Laboratory for Social Choreography 2021/2022

Rafal Kosakowski developed an identity for the Laboratory for Social Choreography at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. The laboratory offers experiences that overhaul fundamental assumptions about mind, body, society and environment. In doing so, the Laboratory for Social Choreography brings together individuals from diverse disciplines and backgrounds to envision human relations that can meaningfully respond to the challenges of our times. Its main activities center around research, development and implementation of embodied pedagogies and experimental social technologies.

“Social Choreography is a holistic practice originating from the field of dance seeking to unify organizational dynamics as held in the body, politics and social relations.”

—Michael Kliën, Director