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2018, Vol.71, No.4

  • 1.

    Discuss Dance Films Through Narrational Analysis of The Dance Documentary Film Dancing Beethoven(2016)

    Jiyoung Han | MalborgKim | 2018, 71(4) | pp.1~26 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the narratives of dance documentary film Dancing Beethoven (2016) and to see what aesthetic discourse can be elicited by using “documentary film” expressions. To achieve it, I examines the characteristics of dance documentary films within the context of dance film theoretically and the narratives in analytical methods. Specifically Dancing Beethoven is analyzed in three aspects: “objective subject”, “composition method” and “photography and editorial methods.” The three analytical axes span the historical and expressive aspects of documentaries and cinematic arts, while penetrating the layers of images and stories in the dance. The find this study, The film is not just to simply recording dancing, the film was re-contextualizing dance with cinematic techniques. In addition, various shorts and angles were used to capture the dynamics and spectacles of the dance, and it is observed that the dance text is expanded through editing process using images both inside and outside the stage.
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    A Study of Self Psychological Factors Affecting Korean Dancers’ Prize in Dance Competition

    kim seung il | Ae Kyoung Min | 2018, 71(4) | pp.27~40 | number of Cited : 2
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    This study explores the self psychological factors of Korean dancers effecting a competition result. For this purpose, this research analyzes the relationship between dancers’ inner-external psychological factors and being one of the winners. Firstly, as internal factors, competition winners have realized that technical/physical exercise and the dance are closely related. And for that they have carried out those two together. They also did image training to be deeply absorbed into their work, and this has resulted in them to take the stress and slumps positively. Also, choreographers and dancers maintained friendly relationships. Secondly, in the matter of an external factor, it is found out that competition winners also feel insecure. However, this anxiety appears to be focusing on their position rather than focusing towards their competitors or the list of orders. As a result, we need psychosomatic training and counseling programs which offer competition participants a positive outcome of their competition.
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    A Study on the Davidic Dance in the Bible

    Kim Eun Hae | 2018, 71(4) | pp.41~54 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to examine the archetypal movement and quality of the dance of David based on its texts and contexts in the Bible. This primarily aims to lay a foundation for the science of Christian dance theory. The discussion has developed through linguistic study on the terms Pajaz, Karar, Raqad, Sachaq to understand the structural aspects of David's movement. Also, the qualities of the movement connoted in the selected texts were analyzed by Rudolf von Laban's effort theory. To sum up, this study has demonstrated several things as follows: the form and the movement structure of the Davidic dance in the biblical description mainly consist of leaping and whirling, actively using lower part of the body. The qualities derived from the efforts has turned out his dance to be joyous and enthusiastic festival mood.
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    A Study on Maguy Marin’s Works with Satirical Elements

    Hyunmin Ahn | Cho, EunSook | 2018, 71(4) | pp.55~68 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this research is to analyze how re-interpreted ballet works of Maguy Marin with her own language and imagination deviating from stereotypical form were influenced by satire. Prior to the analyzation, notions and traits of satire were defined referring to preceding thesis and related books. The study reviews the three pieces of Maguy Marin : Cinderella(1987) , Groosland(1989) , Coppélia(1993) . Cinderella satirizes characters and their humanities. Groosland plays an important role in society as it gives audiences with chances to think about the real social problems. Coppélia already includes satire in its story line. The subjects of satire are an ideal woman that males think of and the curiosity as a result of scientific development. From the results, it is possible to find out how satire expresses and influences the performing arts pieces, consequently, making it possible to provide various choreographic methods to choreographers.
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    An Analysis of the Trend of Researches on Choi Seunghee

    Yoo Mi-Hee | 2018, 71(4) | pp.69~81 | number of Cited : 3
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the trend of the researches on Choi Seunghee. From 1958 to 2018, a total of 289 researches related to Choi Seunghee were calculated by quantitatively analyzing the material of the Korean Educational and Scientific Information Service Institute. Among them, book, theses, and academic journal articles were targeted for this study. The criteria of research trend analysis were classified by research type, topic, and date. In the classification results by the research type, literature study occupied the largest proportion of 63%, and in the classification results by the research topic, Choi Seunghee’s art world was the most with 33.2%. The classification results by the research date, showed that the initiative research of Choi Seunghee in the development of the new dance was conducted in 1958. There were only four studies until 1988, but there were 28 studies between 1989 and 1998, and 118 studies between 1999 and 2008, which showed a remarkable quantitative growth. Also, a total of 146 research works were produced between 2009 and 2018.
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    The Necessity of Laban Movement Theory Education in University Dance Education

