Animal to Human/Human to Animal Communication
We can speculate that throat-singing was developed into arts by herdsmen, who imitated sounds of yaks (Bos grunniens). Originally they used imitation to control their herds.
Chris Swenson has gone into other direction - he is using the art in order to grasp animality. As a dancer he utilises his body to realise animal mobility and movements. At the same time as a throat-singer he goes deeper into the mind of animality.
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