Romain Bigé's research while affiliated with University of Nice Sophia Antipolis and other places

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Résumé: On parle souvent, à l’égard de la danse post-moderne américaine des années 1960 et 1970, de corps, de mouvements, de procédures chorégraphiques démocratiques. Pourtant, certains traits de ces danses (déhiérarchisation des parties du corps et des virtuosités, recherche de processus de décision collectifs...) s’opposent de manière critique à...
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Collective dance improvisation (e.g., traditional and social dancing, contact improvisation) is a participatory, relational and embodied art form which eschews standard concepts in aesthetics. We present our ongoing research into the mechanisms underlying the lived experience of "togetherness" associated with such practices. Togetherness in collect...
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Collective dance improvisation (e.g. traditional and social dancing, contact improvisation) is a participatory, relational and embodied art form which eschews standard concepts in aesthetics. We present our ongoing research into the mechanisms underlying the lived experience of “togetherness” associated with such practices. Togetherness in collecti...

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... In a therapeutic context, entrainment is also used as a means towards attunement between patient and therapist, allowing them to engage in a more connected process, such as through interpersonal synchronization during improvisation therapy, as described in Section 2.2.3. Having a common rhythm is thought of as a highly rewarding activity in various social contexts (McNeil, 1995); it provides a sense of togetherness or intimacy (Himberg et al., 2018;Noy et al., 2015) and has been proposed to play a major role in bonding (Tarr et al., 2014). ...
... Gueugnon and colleagues (Gueugnon et al., 2016) used the MG to measure the link between synchrony and improvisation. Himberg and colelagues (Himberg et al., 2018) explored group dynamics during MG. Most of these studies focused on a particular, mostly single feature or quality (synchrony, velocity etc.) of the interpersonal movement, thereby missing some of the data that is being generated during the MG. ...