Emerging bodies : the performance of worldmaking in dance and choreography / Gabriele Klein, Sandra Noeth (eds.).Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Critical dance studies ; v. 21.Publisher: Bielefeld : New Brunswick : Transcript Verlag ; Distributed by Transaction Publishers, 2011Description: 263 p. ill. (some col.) 23 cmISBN: 9783837615968; 3837615960Subject(s): Konstnärlig dans | Koreografi | Choreography | Modern dance | Postmodern dance | Movement, Aesthetics of | Dance -- Congresses | Dance -- Philosophy | Dance -- Research | Dance -- Social aspectsDDC classification: 792.62 LOC classification: GV1583 | .E44 2011Other classification: Iky
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction / Gabriele Klein, Sandra Noeth -- Dancing politics : worldmaking in dance and choreography / Gabriele Klein -- Between intervention and utopia : dance politics / Randy Martin -- Dance and work : the aesthetic and political potential of dance / Bojana Kunst -- The collective that isn't one / LIGNA in conversation with Sandra Noeth -- Jérôme Bel and myself : gender and intercultural collaboration / Susan Leigh Foster -- Transnationalism and contemporary African dance : Faustin Linyekula / Sabine Sörgel -- Flee(t)ing dances! : initiatives for the preservation and communication of intangible world heritage in museums / Anette Rein -- The bluff of contemporary dance / Monika Gintersdorfer in conversation with Gabriele Klein -- Transcription - materiality - signature. Dancing and writing between resistance and excess / Gabriele Brandstetter -- Autobiography and the coulisses : narrator, dancer, spectator / Julie Townsend -- Dance images. Dance films as an example of the representation and production of movement / Knut Hickethier -- Against the beat. Music, dance and the image in Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow-up / Michael Diers -- Gesture capture : paradigms in interactive music/dance systems / Frédéric Bevilacqua, Norbert Schnell, Sarah Fdili Alaoui -- Tables of weights and measures : architecture and the Synchronous objects project / Stephen Turk -- Synchronous objects, choreographic objects, and the translation of dancing ideas / Norah Zuniga Shaw -- Communicating, distilling, catalyzing. On the creation of dance congress worlds / Sabine Gehm, Katharina von Wilcke -- Situational worlds. Complicity as a model of collaboration / Gesa Ziemer -- Protocols of encounter : on dance dramaturgy / Sandra Noeth.
The concept of worldmaking is based on the idea that the world is not given, but rather produced through language, actions, ideas and perception. This collection of essays takes a closer look at various hybrid and disparate worlds related to dance and choreography. Coming from a broad range of different backgrounds and disciplines, the authors inquire into the ways of producing dance worlds through artistic practice, discourse and media, choreographic form and dance material. The essays in this volume critically reflect the predominant topos of dance as something fleeting and ephemeral - an embodiment of the Other in modernity. Moreover, they demonstrate that there is more than just one universal world of dance, but rather a multitude of interrelated dance worlds with more emerging every day.
This book relates to the scientific lecture program held at Dance Congress 2009 and approaches the plural, hybrid, and disparate worlds of dance and choreography; in addition to the specific discursive and medial strategies, modes, and materials of interdisciplinary perspectives. Thus, it is not only relevant in the context of dance research, but implies epistemological explosiveness as dance may be considered as an exemplary field of investigation with regard to the construction of certitude about the world in the context of assumptions, imagination, action, and perception.
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