Focusing on visual artists and choreographers who create sculptures and installations that direct the movements of audiences, making them dancers as much as active participants, Move sets out to show that choreography is not merely about the notation of movement on paper or in film, but that it may be equally implied by sculptural works and installations. The publication presents some of the diverse yet interconnected ways that visual art and choreography have come together over the last fifty years in the works of artists such as Allan Kaprow and Robert Morris (1950s and early 1960s), Lygia Clark and Bruce Nauman (late 1960s), Trisha Brown, Simone Forti and Franz West (1970s) and Mike Kelley, Isaac Julian and William Forsythe (late 1980s and 1990s). In the younger generation, artists with a specific interest in choreography and/or the deliberate blurring of boundaries between art and daily life include Trisha Donnelly, Christian Jankowski and Tino Sehgal. Featuring new commissions by leading international artists as well as reconstructions of seminal works from the last fifty years, this book also includes an illustrated contextual archive and timeline. Move: Choreographing You explores the interaction between visual art and dance since the 1960s. With more than 150 colour images, this beautifully illustrated book is published on the occasion of the major exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London, Haus der Kunst, Munich and K20 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf.