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Questions pour une étude de la chorégraphie située : synthèse des travaux 2005-2018

Abstract : This professorial thesis introduces to the main axes of my research (from 2005 to 2018) on western modern and contemporary dance. The first volume is organised in five chapters: aesthetics, historical approaches, spatiality as the main topic, composition, dance artist writings. Each chapter displays the path that drives my research toward site-specific dance, involving the five successive following issues: 1.How to analyse choreographies, where there is no more dance to look at? (Chapter 1) 2.How to write a site-specific dance history, when source documents fail to report the specificity of their materiality? (Chapter 2) 3.Which kinds of relationships can a choreographic work establish with a non-theatrical situation ? (Chapter 3) 4.How situations can be composed based on choreographic actions? (Chapter 4) 5.How dance artist writings or dance artist books make appear environments that combine site dances and written experiences? (Chapter 5) The thesis brings to light the circumstances and conditions of this research : decisive artistic and intellectual encounters, the context of the dance field, and the rise of dance research itself throughout the past twenty years. The second volume compiles a selection of 43 texts (articles or book chapters) published from 2005 to 2019. There are an additional five supplementary books to this volume : •Figures de l’attention. Cinq essais sur la spatialité en danse (Xavier Le Roy, Yvonne Rainer, Olga Mesa, Boris Charmatz, Merce Cunningham), Dijon : les presses du réel, 2012, 325 pages. •Projet de la matière – Odile Duboc. Mémoire(s) d’une œuvre chorégraphique, Pantin/Dijon : Centre national de la danse/les presses du réel, 2007, 208 pages. •25. Odile Duboc, Françoise Michel : 25 ans de création, Belfort : éd. Centre chorégraphique national de Franche-Comté à Belfort, 2007, 66 pages. •Françoise Michel, Julie Perrin (dir.), Odile Duboc. Les mots de la matière. Écrits de la chorégraphe, Besançon : Les Solitaires intempestifs, 2013, 251 pages. •Emmanuelle Huynh, Denise Luccioni, Julie Perrin (dir.), Histoire(s) et lectures : Trisha Brown/Emmanuelle Huynh, Dijon : les presses du réel, 2012, 343 pages.
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Julie Perrin. Questions pour une étude de la chorégraphie située : synthèse des travaux 2005-2018. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de Lille, Centre d'Etude des Arts Contemporains (CEAC) - EA 3587, 2019. ⟨tel-02208299v2⟩

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