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Articles de périodiques

Aesthetics of aerial dance and aerial circus
    Auteurs : Smith, Sonya [Auteur]
    Éditeur : Journal of Emerging Dance Scholarship Vol. 1, Dance in New Spaces with New Audiences by New Performers (part 4)
    Date de publication : 2013
    Langue : Anglais
    Description : 26 p. ; 28 cm.
    Notes : Bibliogr. : p. 23-26
    Sujets:
    Danse aérienne - Histoire
    Esthétique des arts du cirque
    Histoire de l'acrobatie aérienne
    Danse aérienne - Philosophie et théorie
    Acrobatie aérienne - Philosophie et théorie
    Danse - Esthétique



    Résumé:
    Aerial circus and aerial dance are two styles of aerial performance that use a variety of suspended objects move the human body into a vertical performance space. Aerial dance and aerial circus arise from separate lineages with distinct aesthetic values. This paper will begin by identifying the individual aesthetics and historical roots of both aerial dance and aerial circus, and articulating points of natural conflation. Blurring between aerial circus and aerial dance is perhaps reflective of a similar, global blurring across numerous performance genre. The final portion of this paper will discuss specific examples of this aesthetic blurring between aerial circus and aerial dance. This type of analysis affords greater insight into the diverse influences potentially present in any aerial performance. [editor summary]

    Localisation : Études, rapports et articles de périodiques
    Cote : 791.340 1 S6421a 2013

    Type de publication : Publication scientifique

    Disponibilité : Accessible en ligne

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