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Title: 即興演舞時の身体 : 経験の違いから捉えた身体の様相
Other Titles: The performing body in dance improvisation : The modality of the body from the difference in experience
Authors: 髙野, 美和子
島内, 敏子
Takano, Miwako
Shimauchi, Toshiko
タカノ, ミワコ
シマウチ, トシコ
日本女子体育大学(教務補助員)
日本女子体育大学(教授)
Keywords: dance improvisation
performing body
Issue Date: Mar-2004
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to elucidate the inner states and physical modality of dancers experienced in dance improvisation in comparison with those of inexperienced dancers. We used two processes. First, we filmed experienced and inexperienced dancers performing dance improvisation. Immediately after, as they watched their filmed dances, we had them give oral reports about anything that came t otheir minds during performance. Second, we asked ordinary students to answer questions about their impressions of the filmed dances. From the results of these two processes, we analyzed the experienced performing body compared to the inexperienced body in performing improvisation. The results of the study are as follows: 1) The experienced dancers' comments were different from those of the inexperienced dancers. Experienced dancers tend to see improvisation as free encounters with the unknown, always with the potential for change and with numerous possibilities. 2) Experienced dancers tend to be aware of many different factors, such as their own bodies, their ideas, development of the dance, how they appear to others, and the external world, including the audience. They develop their improvisation by following their impulses and inspirations, and depending on the situation. Thus, they have the characteristic of being able to continue dancing even when they feel hesitant, simply by following through with their body movements. 3) Experienced dancers tend to have a good idea of how they look to others, and they control how they present their bodies, sometimes conscious of how they look and sometimes not. 4) Experienced dancers have the tendency of seeking fresh experiences and trying unique approaches under different conditions, and controlling the use of timing and the choice of movements. We were able to observe that these characteristics of experienced dancers were manifested in their dance improvisation.
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