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BIG UPDATE! a NEW Symposium and more…
reflections on the 2022 IDOCDE symposium
The April Issue – symposium description is here
The March Issue
The February Issue
The November Issue
making place for making place
Nancy Stark Smith
The May Issue: Onwards with IDOCDE!
IDOCDE Virtual Meetings starting soon!
The December Issue
The September Issue
on symposium scheduling and languaging against the odds
on beaver dams and the 7th IDOCDE symposium
in lieu of transparency, approaching the 2019 IDOCDE symposium
Tracing Forwards –––––– the question of (human) nature
New Year, New Symposium, New Story
Tradition, Evolution and Diversity – Share Your Legacy
updates, updates, updates
... how many hours in a day
The Cassiopeia score and other matters; power, pedagogy, and the imparting of knowledge
revelations, reflections, confessions; post-symposium update
Months Bleed into New Months
Martin's Alphabet
You are here – I am here
Something New
Ashes to Ashes, Water to Words
Le vierge, le vivace et le bel aujourd'hui ... [1]
a fictional season
on beauty: an unexpected debate
What I Did Not Miss This Summer
I Can Not Not Move. Can You?
IN THE SPACE OF STUDY – notes on The Legacy Project and the 2017 IDOCDE Symposium
Scores for Rest
Everlasting Words
what you give will remain yours forever
the limit of the limitless
What can dance bring to culture?
Documentation and Identity – New lives of memories...
Solo thinking does not exist
The Importance of Being [Un]Necessary
Hot Stones Notwithstanding
Documenting what is in a flux
Symposium Preparations Under Way
Moving images are often read as “the truth”...
The Technology Coordinator
Potential for Relationship, Subversion and Emergence
A quantum LEAP to REFLEX
Abundance of Exchange – no me but for you!
Teaching Form[less]?
Questioning it all?
After a few months of ephemerality…
Failing Successfully!
Her sweet boredom…
teaching dance, flying airplanes and surgery procedures
re-creation – by the writing dance teacher
Revisiting Our Reality
The End
Roll the bones!
And now?
Treasure Hunt
News from the Arsenal
Body time & Politics
Morning training opening at K3
Symposium 2013 Vienna
Time is ticking...
"If tomatoes are a fruit, isn't ketchup...
Symposium 2013: Call for proposals
Teaching at ImPulsTanz: Call for applications
idocde meeting Stolzenhagen August 13-17, 2012
More videos please!
Hello… What are you doing here?

updates, updates, updates

Dear Members of the IDOCDE Community,

Team IDOCDE is proud to be able to finally make the following announcement: the IDOCDE website arrived at the most anticipated and significant update yet! You can now––using most internet browsers––upload a wide range of video formats in a wide range of sizes to your idocs using the drag-and-drop method (see image below)! With IDOCDE’s new video player you can expect faster streaming, better playback, and easy access to the full-screen mode!

Please note: if the drag-and-drop method is not compatible with your internet browser, the available option is always to click the good-old plus sign below the main text box [see image below] which, as it always did, lets you upload documents by selecting them from the drop-down menu.




You can now upload photographs and other documents to your idocs, and change your profile picture using the same drag-and-drop method!

This is the first major update to the website’s functionality since its release, and so a definite cause for celebration. As you will know, IDOCDE’s mission is to encourage the individual practitioner in (1) recognising the specific knowledge as it’s articulated within the frame of their practice and (2) sharing this knowledge independently from the institutional frameworks of knowledge production; which are often found to be––if not exclusive, then––too slow to successfully serve this ever-growing, ever-advancing, this extremely diverse community. To do this, our long-term commitment is with making the IDOCDE website a state-of-the-arts user-friendly service, one that can help you document, store, and most importantly share your findings, the results of your research with the community as soon as you’re physically ready.


With love and devotion,
pavleheidler for Team IDOCDE

November 2018