The raw material for Miriam Sach's solo contemporary dance was her 2004 Ph.D. thesis at the University of DÃ¼sseldorf, Germany, titled "Cerebral activation patterns induced by inflection of regular and irregular verbs with positron emission tomography: A comparison between single subject and group analysis." The question behind her research was whether different types of verbs are processed by different regions of the brain. Sach, now a neuroscientist at the University of California, Davis, embodied this difference by dancing in the various styles of processing: awkward and hunched for the irregular verbs and graceful and limber for the regular verbs.
well...I'm speechless. Id love to hear what the reviewers have to say.