I have a Body, I am a Body: somatic approaches to movement at an undergraduate dance course

Autores

  • Heloisa Corrêa Gravina (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, UFSM, Santa Maria, Brazil) Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

Palavras-chave:

Dance, Somatic Education, Performance, Pedagogical Practices, Somaesthetics,

Resumo

In this article, I started from the experience of somatic approaches to movement at the undergraduate dance course of the Universidade Federal de Santa Maria to propose a discussion about the pedagogical and artistic implications of this choice. I explain my point of view as a teacher and artist, as well as my understanding of the use of somatic approaches to dance, and explore the students’ experiences. Within the framework of performance as an analytical paradigm, articulated from the viewpoint of Somaesthetics, I point out some ways provided by such a choice in promoting emancipatory pedagogical practices and expanding the artistic possibilities of dancers. 

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Publicado

2014-11-19

Como Citar

Gravina (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, UFSM, Santa Maria, Brazil), H. C. (2014). I have a Body, I am a Body: somatic approaches to movement at an undergraduate dance course. Revista Brasileira De Estudos Da Presença, 5(1), 233–258. Recuperado de https://www.seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/presenca/article/view/51749

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Somática, Poéticas e Educação