What is the role and importance of the performer or performance in connection to work ontology? In addition, standardized notation forms are controversial, and no one form is universally accepted see Franko a and Van Camp Is the work of art an abstract structure and if so what kind?
For more on dance and the concept of representation see BannermanCarroll and BanesCarterCohenand Sparshottand Hence, not all interpretations of a dance work of art are valid see McFee a, b and b. In the case of rock music and in jazz, for example, performances might be primarily for recorded music, with listening to the recording serving as a primary way for the appreciator to access the performance see Gracyk and A.
For more on empathy and the kinaesthetic aspect of performance see Foster and Is it constituted by performance? For more on hybrid artforms see Levinson I hope there is more convert like this that promoted by Mt.
See Conroy ; see also Copeland and Cohen and Copeland Two of the questions that arise here are the following: Beardsleyfor example, holds the view that aesthetics depends on criticism and that criticism depends on aesthetics.
A Philosophical Exploration, Oxford: All three also manipulate temporality, the way that the performance unfolds through time, as part of the intentional experience of these arts in a way that is more pronounced and more variable than is the typical experience of appreciating a visual art like painting or sculpture.
If this is true then Sparshott must believe that dance criticism can help when assisted by dance philosophy, even if he thinks it cannot be of great value to our understanding of dance on its own. Barbara Montero is one of the dance philosophers at the vanguard of research in dance-philosophy-related cognitive science.Of the Presence of the Body by Andre Lepecki, is a collection of essays by known dance scholars, discussing their interpretations of how the politics of the world can inform not only choreographic works but the bodies that participate in these studies of movement.
Dance movement therapy (DMT) – is a method of psychotherapy in which the body is an instrument, and the motion process, helping customers to experience, recognize and express their feelings and conflicts. Of the Presence of the Body: Essays on Dance and Performance Theory, edited by LepeckiAndré.
Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, vii + pp., notes. Of the Presence of the Body by Andre Lepecki, is a collection of essays by known dance scholars, discussing their interpretations of how the politics of the world can inform not only choreographic works but the bodies that participate in these studies of movement.
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