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by Maya Bartel

eBook The 1960s Body Through Sculptural Movement and Static Dance download ISBN: 3639055543
Author: Maya Bartel
Publisher: VDM Verlag (July 27, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 104
ePub: 1542 kb
Fb2: 1755 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: History and Criticism

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and movement vocabularies of the human body. idealized two-dimensional static depictions of. Maya dance.

We focus primarily on depictions found on polychrome ceramics that feature the dances of the Maize God and. contrast them with those featuring the wahy creatures that inhabit the underworld. We interpret their inner emotional states. and movement vocabularies of the human body.

One of the major cultural upheavals of the 1960s was a blurring of the boundaries that defined traditional art disciplines. In particular, sculpture, performance art and dance came to share many of the same attributes that once made them distinct practices. The works of George Segal, Allan Kaprow and Yvonne Rainer intersect in ways that dramatically elucidate these issues during this period. This study explores these changes arguing that there was an inverse relationship between the performative nature of Segal sculptures and the non-expressive immobility of Kaprow and Rainer performances. This contradiction where sculpture became more performative and dance became more still, challenged long-standing conceptions of these disciplines. Using theorist Pierre Bourdieu and his habitus as a way to think about the role of the body in these art genres offers an understanding of how 1960s bodies used gesture to limit communication through movement. This work will be particularly useful for those interested in movement studies, early American modern art and also will appeal to anyone curious about how their own body is transformed in the presence of visual and performing arts.