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Title: Physical dance performance: An investigation into the development of a performance technique based on the integration of certain Korean dance technique and contemporary Western styles of dance and physical theatre
Authors: Kim, Sang Kyung
Advisors: Edwards, B
McKim, R
Keywords: Traditional Korean dance
Western theatre
Contemporary dance
Body energy
Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Brunel University School of Arts PhD Theses
Abstract: This development of a performer practice that integrates elements of traditional Korean dance technique and Western forms of physical theatre and contemporary dance is based on an approach to internal understanding and external execution. Central to the work is the concept of body energy, or Ki. This ancient Eastern term is translated into a contemporary practice that enables a performer to engage mental and physical training. Breath and the use of breath in performing are the principal means of achieving this level of engagement.
Description: This thesis was submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy and awarded by Brunel University, 04/10/2001.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4843
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