Choreography and Ethics of Care…

Short interview with choreographer Hamish MacPherson, during the Graduate School Research Network seminar ‘Care Ethics and the Body’, by the Care Ethics Group of the University of Humanistic Studies.

British choreographer, Hamish MacPherson attended the Network seminar in Utrecht, the Netherlands. In collaboration with editors of we interviewed him. Our main interest was to find out what, in MacPhersons view, links choreography and ethics of care. Please look at the video and find out what he said.

About the author: Eveline Bolt

Eveline Bolt

In August 2012, Eveline Bolt (1959) graduated from Tilburg University. Focus in her work is quality of care for elderly and homeless people and her pre-master and masterthesis focused on these subjects. Ethics of care is thereby the entrypoint for her research, development and training activities. In the town she lives in, she is part of the board advising the city council on issues in the area of care and community development.

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