Performance Phenomenology To The Thing Itself

Innbundet / 2019 / Engelsk

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ISBN13
9783319980584
Publisert
2019
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Springer International Publishing AG
Aldersnivå
06, P
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Engelsk
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337
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596 gr
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210 mm
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148 mm
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Performance Phenomenology To The Thing Itself

Innbundet / 2019 / Engelsk
This collection of essays addresses emergent trends in the meeting of the disciplines of phenomenology and performance. It brings together major scholars in the field, dealing with phenomenological approaches to dance, theatre, performance, embodiment, audience, and everyday performance of self. It argues that despite the wide variety of philosophical, ontological, epistemological, historical and methodological differences across the field of phenomenology, certain tendencies and impulses are required for an investigation to stand as truly phenomenological. These include: description of experience; a move towards fundamental conditions or underlying essences; and an examination of taken-for-granted presuppositions. The book is aimed at scholars and practitioners of performance looking to deepen their understanding of phenomenological concepts and methods, and philosophers concerned with issues of embodiment, performativity and enaction.
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This collection of essays addresses emergent trends in the meeting of the disciplines of phenomenology and performance. It brings together major scholars in the field, dealing with phenomenological approaches to dance, theatre, performance, embodiment, audience, and everyday performance of self.
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1. Introduction; Stuart Grant, Jodie McNeilly-Renaudie, Matthew Wagner.- 2. The Essential Question: So what's phenomenological about Performance Phenomenology?; Stuart Grant.- 3. Phenomenological Methodology and Aesthetic Experience: Essential Clarifications and Their Implications; Maxine Sheets-Johnstone.- 4. The unnamed origin of the performative in Heidegger's interpretation of Aristotelian Phronesis; Stuart Grant.- 5. A Phenomenology of Being Seen; Sondra Fraleigh.- 6. 'A unique way of being': The place of music in Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of Perception; Marc Duby.- 7. Foregrounding the imagination: re-reflecting on dancers' engagement with video self-recordings; Shantel Ehrenberg.- 8. Sensing Film Performance; Sean Redmond.- 9. Phenomenologically absurd, absurdly phenomenological; Jodie McNeilly-Renaudie and Pierre-Jean Renaudie.- 10. On Not Being Able to Dance: The Interring; Robert P. Crease.-11. Performance Criticism: Live writing as phenomenological poiesis; Diana Damian Martin.- 12. The Erotic Reduction: Crossed flesh in Lea Anderson's The Featherstonehaughs Draw on the Sketchbooks of Egon Schiele; Nigel Stewart.- 13. Sound Design: A Phenomenology; Christopher Wenn.- 14. Acting without 'meaning' or 'motivation': A first-person account of acting in the pre-articulate world of immediate lived/living experience; Phillip B. Zarrilli.- 15. Thinking with Performance; Ian Maxwell.
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Stuart Grant is Senior Lecturer in Performance Studies at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He has published extensively in performance phenomenology, site-based performance, and other performance disciplines for over a decade. He is director of the site-specific performance company, The Environmental Performance Authority, and singer with the punk noise band, The Primitive Calculators. Jodie McNeilly-Renaudie is a researcher and choreographer working at the intersection of philosophy and dance. She holds a PhD in Performance Studies from the University of Sydney, Australia, and is currently completing a second PhD in Philosophy on Husserl and religious experience at the Australian Catholic University. She has published widely in philosophy and performance, was co-author on Performance and Temporalisation: Time Happens (Palgrave, 2015), and writes dance and film reviews for Australian, Asian and European audiences. Matthew Wagner is Senior Lecturer in Theatre and Performance at the University of Surrey, UK, and is the author of Shakespeare, Theatre, and Time (2012), along with various journal articles and book chapters. His research focuses primarily on Shakespearean dramaturgy and stage praxis; it also extends to broader reaches of theatrical temporality and questions of embodiment and spatiality in performance.
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ISBN13
9783319980584
Publisert
2019
Utgiver
Vendor
Springer International Publishing AG
Aldersnivå
06, P
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Innbundet
Sider
337
Vekt
596 gr
Høyde
210 mm
Bredde
148 mm
Se alle