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2022, Vol.86, No.2

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    A Study on Reading Works of Post-Dance and Audience

    Jihyun Yoon | 2022, 86(2) | pp.1~16 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study started with the observation that many discussions on art production in the field of post-dance, that is, “dance after dance,” overlooked discussions on the audience. Through literature research on the audiences of experimental choreographies and performances, the audience characteristics of contemporary arts was understood, and the importance of audience participation was confirmed. The general audience’s response to the experimental choreography was collected through non-professional review cases and lecturer interviews. In the context of contemporary choreography, which has emphasized the social and political roles of arts, this study insists that the art practices of post-dance should go beyond discussions only by limited producers and experts.
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    Jérôme Bel’s Performance Dramaturgy -Écriture for Social Relationships of Dance-

    MyongHyon Kim | 2022, 86(2) | pp.17~35 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study examines choreographer Jérôme Bel’s performance dramaturgy which has led the discussion on the ontology of dance in Europe since 1990s. As a method of study, this paper reads Roland Barthes’ works focusing on Writing Degree Zero, and Bel’s works, the name given by the author and Jérôme Bel. Bel’s dramaturgy has largely based on Roland Barthes’ theory known as writing degree zero or neutralization which erases authors’ style. Accepting Barthes’ theory, Bel created unprecedented types of work which are now called ‘choreography’ far different from a traditional concept. The results suggest that his works provide rich meanings and discourses from the texts. Besides his formal experiments, Bel puts emphasis to create discourses surrounding dance mainly focusing author, dancer, and audience to criticize the mystified ontology of dancers, the body image that the capitalism renders. Due to the dense signifiance of his texts, death, absence, ephemerality, emptiness, and nothingness are always revealed beyond the surface.
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    A Study of Non-danse with Alain Badiou’s Inesthetics Theory -Focused on Nom Donné par L’Auteur (Jérôme Bel, 1994)-

    Ji-In Kim , Sang-cheul Choe | 2022, 86(2) | pp.37~48 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to investigate the aesthetic significance of non-danse and to suggest the possibility of expanding the scope of dance. We analyze Jérôme Bel’s Nom Donné par L’Auteur based on Alain Badiou’s theory of inesthetics. In the process of analysis, this study intends to reconsider the perception of ‘what dance is’. As a result of interpreting Jérôme Bel’s work into ‘the six principles of dance’ suggested by Badiou in his essay “Dance as a Metaphor of Thought”, it is found that non-danse, a form of experimental art, provided artistic significance suitable for the new era. As such, when the ontological significance and characteristics of dance are discussed in various ways from the perspective of a new aesthetic transformation, the extension of dance art will be expanded and diversified, and its value will be rediscovered.
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    The New Paradigm of Dance Performance Using ICT

    LEE JI HYE | 2022, 86(2) | pp.49~60 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to present the direction of development of dance performances by analyzing new aspects of dance performances using ICT. Looking at the works of interaction technology, AI technology, and technology that reconstruct space, the digital phenomenon that appears is spatio-temporal change, virtual reality, and interaction with technology. This digital phenomenon shows a pattern of de-boundary in which the boundaries of audiences, dancers, and technologies are broken due to the use of technology, and shows an inter-convergence pattern in which performance elements fuse with each other to create new things. In order to develop dance performances in the ICT era, which show a pattern of de-boundary and inter-convergence, continuous interest and research on high-tech technologies are required, and based on this, dance training, economic support, and education to actively use high-tech is needed.
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    The Effect of Attribution Tendencies on Achievement Motivation of University Students Majoring in Street Dance

    cho youngju , Ik Ryeul, Park | 2022, 86(2) | pp.61~76 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of attribution tendency on achievement motivation in 201 university students majoring in street dance. To this end, a surveyed for the data were analyzed using SPSS 21.0 program and the results were as follows. First, there was a significant difference in attribution and achievement motivation according to performance grade only in achievement motivation by grade level. In other words, in adventurous spirit among the sub-factors of achievement motivation, the higher the grade (4>3>1·2), the higher the perception of adventurous spirit. Second, internal attribution tendencies showed a positive effect on all sub-factors of achievement motivation (passion, hope, adventurous spirit, self-confidence), and external attribution tendencies showed a negative effect on passion and hope among the sub-factors of achievement motivation. Chance attribution tendencies had no effect on achievement motivation.
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    A Case Study on Performance of Illusion Incorporating the Buddhist Dependent Origination Theory

    Choi Si Won | 2022, 86(2) | pp.77~92 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is about a creative dance work llusion choreographed on the basis of dependent origination. This dance work was composed based on meanings and structure of dependent origination as a Buddhist perception of phenomena, and symbol of Indra-jala. The objective of this study is to draw the artistic value and symbol by establishing the theoretical basis for the production of the work based on dependent origination, and then applying it to the creation of movements and composition of space as a methodology. Through this process, this study aimed to discover the artistic meanings and implications of the process of changing a theory into a work.
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    The Art, Another Solution of Status Anxiety

    Suh Ye Won | 2022, 86(2) | pp.107~110 | number of Cited : 0
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    Alain de Botton(2005). 불안. (정영목 역). 도서출판 이레. (원저출판 2004).