Clinical (straight lines) Sharp and structured,
Symmetrical / Asymmetric
Open and wide (mostly)
Closed and geometric
Small and Big movements
Wide large movements
Extension from limbs and legs
Subtle waves/ ripple of the body
Disjointed (background and foreground depth)
Curved lines (later on)
Crossing movements (pathways)
Direction / Level:
Limb lead movements
All directions (horizontal)
Location of stage set:
Camera at front
Whole area used
Falling, controlled poise and stillness,
Stillness, softness, tension, lifting
Momentum, winding and unwinding
Apparent energy from other dancers, levels increased.
Time extended by stillness. Length unknown
Dancers hold there own rhythm, at times qued by sound.
Shape - Soft, angular, jagged
Size - Crunched up
Lines - Straight, curved, angular, vertical
Direction - Level, high, low
Location in performance space - Evenly out?
Tension, force, strength - focused or free
Speed - Same or change, stillness
Duration - Short, Sharp, constant, how long is the piece?
Number of dancers
Sex of dancers
Only males lifting? Democratic (shared)
Clusters of elements?
Lighting, shades, shadows
Hope this helps you when comparing pieces and describing the chrorography used.