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From technical movement to artistic gesture : the trampoline, training support for propulsion : pedagogical guide

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Auteurs : FEDEC - Fédération Européenne des Écoles de Cirque Professionnels (Direction) ; Dumont, Agathe (Auteur)

Lieu de publication : Bruxelles

Éditeur : FEDEC

Date de publication : 2017

Langue : Anglais

Description : 76 p. : ill. coul. ; 28 cm

Notes : Bibliogr. : p. 65

Sujets :
Arts du cirque - Étude et enseignement
Trampoline - Étude et enseignement
Balançoire russe
Planche coréenne
Banquine
Voltigeur
Arts du cirque - Processus de création
Arts du cirque - Accidents et blessures - Prévention
Préparation mentale
Main à main - Étude et enseignement

Dépouillement du document :

TEACHING PROPULSION DISCIPLINES MODALITIES AND TRANSFERS
A review of the trampoline’s place in the teaching of circus disciplines
Methodology of technical progression on the trampoline
The technical movement: mastery and safety
Transfers from one discipline to another
Observing the body moving through the air

FROM A SPORT TO AN ARTISTIC GESTURE WHEN LEARNING DISCIPLINES WITH PROPULSION
From an athletic to an artistic jump: questions of intent
A detour by gesture analysis
Defining and developing an acrobatic presence
Artistic research on propulsion pieces of equipment
From improvisation to staging

CONCLUSION

Résumé :
The basic material for writing this educational tool was the eponymous training session held at the Staatliche Artistenschule in Berlin, Germany, from 13 to 18 March 2016. The manual reports on the exchanges on the pedagogical orientations outlined by the participants during the round tables dedicated to the subject. It is also based on examples of pedagogical practices collected during series of individual interviews conducted by the associate author Agathe Dumont, the pedagogical coordinator Arnaud Thomas, with the speakers and participants, on exercises proposed by some of them, as well as complementary tools borrowed from the fields of sports sciences, other arts, history, aesthetics, or the social sciences.

The first part of the manual focuses on observing the different stages, possible transfers and pedagogical issues in the learning of propulsion disciplines. The second part proposes to look at the artistic performance of the technical movement. In line with the session's workshops, each notion is explained, illustrated with examples and enriched by reading suggestions or enlightened by other ways of seeing, such as a toolbox from which everyone can draw ideas or resources.

Teachers and students had expressed the need to have tools that mirror the pedagogical and artistic evolutions, which are no longer based only on oral transmission, but also to have strong bibliographical references and a conceptual contribution for more reflection and research. However, the manual exceeds these expectations since it makes it possible to formalize the practices of today professionals and to transmit them. The proposals are transferable from one apparatus and practice to another and allow a cross-disciplinary reflection on aerial skills or, more broadly, on the way circus arts are constantly tackling the issues and difficulties of vertical work, weight and gravity. [editor summary]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 791.307 11 F292t 2017

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