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Judson Dance Theater : performative traces / Ramsay Burt.

By: Burt, Ramsay, 1953- [aut]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2006Description: x, 230 p. ill. 22 cmISBN: 0415975743; 9780415975742; 0415975735; 9780415975735; 9780203969663; 0203969669Subject(s): Judson Dance Theater -- History | Modern dans | Postmodern dance | Modern danceDDC classification: 792.809747/1 LOC classification: GV1786.J82Other classification: Iky Online resources: Table of contents only | Publisher description
Contents:
Chapter One . Introduction: Transatlantic Crossings Modernist dance theory and postmodern dance Performance and embodied experience. Discursive interventions and unruly dancing bodies. Overlapping European and American contexts. The rest of this book Chapter Two. Cunningham, Judson, and the Historical Avant- garde Walkaround Time Judson Dance Theatre conclusion Chapter Three. Minimalism, theory, and the dancing body. Simone Forti and Robert Morris Early work by Trisha Brown and Yvonne Rainer Dance theory and art theory. 'My body remains the enduing reality' Chapter Four. Allegories of the ordinary and particular. The ultimate fairy tale: Fred Herko Transgressing boundaries: David Gordon Objects and dances: Lucinda Childs and Steve Paxton Transgressing boundaries: Carolee Schneemann Chapter Five. Before and after 1968: dance, politics, and the avant-garde. Jill Johnston 16 Millimeter Earrings The new dance and African American issues Simone Forti and Bill T Jones at Woodstock Trio A at The People's Flag Show Chapter Six. Repetition: Brown, Bausch, and De Keersmaeker Formal repetition in Accumulation with Talking plus Watermotor interpellation and complicity in Cafe Muller complicity and resistance in Rosas Danst Rosas knights' moves Chapter Seven. Traces of intimacy and relationless relations Point of view One-to-one Mirroring Bausch's melancholia The politics of friendship Chapter Eight. Judson Dance Theater at the start of a new century reconstructions Judson in Europe going on, the American way Bibliography
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Book Biblioteket Brinellvägen
Ikyz Judson Available 43731002754
Book Book Biblioteket Brinellvägen
Ikyz Judson Available 43731006153
Book Book Biblioteket Valhallavägen
Iky Burt Available 43731002753
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [213]-224) and index.

Chapter One . Introduction: Transatlantic Crossings Modernist dance theory and postmodern dance Performance and embodied experience. Discursive interventions and unruly dancing bodies. Overlapping European and American contexts. The rest of this book Chapter Two. Cunningham, Judson, and the Historical Avant- garde Walkaround Time Judson Dance Theatre conclusion Chapter Three. Minimalism, theory, and the dancing body. Simone Forti and Robert Morris Early work by Trisha Brown and Yvonne Rainer Dance theory and art theory. 'My body remains the enduing reality' Chapter Four. Allegories of the ordinary and particular. The ultimate fairy tale: Fred Herko Transgressing boundaries: David Gordon Objects and dances: Lucinda Childs and Steve Paxton Transgressing boundaries: Carolee Schneemann Chapter Five. Before and after 1968: dance, politics, and the avant-garde. Jill Johnston 16 Millimeter Earrings The new dance and African American issues Simone Forti and Bill T Jones at Woodstock Trio A at The People's Flag Show Chapter Six. Repetition: Brown, Bausch, and De Keersmaeker Formal repetition in Accumulation with Talking plus Watermotor interpellation and complicity in Cafe Muller complicity and resistance in Rosas Danst Rosas knights' moves Chapter Seven. Traces of intimacy and relationless relations Point of view One-to-one Mirroring Bausch's melancholia The politics of friendship Chapter Eight. Judson Dance Theater at the start of a new century reconstructions Judson in Europe going on, the American way Bibliography

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