Images from December (2014) illustrating the process of musically scoring DITA dance-on-film work. Featured: musician Jef Collis (who was joined in the scoring session by Trevor Goldner.) DITA recently restored “Angle of Repose” to color and cut a version to premiere before the end of December. “Angle of Repose” was selected as one of the five best installations of ArtPrize 2013, at the old Public Museum as part of SiTE:LAB. In recent DITA dance-on-film work, we’ve experimented with a fundamental shift in sequence: the music score has been created after the movement score. The movement was created first, and the music was made to fit the movement. (And in the case of “respirador (breather),” we recorded the sound of our dancers’ interactions with their environment at The Morton building. Which is a completely different approach, wherein the dancers effectively scored their own movement, with their own movement.