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A Study on J. Deleuze’s Spatial Thoughts Presented in Abracadabra by P. Decouflé

  • The Korean Journal of Dance Studies
  • Abbr : KRSDS
  • 2018, 71(4), pp.121-138
  • DOI : 10.16877/kjds.71.4.201810.121
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for Dance Studies
  • Research Area : Arts and Kinesiology > Dance
  • Received : September 15, 2018
  • Accepted : October 4, 2018
  • Published : October 30, 2018

Lee Seo Hyeon 1

1이화여자대학교 무용과

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ABSTRACT

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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