Performing the remembered present : the cognition of memory in dance, theatre and music / edited by Pil Hansen and Bettina Bläsing.
Medverkande: Hansen, Pil [edt] | Bläsing, Bettina [edt].Serie: Performance and science: interdisciplinary dialogues: Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017Fysisk beskrivning: xv, 267 sidor illustrationer.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781474284714.Ämne: Minnet | Kognition | Dans | Teater | MusikGenre/Form: SamlingsverkDDC klassifikation: 791.019 Annan klassifikation: Ikö
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index
Memory and dance: "Bodies of knowledge" in contemporary dance / Catherine J. Stevens -- Memory in music listening and performance / Jane Ginsborg -- Distributed cognition, memory and theatrical performance / Evelyn Tribble -- Action, memory and meaning: embodied cognition and the actor's fictional present / Rick Kemp -- Learning complex actions through physical vs. observational experience: implications and applications for dance and other performing arts / Dilini K. Sumanapala, Emily S. Cross -- Analytical aspects in children's performance of music from memory / Anna Maria Bordin -- Music improvisation, identity and embodied cognition / Robert J. Oxoby -- Dancing With a bullet: moving into memory with music / Vahri McKnezie -- Already seen, already heard, already visited: construction the experience of déjà states within live intermedial performance / Deirdre McLaughlin, Joanne Scott
This international collection brings together scientists, scholars and artist-researchers to explore the cognition of memory through the performing arts and examine artistic strategies that target cognitive processes of memory. The strongly embodied and highly trained memory systems of performing artists render artistic practice a rich context for understanding how memory is formed, utilized and adapted through interaction with others, instruments and environments. Using experimental, interpretive and Practice-as-Research methods that bridge disciplines, the authors provide overview chapters and case studies of subjects such as: collectively and environmentally distributed memory in the performing arts; autobiographical memory triggers in performance creation and reception; the journey from learning to memory in performance training; the relationship between memory, awareness and creative spontaneity, and memorization and embodied or structural analysis of scores and scripts.This volume provides an unprecedented resource for scientists, scholars, artists, teachers and students looking for insight into the cognition of memory in the arts, strategies of learning and performance, and interdisciplinary research methodology