That's a really good point for places! seriously that's just about the only one I can think of that remotely relates to places, I basically just gave a technique and an example and bullsh#@ed how it related to a place in "the dance federation" haha NO ideaYou pretty much had to compare the ballroom world with the toledo milk bar.
Ones all fancy and shit the other one is more natural and realistic "where do you feel the rythem" and shit like that.
But it was a pretty shit question. Did not word it as good as i would have liked to
Yeah that's how I sort of went along about it. I think we got off track from their interpretation of "places" which is most likely a physical place. I'm thinking they wanted us to pursue talking about Fran's Spanish background, Scott's inherited steps through his father and connecting with the dance studio. Of course I struggled to do any of these because all my supportive quotes and techniques had nothing to with "places" *sigh*I talked about Barry Fife and how he only finds a sense of belonging within the ballroom context (place) . Once he is removed from that context, he is lost and faces a sense of isolation and derision ? I guess he's marginalised :/ idk ... what does everyone else think ?