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Percepcija telesa v butu
Visočnik Gerželj, Nataša (Author)

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Abstract
Prispevek se v kratkem pogledu v polje antropologije telesa dotakne razmišljanj o telesu v povezavi z družbeno strukturo in poudari poseben odnos do telesa, ki se je izoblikoval na Japonskem. Skozi teorije plesa in pomena plesa kot naèina neverbalne komunikacije se poskuša približati vzrokom in posledicam pojava buta na Japonskem. Poseben poudarek v razpravi je tako namenjen percepciji telesa, t. i. buto telesa, ki je dejanski temelj buto izrazanja in estetike. Buto, ki ga ne uvrščajo niti med ples niti med gledališče, povezujemo tudi s performansom, katerega izvore lahko iščemo v ritualu in je kot tak odraz družbene strukture.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:telo, ples, buto, percepcija, performans, rituali
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.02 - Review Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2005
Publisher:Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Number of pages:str. 161-175
Numbering:Letn. 15=(66)
UDC:793/794
ISSN on article:0354-0316
COBISS.SI-ID:732550 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Etnolog
Shortened title:Etnolog, N. vrsta
Publisher:Slovenski etnografski muzej
ISSN:0354-0316
COBISS.SI-ID:30616065 This link opens in a new window

Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
Following a brief survey of the anthropology of the body, the article addresses reflections on the body in connection with social structure and emphasises the special attitude to the body that has developed in Japan. Through an analysis of dance and the meaning of dance as a method of non-verbal communication, it attempts to shed light on the causes and effects of the butoh phenomenon in Japan. Special emphasis in this article is therefore given to the perception of the body, that is the butoh body - the actual foundation of butoh expression and aesthetics. Butoh, which is classified neither as dance nor as theatre, is then associated with performance, whose origin may be found in rituals, and as such it is a reflection of social structure.

Keywords:body, dance, butoh, perception, performance, rituals

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