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2005, Vol.16, No.16

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    A Brief Consideration about ‘Dance by Itself’

    Kim,Ki-In | 2005, 16(16) | pp.1~27 | number of Cited : 0
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    One of the prominent characteristics of Modern Dance is to formulate A New Principle which make its own form in disregard of all of the traditional demand that has been demanded so far.If both the spirit of the times and a dance are inseparably related each other, a dance in modern times reflects various conditions and provides possibility which can be the ways of seeking after truth requested by the times of divinity and mutual construction. This means that we can be spiritually awakened through dancing, and attain chance that dancing can be a way of life and enlightenment itself. This article indicates that by what kind of principles ?Self-Dance? as a dance of seeking after truth is performed. ?Self-Dance? doesn?t intend to show any special contents. Although I?ve made a description of basic principles and the principles of the practicing course of Self-Dance through this article, this is not a presentation of Self-Dance?s peculiarity but a description of image?s basic principlesA dance is not filling but emptying. The gesture to make up for is confined in limitation of the body to intend something. Only to try to empty oneself is the way to reach accord with all other our neighbors - human beings, nature and the soul. Because each and every time you fill up your empty mind is returning to awareness.
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    The Liberated Body in Dance & Everyday Life: Development of Body Culture in Korea

    MalborgKim | 2005, 16(16) | pp.29~62 | number of Cited : 6
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    Nowadays academic discourses on body are the vogue in various research fields. But the seriousness and the richness of the body centered thinking really started since the development of body culture, which this writer named to explain the physical cultural phenomena of the 20th century.Therefore this paper followed the development of the body culture in Europe and America from the end of the nineteenth century to the first half of the twentieth century. And compared that with the introduction of body culture to korea through the influx of the modern civilization of the west in the early twentieth century. Also this paper explained ballet as the first and the main instrument of codifying the civilized body gestures. The physical characteristics and the body centered trend of the twentieth century culture were explained with the wild enthusiasm for gymnastics and body exercise, jazz and spectacle dance and the popular dance fever in and out of the musicals and movies. Also to understand the shock of the body as the sexual object and the western paradigm of body in korea, the traditional confucian concept of body and the method of cultivating one?s mind and body were looked into and this writer named the literary characteristics of the Chosun dynasty?s cultural atmosphere as the ?anti-body culture?.This study pointed out that the modernization of the korean culture in the early twentieth century were deeply influenced by and developed with the western paradigm of body and beauty. Also this paper examined the indexes of ?the liberated body?, that is. healthy, young, supple and attractive body in modern society. And in the post modern era, human speaks through their body.
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    The Study on Changes of Contents of Dance in Preschool Education

    Haesung Kim | 2005, 16(16) | pp.63~79 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is to research into changes of contents of dance in preschool education and to show propriety for that preschool child?s dance has to be educated as ?Choom-no-ri? in field of preschool education and has to exist as not movement education but a proper noun called ?Choom-no-ri?. To make an analysis about preschool education course is a method to well know exchange in contents of dance in preschool education. So I analyzed preschool education course of Korea from 1st and 6th now. And compared preschool education method of Japan for knowing the current of dance education in the world. And knew that preschool child?s dance in both nations must become a dance laying stress on play I.e. ?Choom-no-ri?.
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    A Study on the Feministic Perspective Attested in 「Trio A」

    ji-won Lee | 2005, 16(16) | pp.129~158 | number of Cited : 4
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    It is not so long a time that female dancers were started to be interpreted as an active and subjective entity. In fact, there had always been limitations on the expression of women before 1920s when a movement for the emancipation of women grew into a social movement. It is natural that women were demanded to play a limited sex role in such a patriarchal society. Moreover, in the light of the fact that the women emancipation movement was converted very recently into a feministic movement which females were awakened to have conscious of, the works of Yvonne Rainer comprehend post-modernistic properties and feministic significance. In particular, the women depicted in her work entitled 「Trio A」, which was choreographed in 1966, describe an independent entity irrespective of males and exclude the masculine tints remaining in feminine characters. The work is characterized by the changed costumes (training pants) and usual movements of female dancers, avoidance of the audience?s steady gaze at the dancers, mediocre bodies of the dancers (which are different from the past) and lastly, non-plotting of the dances. It was an attempt to re-create and re-form women from nothing and a product of the feministic perspective which is sure of mass-producing progressive women. In this manner, her works have a meaning in that they primarily focus on women and have new standards for women. Her works were created, materialized, and visualized on the basis of female standards. In a patriarchal and dualistic society, her works have won achievements that her self-consciousness and visible image of women restored women to subjective and central existence, presented a positive model of women, and greatly expanded the extent and boundaries of understandable arguments on women.
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    A Study on the Dance Art Form Between Prince Hyomyung and Louis XIV

    Cho, EunSook | 2005, 16(16) | pp.209~226 | number of Cited : 3
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    During the period of Prince Hyomyung Chosun, court dances were extraordinarily well developed. Although he reigned only three years, twenty-one court dances were created during his period.Nearly a century earlier than Prince Hyomyung, French court ballet reached its peak under Louis XIV. Louis first danced in public in 1651 at the age of 13 and danced until 1670. In 1661 he founded the Academie Royale de Dance. Though Prince Hyomyung and Louis XIV lived in different times and places, both were interested in dance for the purpose of strengthening the power of the king. Also, they concerned themselves with art form and aesthetics in dance.The purpose of this study is to compare the dance art form between Prince Hyomyung and Louis XIV. This study illustrates the themes, dance forms and sets in their period.