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2009, Vol.27, No.27

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    The Study on the Understanding of Korean Traditional Dance of the Internet Users of China Through Hallyu

    김옥순 | 2009, 27(27) | pp.1~24 | number of Cited : 3
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    The development the science technology in the 21st century is a “revolution” in that it surmounted the limit that comes from the concept of space. Such a revolution is a great achievement as it brought revolution not only in political, social, economic sense but also in cultural aspect. The advent of Internet, among others, has positioned itself as an important tool, as it serves as a bridge among people in different places, helping people to exchange their feelings at the same time, in different places. This research looked into the understanding of the Korean traditional dance through this Internet culture between Korea and China. The wind of pop culture has hit hard the enormous Chinese market under the name of “Korean Wave,” also known as “Hallyu.”This research was conducted with a hope to be a foundation for Korean traditional dance, a pure art, to serve a role in a true cultural exchange with its traditional charm of Korea, as the second round of Hallyu. As a result of the qualitative study in 2009 into Internet users (also called “netizens” in Korea) First, most of Chinese Internet users quite seriously lacked the understanding of Korean traditional dance in general, and they almost had no knowledge. Second, the interpretation on the Internet for the first time in Korea and Dance About geuchyeoteuna to work gradually, and translate the contents out of the various materials provided. Third, the work of this area of work, or at the national level, was connected to the exchange. Fourth, through in-depth interview, the 'beautiful' 'gorgeous''more and more interested 'and a brief response to the awareness of dance was in Korea.
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    Vaslav Nijinsky 「L'apres midi d' un Faune」Propensity to Primitivism - Based On Laban Movement Analysis -

    kim in sook | 2009, 27(27) | pp.25~51 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study analyzed the primitivist propensity presented in L'apres midi d'un Faune performed by Vaslave Nijinsky. For collecting and analyzing data, first, researcher looked over previous research and collected newspaper, magazines and critics which related to the piece, "L'apres midi d'un Faune". Second, researcher who is a ballet dancer and a certified movement analyst (CMA) analyzed together a 12 minutes ballet videotape performed by Paris Opera Ballet Company. All movements in the videotape analyzed in a basis of Laban Movement Analysis theory. In the result of this study, it is presumed that Vaslave Nijinsky was the first primitivist choreographer because he not only created uncivilized and uncanny movement but also excited internal emotion of a human as emphasizing the instinct of human. Moreover, Vaslave Nijinsky described human's mentality and primitivist expression not directly but implicatively with moderation of movements. Therefore, the piece, "L'apres midi d'un Faune" involves a primitivist motive such as supernaturalism, a mystique, unfamiliarity, distortion, grotesque, intensity, and religious factor.
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    A Study on the Symbolic Implication of a Ballerina in TV Advertisements - Centering on the part of Kang, Su-Jin for Lotte Department Store -

    Kim, Joo-Hee | 2009, 27(27) | pp.53~71 | number of Cited : 5
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    Centering on the parts of advertisements,「 Premium Life」,「 Autumn Premium Sale」, 「Lotte Department Store Merchandise Coupon」and 「Spring Premium Sale」 where ballerina Kang, Su-Jin appeared, this paper tried to review how the image of ballerinas is described and the symbolic meaning contained in the advertisements in terms of culture theory. The result indicated that in the TV advertisements, ballets which are body movements like habitus obtained through education and training for a long time are actively accepted and the image of the brand is set to be at the same position. Also, the life shown by Kang, Su-Jin in the virtual space is compared to the daily lives of general public in reality thereby stimulating the emotion of general public, i.e., encouraging the desire for identification and thus enhancing the image of the department. This implies the capitalistic, class oriented attributes possessed by Lotte Department Store and expresses ballets with some key words including high dignity, differentiation, satisfaction and euphoria thereby making ballet to be perceived as a high grade culture.
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    A Study on the Attributes of Deconstruction in Modern Dance of Kore - Focused on the 8th Invitational Performance of Young Dancers by Critics-

    박나훈 | 2009, 27(27) | pp.73~93 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper looked into Jacques Derrida, the founder of Deconstruction, the study of concept, the study on "Invitational Performance of Young Dancers by Critics" and the intrinsic attributes of deconstruction in the performance. Furthermore, it presented a couple of propositions on the accommodation, of deconstruction. The research investigated how the concepts of intertextuality, differance and decentering and destruction by Jacques Derrida were unfolded in the dance according to the types of choreography. The findings are as such: In terms of intertextuality, other genres and foreign dance trends are combined. The attributes of differance was in the creation of virtual space and the distortion and expansion of time and space. The decentering of deconstruction was revealed in the encounter with theatrical art, the destruction of the existing orders through collage, the repetition of motions and the borrowing of everyday movements, and the shift of interest from the existing formal dance to peripherals. Lastly, the attributes of destruction was in the new visual approach of modern reinterpretation through the destruction of traditional dance and originals; an attempt to switch from a non-verbal language to the use of language and words; the use of regular lights; and the replacement of silence with the 30-minute dancing performance. Through the Invitational Performance of Young Dancers by Critics, such attributes as the destruction of the existing choreography and the presentation of a new meaning to the stage were disclosed. As such, the attributes of deconstruction on the existing ways for the sake of the change of theatrical aesthetics have the limitations in terms of its accommodation. First, the integration of analytical and independent mode. Second, a deeper study on the prototype of our dance is needed. Third, to nurture an subjective attitude through the existing sensuous training. In conclusion, this paper has its significance in that it aimed to broaden the horizon of dance aesthetics with an independent perspective beyond indiscreet acceptance of deconstruction.
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    Lingualism in Graham's Night Journey

