The current research endeavors to analyze and reconstruct the ever-changing patterns of movement through various symbolic systems (art, dance, architecture). The initial incentive was the recording of the movement of the human body with a video camera and a photographic camera during the dance show “Under Cinderella’s skirt” performed by the group “Smack Dance Company”. Through the procedure of recreation and re-description of the movement of the human body (realm of Art) and through the analysis of the manner that the dancer manipulates his/her body in relation to the force of gravity (realm of dance), certain conclusions have been reached that have been expressed via various diagrams, which we have constructed. It is an undeniable fact that the data which have arisen, due to our research, have affected our way of thinking during the entire time of drafting this dissertation and, as a result, have lead us to a non-linear approach to the subject’s analysis. The aforementioned new data that have arisen through the described procedure have broadened and enhanced our perception regarding the manner that the human body reacts in the three-dimensional space, thus revealing new parallel relationships between them (Forsythe language) and determining the way of interpreting selected spatial examples (vertical panels – Storefront Gallery N.Y., horizontal panels Stage Set Opera Bonn).