Gaga (movement language)
Gaga is a dance technique and associated vocabulary invented by the Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin. The vocabulary consists of words that indicate how movement is initiated and the body parts involved in the movement. For example, "Luna" refers to the regions encompassing the joints between the metacarpals and the proximal phalanges on the palms and feet; these areas are so named because they are circular, like the moon.
- "Interview with Ohad Naharin About Gaga". Vids.myspace.com. Retrieved May 16, 2010.
- Gaga people homepage
- Ohad Naharin on Gaga (Video)
- Gaga: Ohad Naharin’s Movement Language, in His Own Words - Quotation from Ohad Naharin about Gaga (from March 2008)
- Intro to Gaga Dance Classes - an intro to Ohad Naharin's movement language, by Deborah Friedes.
- Gaga: A Foreigner Explores Ohad Naharin’s Movement Language - An article about taking gaga class with Ohad Naharin, by Deborah Friedes.
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