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Dance , MiMesis , consciousness anD the iMagination

@inproceedings{Hamera2008DanceM,
  title={Dance , MiMesis , consciousness anD the iMagination},
  author={J. Hamera},
  year={2008}
}
Judith hamera’s quote from Dancing communities suggests the impact of dance training and related technique on the body and psyche of a dancer. As Hamera indicates, the pedagogical method employed to transmit the technique from the body of the teacher to that of student is specific to each dance form and related technologies. Furthermore, dancers strive to master a technique through a process of repetitive replication of a movement vocabulary that will allow them to embody the cultural aesthetic… Expand
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“Hollow”: Reflections on practice, the artefact and the body

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