    Yun, Jieun | 2018, 71(4) | pp.83~104 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study examined the perception toward the Laban Movement Theory Education in Korean and American University. Delphi survey was carried out to investigate this research. The conclusion regarding the necessity of the Laban Movement Theory education in university dance education is as follows. First, it helps to improve overall movement ability as basic education of movement. Second, it helps to improve dance skill. Third, it can help developing creativity and imagination by providing materials of creation. Fourth, it can be used as dance literacy education. Fifth, it helps to train leaders in the process of dance education. This study suggests expanding classes related to Laban Movement Theory in university dance education in the future in order to provide a broader view of dance and to foster dance educators recognizing the possibility of applying it to various fields as well as helping graduates finding their careers.
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    A Study on Measures to Facilitate Regional Dances Based on the Cultural Characteristics of the Dance of the Folk song “Dondolrari”

    lee mi yiung | 2018, 71(4) | pp.105~120 | number of Cited : 3
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    This study focused on emphasizing the historical and cultural characteristics of the dance of the folk song. The study aimed to explore the possibility of facilitating regional dances by using the characteristics of the dance of the folk song dance “Dondolrari” that evolved from a regional dance into a leading performance content through re-creation. “Dondolrari” is a leading regional dance in the form of a circle dance with play and impromptu elements, which originated in Bukcheong-gum, Hamgyeongnam-do. As the research method, the style of “Dondolrari” was examined in terms of commonality, autonomy, and creativity through a literary review and image analysis, and measures for facilitating regional dances were investigated. In the study, the measures for facilitating regional dances were discussed based on the cultural characteristics of Dondolrari such as commonality, autonomy, and creativity according to the types of dissemination of “Dondolrari”
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    A Study on J. Deleuze’s Spatial Thoughts Presented in Abracadabra by P. Decouflé

    Lee Seo Hyeon | 2018, 71(4) | pp.121~138 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study explores ideas of G. Deleuze(1925~1995) about the spatial meaning presented in Abracadabra by P. Decouflé (1961~), a choreographer who created new space from unique imagination. This study reviewes ‘Corps sans Organe’ which has unlimited potentiality. These days society is creating special structured panopticon in a highly developed digital technology and accelerated network space unlike the past. Surrounded by a huge pile of data, a human being may exist as an existence with identity consciously or unconsciously tied up to one's life. Therefore, this study discusses that dance art is a space, which recovers our lost aesthetic existence in modern society through Abracadabra by Decouflé, which creates an unregulated zone that can’t be seen in everyday routine over reality and virtual world.
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    A Study on Developing the New Movement Incorporating ‘No-Reason Form’ of Lao-Tzu and Chuang-Tzu’s Taoism

    Eun Jung Lee | Myung Sook Kim | 2018, 71(4) | pp.139~158 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study is about developing new movement with the application of ‘no-reason form’ from Taoism of Lao-Tzu and Chuang-Tzu. The new movement expresses the ‘principle of tao’with motif of the sea to present the concept of‘tao’that cannot be expressed in language. The objective of this study is to expand the realm of Korean dance via developing new composition and movements based on Taoism of Lao-Tzu and Chuang-Tzu. Especially, each movement has been composed based on the features of tao’s motility, indeterminacy, correspondency, and circularity, in order to logically present the theoretical evidence. This study examines on how main motility principle of ‘no-reason form’ is applied on dance movement. The significance of this study is the expansion of Korean dance movement through visualization of Lao-Tzu and Chuang-Tzu’s Taoism in creative dance work.
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    Getting Our Bodies Back

    Eun Jin Oh | 2018, 71(4) | pp.159~163 | number of Cited : 0