|aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 141-173) and index.
|aSeries foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: thinking choreography digitally : Technologies as ideas ; Philosophies as methods ; Choreography as examples -- Imag(in)ing the dance: choreo-nexus : Digital affectivity ; Or digital definition? -- To perceive is to abstract : Diagram ; Knowledge ; Casual nexus ; Presentational nexus ; Digital nexus -- Digital abstractions: the intuitive logic of the cut : Digital cut ; Digi-strain ; Di-fractals ; The image, between sensation and imagination -- Remembering the dance: mov-objects : What a dancing body can do (Desubjectifying the motion) ; What a technology can really do (Reobjectifying the potential) -- Can subjects be preserved? : Singularities -- Can objects change? : Calculus ; Topology ; Mereotopology -- Can objects be processes? : Generative ; Parametric ; The new ; Rationally remembering -- Thinking the dance: numbering numbers : Numbered dancers and software ballet : The abstractness of relation ; The rhythm of counting ; The detachment of technology -- When memory becomes creation : Algorithmic connections ; Algorithmic complexity -- Binary alternative -- A germ of conclusion: in abstraction.