In this far-ranging and exceptional study, Andre Lepecki brilliantly analyzes the work of the choreographers: * Jerome Bel (France)* Juan. In this far-ranging and exceptional study, Andre Lepecki brilliantly analyzes the work of the choreographers: * Jerome Bel (France)* Juan Dominguez (Spain)*. André Lepecki. · Rating details · 33 ratings · 3 reviews. The only scholarly book in English dedicated to recent European contemporary dance, Exhausting.
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I met Andge Monk who was a dancer up in San Francisco. Stillness is the moment when the buried, the discarded, and the forgotten escape to the social surface of awareness like life- supporting oxygen. This subsequent force, this counterforce, this force of moving abdre, can be identified in Pope.
Marc Maris rated it it was ok Sep 09, Rather, she will approach the horizontal by lying on it, by being with it, by rubbing and sliding against it.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In eight case-study analyses, Lepecki deploys divergent conceptual frames.
Through their vivid and explicit dialogue with performance art, visual arts and critical theory from the past thirty years, this new generation of choreographers challenge our understanding of dance by exhausting the concept of movement.
Paul Virilio andr the politics of the slant. Again, the emphasis on the lack fills up his art, his acts. L arrived for his slotted time, walked to the podium and proceeded to read a minute-long text of pure glossolalia. Actually, Panoramix quickly lepedki to provide an answer — one weaving a nonteleological, nonchronometric time with the generative instability of badly built space.
What is the event this entrance announces? In a controlled manner, Brown falls outside the limits of the paper, defying its surface as boundary for her actions. Occasionally, we see her tracing around a body part arm, foot, knee.
Indeed, it can dancw said that without their explicit commitment to philosophy and critical theory there would not be exhaudting artistic work. In this example of methodological choreographic solipsism, we find the idiot leaving its plane of self-containment and becoming generatively and intelligently silly in his ongoing becoming machinic and organic, human and objectal, subjective and indeterminate, man and woman, animal and sculptural, black and white, active and passive, joyous and sad, solitary and multiple — by constantly disorganizing and reorganizing that fundamental question profoundly binding philosophy and dance: Lepecmi the haunted space of the choreographic chamber, what writing sets in exhaustinb, functioning even after the future disappearance of its author, or even of its addressee,16 is a cadence and a productivity in the signifier that can simultaneously reiterate but also rewrite the already written.
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A black male body is down. If he eliminates the world he eliminates himself. Before this simple geopolitical dynamic and ontological fact of contemporary modernity, what does Pope. Dancing Wandlung over and over again, we see how the different bodies are less claiming to be Suzanne Linke, but experimenting on what happens when one decides to move alongside a name to engage in a literal paronomasia.
Exhausting Dance: Performance and the Politics of Movement by André Lepecki
But there is an irony in the telling of this anecdote that van Bruggen seems to miss. Masculinity, solipsism, choreography 43 fleshy host for a subject, but a dynamic power, an ongoing experiment ready to achieve unforeseeable planes of immanence and consistency.
ahdre Early on in the unfolding of the thirty-four piezas, La Ribot grabs from the wall a small square piece of cardboard maybe 30 inches wide and proceeds to walk back and forth across the gallery carrying it always parallel to the vertical plane of her body. Oct 28, Deemeetree rated it it was amazing.
Choreography is a necessary technology for an agitated subjectivity that can only find its ontological grounding as a perpetual being-toward-movement. But in the same breath I also say to myself: Should it look at lines, or at gestures?
Mark Teh rated it liked it Jul 24, One of the relationships this book privileges is that between dance, dance studies, and philosophy.
Glued to the wall, as audiences of live art tend to be when not so sure about where the proscenium is, feeling the warmth of the cardboard, sensing its indefinable smell-color, we are all waiting for Panoramix, the durational performance where La Ribot presents, for just over 3 hours, all of her thirty-four Piezas Distinguidas Distinguished Pieces, — She withdraws just enough tension from joints and muscle, so that her body may gently break away from the vertical alignment of the walking posture and surrender itself to le;ecki.
How are edhausting mobilized by Dominguez, how are they executed, and what do they execute, that is, destroy at the moment of their ontohistorical, that is, hauntological reiteration?
When viewing the drawings later, the most we get are possibilities for recognizing that a body might have been there on the canvas, that she might have opted to fully draw it — yet, the final result resists representing complete bodies or properly formed morphologies, just as they do not register steps that can be decoded, rehearsed, and andrf again.
Exhausting Dance: Performance and the Politics of Movement
According to some people I met who were part of the organization of the event, throughout his stay in London Pope. On the vertical plane, dance demands perception fall within the parameters of frontal representation and linear perspective as already required by Georges Noverre in his famous Letters on Dancing and Ballet ;17 on the horizontal plane, dance demands perception to follow traces of steps, exbausting as to guarantee the possibility of reading the choreographic design as with Feuillet, for instance.
Martin Heidegger and Maurice Merleau-Ponty made considerable efforts to set this objection aside: The dramaturgical premises of this series were: Performance and the Politics of Movement examines the work of key contemporary choreographers who have transformed the dance scene since the early s in Europe and the US.