身体障害者と健常者の踊りの理論と実践<br>Making an Entrance : Theory and Practice for Disabled and Non-Disabled Dancers

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身体障害者と健常者の踊りの理論と実践
Making an Entrance : Theory and Practice for Disabled and Non-Disabled Dancers

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 280 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415251433
  • DDC分類 792.807

基本説明

This is the first ever practical introduction to teaching dance with disabled and non-disabled students.

Full Description

Making an Entrance is the first ever practical introduction to teaching dance with disabled and non disabled students. This clearly written, thought provoking and hugely enjoyable manual is essential reading whether you're just starting out or are already active in the field.
Taking improvisation as his focus and as the starting point of choreographic exploration, Adam Benjamin asks what it has to offer as an art form and how it can be better used to meet the changing needs of dance education.
In the theoretical section Benjamin explores the history of a disintegrated dance practice, placing it within the wider context of cultural and political movements. He questions what is meant today when we talk about 'inclusive' or 'integrated dance' and what we might expect of it.
The book includes over 50 exercises and improvisations designed to stimulate and challenge students at all levels of dance. Benjamin also includes useful hints on the practicalities of setting up workshops covering issues as diverse a class size, the safety aspects of wheelchairs and the accessibility of dance spaces.

Contents

Foreword Preface Acknowledgements Part 1: Introduction 1. Introduction: life after Stages 2. Improvisation - access - training - touching on a definition 3. A little on language, disability, integration and inclusivity 4. Disability-specific groups and the Simpson Board 5. A serious dislocation 6. 'Just' moving: ethics, integration and the disciplines of improvisation 7. The great mistake: response-ability and feedback 8. Tension seekers: a poet/hunter's guide to improvisation 9. Tension as a guide to feedback 10. Demons and dragons: some thoughts on becoming blocked in improvisation 11. Is it therapy? 12. Special schools, special students and integrated practice 13. Lost narrative 14. Access v. excellence Part 2: Exercises and Improvisations 15. Working against resistance: an introduction to the improvisations and exercises 16. An unruly location 17. Introductory work 18. Listening through touch 19. Making an entrance in time and space 20. Con-temp-lation: thinking about space, time and centre 21. Graceful ways, or searching for clews 22. Individual considerations 23. Lightly balanced on the edge of centre 24. Counter-balances and chair tilts: dicing with Newtonian physics 25. Art and theatre 26. Speed an timing 27. A little more time: exercises to develop an understanding of rhythm and the duration of a simple gesture or action 28. Live music Appendix 1: Directory Appendix 2: Excerpts from an African diary Appendix 3: Glossary Bibliography Index