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2020, Vol.80, No.4

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    Concentration and Diffusion of Dance Art in the Pandemic Era

    Park, Sung-Hye | 2020, 80(4) | pp.1~14 | number of Cited : 0
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    The conditions for a good dance performance are determined by whether there are expansion and invigoration of discussions about it rather than by whether increasing number of spectators see it. Therefore, the conclusion of this study is as follows. In some cases, the performance for a very small number of audience is unneglectable, which results in highly artistic achievement through the spread of various evaluations and discussions. For this, it needs to be revitalized and reproduced through the establishment of basic infrastructure, personnel allocation, structural construction, active on-line reproduction as dance film, and some cases conceptual dance. While discussing the possibility of artistic achievement of untact art, I propose a performance that saves what is discarded by being consumed less and an environmentally friendly conceptual dance. Finally it is necessary recognize the strengths and weaknesses of online streaming services as regularized untact cases with the possibilities of dance film. Through, it is possible to continue, seek, share, and create new dance art amid the pandemic disaster.
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    Exploring Possibilities of Living Lab in University Dance Education

    Kim, Joo-Hee | 2020, 80(4) | pp.15~29 | number of Cited : 0
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    Since the mid-2010s, the Korean government and public institutions have supported living lab projects for local and urban regeneration, and social interests in the living labs have been rapidly increased. This study aims to explore possibilities of living lab in university dance education. Previous studies of living lab tend to involve case studies and future directions of living lab in the field of health, medicine, welfare, architecture, housing, and university system. This study discusses the concepts, characteristics, and issues of living lab in culture and arts, and then causes of low participation of dance world in living lab, and possible cases in dance living lab, drawing on literature reviews, analysis of websites, and interviews. This study provides ways to increase artistic, social, and economic values of dance and interact actively with contemporary society in the 21th century.
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    Facilitating LMA(Laban Movement Analysis) in Shaping the Movement of Ki Flow

    Kim Kyung Hee | 2020, 80(4) | pp.31~42 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of the study is to present the analytical terms for describing the movement of Ki flow through facilitation of LMA. The methodology for this study is to review the related literatures and to discuss Ki flow with two CMAs(Certified Movement Analysts) for verifying the analyses of the Ki flow movement. The movements of Ki flow indicate the specific patterns in ‘shape-flow’ and ‘shaping’ according to the seven emotional orientations. The seven emotional orientations are as follows: Anger, Joy, Thought(Anxiety), Worry, Grief, Shock, and Fear. ‘Directional’ is inherent in all the movements of Ki flow. Therefore, the movement of Ki flow can be shape by ‘Shape-Flow’, ‘Shaping’ and ‘Directional’.
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    A Study on Glocalization of Local Festivals

    Kim Minhee | Miyoung Park | 2020, 80(4) | pp.43~55 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article is a comparative analysis of the Jarasum Jazz Festival and the Sziget Jazz Festival from the perspective of glocalization. The result of the analysis can be summarized as follows. Both festivals have developed from a small ‘island’ in the regions to a globally representative festivals, so that they can enjoy freedom through the music genres of ‘rock’ and ‘jazz’, and thrive owing to the high level of the participants and their clear identities. The festivals fosters local cultural local based on culture and improves the quality of life of the local community, creating a virtuous cycle structure of local public relations. It is necessary to achieve glocalization of local culture through local festivals. In order for Korean local festivals to become a popular glocalization spots for people around the world, it is necessary to continuously develop diverse and unique contents and create world-class values by local people rather than government-led festivals.
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    A Study on the Conceptual Dancing through 「Self Unfinished」

    Kim Hyun Nam | 2020, 80(4) | pp.57~75 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to provide an opportunity to newly think about the identity of contemporary dance art, which opens up the possibility of numerous interpretations by analyzing the characteristics of conceptual dance. In addition, we consider the types of conceptual dance that focus on the process itself in connection with aesthetic and philosophical reasons, and analyze Xavier’s work, Self Unfinished to provide an opportunity to ponder the identity of contemporary dance art, in which various forms of dance coexist. Therefore, the analysis of Self Unfinished based on the type of conceptual dance in this study opens a chapter in the discussion of body, movement, and human beings, which is considered the most serious and sincere problem in dance art. It is also meaningful to reflect on the choreography, elements of the work, and the direction to explore the relationship with the audience that will continue to change in the future.
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    A Study on the Development of Dance Movements Applying the Circular Nature of Yin-yang Principles

    Nam, SunHee | 2020, 80(4) | pp.77~91 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study focuses on the development of Korean dance movements applying the circular nature from the Yin-yang principles. Eight dance movements have been newly developed to express the harmonious beauty created through the actions and changes in Yin-yang as movements for original Korean dances. The characteristics of these dance movements are analyzed and expressed in diagrams utilizing the Effort theory by Rudolf von Laban. This study is expected to develop new dance movements, to expand the realm of Korean dance, and to present a new direction for choreography. Furthermore, the study is significant as a basic research for the development of dance movements based on oriental philosophy. This study reveals the process for applying the concept of circularity of the Yin-yang principles. Through this precess, to consider the concept of ceaseless production and its practice, this study emphasizes the state of harmony that fundamentally needs to be pursued.
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    An Analysis on a National University’s Dance Education-related Liberal Arts Courses in Terms of Creative and Convergence Competency and a Case Study of A University of Education

    Lee Jeong Yeon | 2020, 80(4) | pp.93~105 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study examined the current status of national university dance-related liberal arts courses centered on creativity and convergence capabilities, and related cases of liberal arts courses at National University of Education. The results of the analysis are as follows. First, the management of dance-related courses based on creativity and convergence competence has not yet been actively conducted based on the National University. Second, through the example of the operation of the liberal arts course <Dance in Popular Culture> of A University of Education, students were able to grasp the following meanings. Students recognized it as an opportunity to accumulate cultural capital through new experiences, and also they were cultivating creative ideas and problem-solving skills. In addition, they were individually searching for various methods of creativity and fusion to reconstruct existing knowledge, and they recognized the necessity of developing such creative and fusion skills in the future.
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    A Study on Exploring the Ecosystem of Sustainable Fashion Cultural Industry by Fusion with Dance

    Jung Woo Jung | 2020, 80(4) | pp.107~126 | number of Cited : 0
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    The creative industries with successive layers of the concentric circles defined as the ideas and influences of creative activities diffuse outwards are changing with the development of technology and new media. This study explored the changes in dance and fashion in the new media age through literature and case studies. The fusion characteristics of dance and fashion based on 'body-movement' were reviewed, and as a result, material and commercial fashion was being reorganized into a cultural industry, acquiring non-material and spiritual values. I would like to argue that the convergence of dance and fashion, centering the lived body, can be the starting point of a productive discussion for the sustainability of fashion by converting the fashion of social context into the fashion behavior of the individual. Furthermore, this research is meaningful in seeking a sustainable fashion and cultural industry ecosystem by providing various perspectives in satisfying human inner emotions and desires.
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    Ballet and yellowface

    Ok Hee Jeong | 2020, 80(4) | pp.125~128 | number of Cited : 0