Dancing as movement, either by rotation around a space, or repeat stepping, turning and retracing through it, is the drawing, defining and/or re-minder of the spatial Centre. Formation and repetition are the essential components of Centre-iteration which is nothing other than the physical depiction of anthropomorphised geographical being.
Dancing as gesture and gesticulation, is the opening of time upon the landscape of a body that takes from the sun, reflecting light, at its own orbital pace. The dancing body moves through and into different time zones altogether, echoed from the texture and dimensionality of the intra-corporeal action of the dance.
Dancing is the art of the border and the manipulation of the temporal.