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2019, Vol.76, No.4

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    The Grotesque Body in Dimitris Papaioannou`s Works

    Young-Hyun Choi | 2019, 76(4) | pp.1~14 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study focus on the formativeness of the grotesque body in Dimitris Papaioannou's work and examines how the physical deformation and distortion, especially "embarrassing bizarre" that constantly appearing in his works develop in aesthetic categories. To this end, I examined his artistic perspective and analyzed four works in terms of randomly separating and combining body. Although the non-realistic body transformation in the works seems to represent the unreal world of fantasy, it is used as a means to make people through the shock of strangeness. It is being used as a device to expose conflicts arising from the current situation and to express doubts about the identity of contemporary people through contradictory contrast. This study was intended to serve as a stepping stone for the attention and theoretical discussion of the formativeness of grotesque body through the interpretation of Dimitris Papaioannou's works.
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    The Influence of Mentastics® on the Ballet Dancers' Stress Relief

    김예지 Kim YeJi | Kim Kyung Hee | 2019, 76(4) | pp.15~35 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study is to apply Mentastics® to ballet dancers to present a direction that is expected to mitigate their mental stress by enhancing their awareness of body movements. As a results, the quantitative study indicates subtle changes after the experiment participation in all the questions, and the responses of 15 out of 26 questions related to dancer’s stress turns to positive. It can be interpreted that the experience of Mentastics® influenced ballet dancers’ stress relaxation. The qualitative study suggests the four following features. Firstly, it is important to observe their bodies. Secondly, Mentastics® provides experiences that the mind and the body are connected. Thirdly, Mentastics® provided a direction for dancers to solve stress themselves. Lastly, Mentastics® made a relaxed physical status, which could comfort ballet dancers’ movements. In conclusion, Dancers is reacting to physical or mental stress and will provide the right direction to live in the future.
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    A Study on Characteristics of Plural Art Work

    Nam, SunHee | Cho, EunSook | 2019, 76(4) | pp.37~51 | number of Cited : 0
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    The form of art is diversified according to the advent of the fourth industrial revolution in which the data for the human and objects are collected and utilized. Focusing on this trend, this study examines the concept and distinct features of pluralism and plural art and analyzes the art works, Violin Phase(2018) by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Madame Plaza(2018) by Bouchra Ouizguen, and 10 matkaa sinne missä mitään ei tapahdu(2019) by collaborated work by Juha Valkeapää and Taito Hoffrén as plural art at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea. Plural art is expanding its fields through in-depth interdisciplinary research. Also, each genre composing plural art works is merged and transcended one, which leads to the dissolution of the genre. Through this discussion, it is very important to count on the present and future of art.
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    The Relationship between Perfectionism and Competitive Anxiety among High School Students in Dance Competition

    최경란 Choi Kyounglan | Miyoung Park | 2019, 76(4) | pp.75~95 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between perfectionism and competitive anxiety among dance high school students preparing for college entrance examination in the evaluation situation of dance competition. This study can be concluded as follows; 1) Perfectionism and cognitive anxiety were correlated positively with each other (r=.363) at the level of p<.05. Specifically, students' cognitive anxiety was affected by such variables as excessive concern about mistake, parents' criticism, suspicion of performance and individuals' criteria. 2) Perfectionism and physical anxiety were correlated positively with each other at the level of p<.01. (r=.275). Specifically, students' physical anxiety was affected by such variables as excessive concern about mistake, parents' criticism and suspicion of performance. 3) Perfectionism and confidence were correlated negatively with each other at the level of p<.01. (r=-0.06). Specifically, students' confidence was affected by such variables as parents' criticism, individuals' criteria and suspicion of performance.
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    Previous Study Research on Korean Contemporary Dance Using Text Mining

    Choi, Hyo-jin | 2019, 76(4) | pp.97~111 | number of Cited : 1
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    Recently, as the cultural industry is rapidly growing, contents related to dance are getting popular in various media. As the popularity of dance is rapidly increasing, many studies on dance education have been attempted. However, in the case of dance there is a lack of academic research because many researches are focused on practical research compared to other fields. In particular, researches on modern dance, which is the subcategory of dance, are much more lacking. Therefore, this study systematically analyze past studies related to modern dance. Using frequency analysis, we reviewed journals, publishers, authors, and key words. Also we analyzed past research topics by topic modeling and wordcloud. As a result, we examined past research patterns and suggested insufficient research areas in order to suggest future research directions.
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