Danse nomade

Regards d’anthropologues et d’artistes - Nouvelles de danse n° 34-35

By : Collective publication

Language : French

Topics : History and theory

Format : PDF

Number of pages : 190 pages

Publisher : Contredanse Editions

Year of publication : 1998

EAN : 9782930146782

This book explores the questions the dance anthropologist have. What role does dance play in other cultures?

Price :  12.00

The book Danse nomade was inspired by Kenneth White’s L’esprit nomade.

The diversity of points of view and perspectives on dance included here was chosen with a view to broadening the gaze, making it more sensitive and acute through the discovery of the role played by dance in other cultures.

In this particular form of intellectual nomadism, the exchange of ideas and worldviews, the function of dance is, above all, called into question.

With texts by Laurence Louppe, I. Bartenieff and F. Paulay, Adrienne Kaeppler, Joan Kealiinohomoku, Andrée Grau, Georgina Gore, Johannes Odenthal, André Lepecki, Dominique Dupuy, Nicole-Lise Bernheil, Marielle Bauters and interviews with David Zambrano, Elsa Wolliaston, Enzo Pzzella, Claudio Bernardo and Nadine Ganase.