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Danse et nouvelles technologies vers d'inédites écritures chorégraphiques

Abstract : Technological advances, especially in telecommunications, call into question relationship modes and information transfers in today’s world. Contemporary dance has been affected by the use of technologies on stage (image, video, internet, software), which has modified choreographic practices. If the basic elements of choreographic creation - namely the dancing body, scenic space and dance time – are infringed upon by the use of technology and telecommunication (telepresence), how can choreographers think and write including these new parameters ? What can dance gain or lose ? Are we witnessing the dawn of a new dance, or the surfacing of a new art ? The redefinition of the dancing body, which interacts with its space and time, is at the core of this research. As a working methodology for the theoretical analysis of this research, we propose Seuil-Lab, a hands-on project in the form of a multidisciplinary choreographic creation lab.
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Vivian Fritz. Danse et nouvelles technologies vers d'inédites écritures chorégraphiques. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de Strasbourg, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015STRAC001⟩. ⟨tel-01222723⟩



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