Промишљање заједништва посредством плеса: историјско-теоријски пресек

ДОИ: https://doi.org/10.2298/GEI2202199N УДК 394.3 Оригинални научни рад

  • Dunja Njaradi Факултет музичке уметности, Београд
    dunjasa82@gmail.com

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Рад се бави идејом партиципаторности односно заједништва у плесу. Идеја заједништва постала је кључном у савременим дискусијама о глобализацији савремених друштава, а плес има велики удео у промишљањима ових глобал­них процеса. Плес такође има и сопствену веома дугу традицију промишљања заједништва. Указујући на ову дугу и богату традицију, овај рад ће представити начине на који се заједништво промишља у друштвеним и уметничким пле­совима, укључујући и конкретене плесне форме и теоријске концепте, идеје и праксе. Од плесних форми, рад ће дискутовати о тангу, као паровном плесу, плесно­окупљачкој форми – флеш моб, као и о контакт импровизацији раз­вијеној у оквиру постмодерног плеса. Од теоријских и филозофских поставки које утемељују дискусије о заједништву у студијама плеса, рад ће дискутовати концепт кинестезије односно „кинестетичке емпатије”, „огледала неурона” у неуронауци као и филозофска промишљања афекта.


Kључне речи: заједништво, кинестезија, танго, флеш моб, контакт импровизација




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NJARADI, Dunja. Промишљање заједништва посредством плеса: историјско-теоријски пресек. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 70, n. 2, p. 199–215, sep. 2022. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
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