Learning from your body : an emersive method at the CNAC


Auteurs : Andrieu, Bernard (Auteur) ; Centre national des arts du cirque (Direction)

Lieu de publication : Mont-Saint-Aignan, France

Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre

Date de publication : 2018

ISBN : 9791024009179

Langue : Anglais

Description : 110 p. ; 22 cm + 1 DVD (1h42 min)

Notes : Bibliogr. : p. 103-104

Sujets :
Arts du cirque - Étude et enseignement
Centre national des arts du cirque (CNAC)
Mouvement (Analyse du)
Activité motrice
Pédagogie du corps
Expression corporelle
Corps humain - Philosophie
Planche coréenne
Fil mou
Fil de fer
Cadre aérien
Mât chinois
Roue Cyr
Pole Mallakhamb
Corde lisse
Main à main

Dépouillement du document :
Preface : What's at play in the game


Learning from your body
A new analysis of activity
Situating action in the living body
Discovering sensations
Access to the body
Techniques of the living body and the lived body
Unconscious adjustments of the living body
Analysing the typology of gestures in the first person
From physical exercise to habitus
From practice to bodily experience
Immersion of the situated movement in the playing field
Unconsciously embodied techniques
Contortion or circumventing the body schema?
The temporality of action
Sensation in the first person
Emersion of the living body in the self
Attention and visual processing
Concentration of the hands and attention to the living
Intentional gesture and motor anticipation
Body confidence
An intimate perception
A double viewpoint on tempo
Automatic movements and body techniques
Conclusion : Injury as a return to consciousness
Sources and references

Postface : How does the body apprehend a new movement?
Daily training in the circus arts
The visual body and the formula for movement
The tactile body and its interactions
The living body is a body schema
Sources and references

Résumé :

Learning from your living body is now possible. This book brings together films recorded on GoPro cameras, complied on a DVD produced by Raoul Bender, our photographs taken at training sessions and our interviews with artists from the National Centre for Circus Arts (Centre national du cirque, CNAC) in Châlons-en-Champagne.

Each person can recognise three types of movements in their bodies: the involuntary gestures that our living body makes as it adapts, gestures integrated by techniques and learning, and intentional gestures that are aware of our motor decisions.

Emotions, affects, fear and vertigo find unique information in the living body which contribute to our well-being. Analysing movement boosts both body confidence and self-esteem. Sharing gestures with other bodies nurtures good intercorporeality. [editor summary]

Remerciement au donateur : Centre national des arts du cirque

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 791.307 11 A573l 2018

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