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Antecedentes artísticos de la danza "contact improvisation": visiones educativas de los "contacters"

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Borque Campos, Déborah (2016) Antecedentes artísticos de la danza "contact improvisation": visiones educativas de los "contacters". [Thesis]

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Esta investigación tiene como objeto realizar un estudio de la danza Contact Improvisation (en adelante CI), teniendo en cuenta los antecedentes artísticos; considerar las visiones educativas de los contacters (personas que practican CI); y valorar las posibilidades de la danza CI, considerándola como herramienta útil para la educación. El CI es un envolvente sistema de movimiento iniciado en 1972 por el coreógrafo americano Steve Paxton. Una danza improvisada que se basa en la comunicación entre dos cuerpos que están en contacto y combinan la relación con las leyes físicas que gobiernan el movimiento – gravedad, impulso e inercia. La inquietud de encontrar nuevos caminos que ayuden al desarrollo de una educación más integral partiendo de procesos diferentes a los habituales, es lo que ha motivado este estudio; para ello, se pretende utilizar formas artísticas que aboguen y fomenten la libertad, la sensibilidad y la comunicación de forma creativa. En concreto, buscamos en el CI aspectos que sean favorables para una educación que, a diferencia de la educación reglada, le dé más importancia al desarrollo de la inteligencia emocional...

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This research aims to conduct a study of dance Contact Improvisation (hereinafter CI) taking into account artistic background, and to consider the educational visions of contacters (people practicing Contact Improvisation dance), motivated by a desire to find new ways to help the development of a more comprehensive education based on processes that are different to the standard, using art forms to advocate and promote freedom, sensitivity and communication; unlike formal education, where an element of repression, authoritarianism, alienation and lack of individual freedom can be detected. According to the testimony of various authors, educators and artists, there is a social change occurring, and therefore it is thought that we must consider an educational change, a regeneration of learning, where more space may be given to the development of non-cognitive skills (which bring success), play (which develops the “executive function”, including the ability to self-regulate, monitor and understand emotions and then adjust accordingly), and social values such as respect, honesty, compassion and dignity. If we ask which art form all the qualities mentioned above can be attributed to in order to consider the possibility of using it as an educational tool, we can state, via thorough investigation of the practice of CI and testimonies of contacters, that this dance contains them. CI is an enveloping movement system initiated in 1972 by the American choreographer Steve Paxton. An improvised dance based on the communication between two bodies that are in physical contact, combining the relationship with the physical laws that govern motion - gravity, momentum and inertia. The practice of CI develops, among others, issues such as emotional awareness, empathy, cooperation, flow; the development of perception or communication of the individual in relation to their environment...

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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Departamento de Didáctica de la Expresión Plástica, leída el 30 de noviembre 2015 ; presidente, Carlos Emilio Zaldívar Santamaría

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Díaz-Obregón Cruzado, Raúl
Uncontrolled Keywords:Steve Paxton, Jackson Pollock, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Anna Halprin, Simone Forti, Educación artística, Danza, Happening (Arte), Inteligencia emocional
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Steve Paxton, Jackson Pollock, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Anna Halprin, Simone Forti, Art, Dance, Emotional Intelligence
Subjects:Humanities > Fine Arts > Art study and teaching
ID Code:38937
Deposited On:30 Aug 2016 09:17
Last Modified:18 Oct 2016 08:45

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