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The project explores the impact and potential of engaging in co-creative movement practices and produce knowledge on the role of dance and artistic expression as a novel way to work with and transform the experience of the body and self in illness.

The project pilots a program of five co-creative dance workshops specifically designed for young cancer survivors as they face late-effects of cancer treatment and recovery at pivotal moments in their lives. Dance, a form of physical activity that incorporates elements of creativity, self-expression, and social interaction, has the potential to provide a unique form of rehabilitation for cancer survivors.

Last Updated 24.11.2023