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by Ciane Fernandes (author)


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Pina Bausch and the W.See a Problem? We’d love your help. Ciane Fernandes combines Laban movement analysis and the writings of Jacques Lacan and Michel Foucault to investigate repetition in the works and creative process of Pina Bausch, who is considered to be one of the most important choreographers of the 20th century.

The Aesthetics of Repetition and Transformation- With a Foreword by RoseLee Goldberg and a Preface by Susanne Schlicher

The Aesthetics of Repetition and Transformation- With a Foreword by RoseLee Goldberg and a Preface by Susanne Schlicher. Series: New Studies in Aesthetics. This book embarks on an interdisciplinary study of dance theater, one that provides a deeper insight into contemporary performing arts. Ciane Fernandes combines Laban movement analysis and the writings of Jacques Lacan and Michel Foucault to investigate repetition in the works and creative process of Pina Bausch (b. 1940), who is considered to be one of the most important choreographers of the twentieth century.

Authors: Fernandes, Ciane. New Studies in Aesthetics. Foreword by. Roselee Goldberg. Aesthetics Paperback Adult Learning & University Books. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 9 brand new listings. Ex-Library Music & Dance Art Paperback Books. This item doesn't belong on this page.

The Author: Ciane Fernandes is a tenured professor in the Performing Arts .

The Author: Ciane Fernandes is a tenured professor in the Performing Arts Graduate Program at the Federal University of Bahia, Brazil. She received her P. in art and humanities for performing artists from New York University (1995) and a certificate of movement analysis from the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies in New York (1994). Ciane Fernandes provides the reader with a rich and comprehensive introduction to the work of Pina Bausch. Excerpt from the Preface by Susanne Schlicher, Dramaturg; Coordinator of Department of Theater Directing, University of Hamburg; Author of ‘TanzTheater. Traditionen und Freiheiten’ (1987)).

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Ciane Fernandes provides the reader with a rich and comprehensive introduction to the work of Pina Bausch. in art and humanities for performing artists from New York University (1995) and a certificate of movement analysis from LIMS (1994)

Ciane Fernandes provides the reader with a rich and comprehensive introduction to the work of Pina Bausch. Above all, her concise and well-delineated analysis addressing psychological and sociological aspects, opens my eyes as a choreographer and dancer to a broader understanding of Bausch’s creative process and choreographies. in art and humanities for performing artists from New York University (1995) and a certificate of movement analysis from LIMS (1994).

This study pursues an aesthetic and theoretical exploration of repetition in the works of the contemporary German choreographer Pina Bausch. The method combines Laban movement analysis and the philosophies of Jacques Lacan and Michel Foucault. The method is applied to the examination of repetitive scenes from four of Bausch's pieces: Kontakthof, Arien, 1980-A Piece by Pina Bausch, On the Mountain a Cry Was Heard, and some relevant scenes from other pieces. A complete compositional analysis of the piece Cafe Muller is also provided.

Volume 19, Issue 4. November 2003, pp. 398-399. Ciane Fernandes Pina Bausch and the Wuppertal Dance Theater: the Aesthetics of Repetition and Transformation New Studies in Aesthetics, Volume 34. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2001.

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