bodies is one of the key contemporary works from the area of theory and conceptualisation of the body, as it shifts the concept of the body right into the centre of philosophical theories on the subject and subjectivity.
The book Anatomy of Movement: an Introduction to the Analysis of Movement Techniques, first published in 1984, offers comprehensive access to the basics of anatomy for all movement techniques: over 1000 illustrations with comments show the bones, joints, and muscles in movement.
In prose sometimes sombre, often high-spirited, and always accessible and moving, Touching Feeling interrogates – through virtuoso readings of works by Henry James, J. L. Austin, Judith Butler, the psychologist Silvan Tomkins and others – emotion in many forms.
Dancing Modernism/Performing Politics is an important revision of the evolution of modern dance, discussing the often overlooked political dimension of modern dance.