    Daihyun Chung | 2009, 27(27) | pp.95~115 | number of Cited : 2
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    This paper is to claim that dance is a form of language, by relying on a wide view of language where the lingual notions of meaning, interpretation, understanding and explanation are clarified in terms of communal uses of language, rather than terms of denotation or truth. What I do intelligently when I watch Martha Graham's Night Journey is to ask what the dance work may be trying to say. Then I find that I myself apply these lingual notions mentioned above to the dance work. Graham interpreted Sophocles' Oedipus Rex from a woman's point of view in order to reach her own distinct conception of tragedy and interpreted it again to express this conception in her dance movements. Graham's understanding of notions like heroin or marriage was evident in her work. She took Jocasta to be the heroin in her version of the tragedy so that Jocasta dominated the whole dance piece where Oedipus played only a minor role. Graham also used her notion of marriage between Jocasta and Oedipus to be the leading story of the dance work from the start to the end where the marriage in the case of Oedipus Rex was an event which was mentioned only in memory and never an event presented in any way on the stage. And Graham seemed to appeal to the notion of explanation when she showed a necessity in which Jocasta killed herself. For she couldn't believe herself to be a human when she found out that she married to her own son. I tried to conclude in this paper that the content of Night Journey may not be accessed apart from those lingual notions.
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    Comparative Analysis on VO2max, Bone density in the West dance and the Korea dance

    Cho kyu chung | 2009, 27(27) | pp.117~130 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study is to compare the measured values of each group that has different kinds of dancers group(Modern dancer group<n=8>, Ballet dancer group<n=8>, Korea dancers group<n=8>). The measured values are as follows; VO2max, the change of Heart Rate & Blood Pressure between resting and exercising, Total Bone Density, Trabecular Bone Density, Cortical Bone Density. University students of West dancer majors & Korea dancer major(total subjects=32), aged 20-25years, were subjected to activation analysis. Mean and standard deviation(Mean±SD) in measured values of each groups were computed and the result of comparing maximal & minimum values is as follows. In the total bone density, the measured value of west dancer was 368.65±32.94mg/c㎝-1 and of korea dance group 357.41±58.09mg/ccm. In the cortical bone density & trabecular bone density, the measured value of student group majoring in modern dance group was presented to maximal value(569.32±44.19mg/c㎝-1 & 198.49±22.29mg/ccm-1). In case of VO2max, the value of modern dance group was maximal as 46.31± 8.24ml/kg/min.
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    A Comparative Study on Body Re-education Between Bartenieff Fundamentals and Topf Technique -Focusing on Floor Work-

    Cho, EunSook | 이경희 | 2009, 27(27) | pp.131~152 | number of Cited : 8
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    Since the beginning of the twentieth century, approaches to physical movements have centered on the monistic unification of spirit and body. It is the field of interest of professionals pursuing for pure arts and is also widely extended in overall society, emphasizing movement for both preventive and therapical purpose for maintaining a person's healthy spirit. Proper physical education is necessary in order to improve ability of self-expression and personal acceptance. In other words, only when a performer makes expressions by means of concrete movements coinciding with inner perception, spirit and body form integrational harmony, enabling sound life. Body Movement Therapy being extended as new field of study, somatics began in the Western society from the beginning of 1990's and has been applied in all fields of study dealing with movements. For the purpose of rich expression and activities of movements through physical arrangement and balance, the Body Movement Therapy ultimately means re-education of body that awakens kinesthetic perception. In other words, its purpose is to stimulate one's sprit and sense and then make stimulated internality expressed as proper outer behaviors. Bartenieff Fundamentals devised by Irmgard Bartenieff: 1900-1981 are methods of body re-education to develop personal expressions both in psychological and movement functional aspects and suggest Floor Works, which are composed of 6 basic exercises. Bartenieff's floor work has much similarity to the series of movements that are made while lying down among Tapf Techniques devised by Nancy Topf, 1942-1998. Just as Bartenieff studied body re-education on the basis of Laban's theory, Tapf developed movement series for body re-education on the basis of Ideokinesis theory. These two techniques are based on anatomical structure and functional study, and have a thread of connection in the aspect of pursuing physical arrangement through unification of body and soul. In addition, they are similar in the aspect of making the performer find right movements voluntarily rather than directing him of exact postures. Purpose of this study is to research Floor Works of Bartenieff Fundamentals and Topf Technique comparatively. Floor works of Bartenieff and Topf Technique are composed of simple movements and have been performed continuously for several years, to which all performers can easily approach. Nevertheless, at present, researches related to them are not sufficient. Therefore in this study, the researcher intends to argue principle and composition of movements through floor works performed in the two techniques. In order to achieve purpose of this study, the researcher intends to argue the concept of body re-education and floor works of Bartenieff and Topf Technique.