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Korean Traditional Performance through the Structure of ‘Teum(Gap)’

  • The Journal of Aesthetics and Science of Art
  • Abbr : JASA
  • 2010, 31(), pp.425-444
  • Publisher : 한국미학예술학회
  • Research Area : Arts and Kinesiology > Other Arts and Kinesiology
  • Published : June 30, 2010

Ha, Jin Sook 1

1인제대학교

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ABSTRACT

Korean traditional performance as a kind of play would be an art on the spot in which producers and spectators share the spot atmosphere of performance, composing of the text in person. The text of Korean traditional performance is composed of its creator and receptors in its contents as well as getting variable structure whose text can be variable with spot situations. Due to the arranged teum, a kind of gap in its structure it is possible for the text to get variable. Therefore its text positively receives instant and improvised situation on the spot into the performance, getting its vitally dialogic structure. The contents of performance cannot help but get its processing and kaleidoscopic features on the spot due to these characteristics. The variable structure of Korean traditional performance can provoke dynamic variations in the spatial-temporary of the text. The open structure of live performance transforms physical time into accumulated time with improvisional readiness, and its performance space into a would be becoming which is horizontal and movable. These driving force to evoke changes is due to a structural gap in a performance text. The gap allows author and receptors to make use of itself, invokes the relationships of communication through their interactions, and makes changes temporarily the performance text. It is possible for the author and receptors to make use of the gap positively to experience a whole oneness at the end of mutual communication. As a result, the aesthetic characteristic of Korean traditional performance induces some variations and participation of receptors through its open structure of gap, which make them interact each other and be united.

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