Embodied Consciousness : Performance Technologies
Contributor(s): Sellers-Young, Barbara.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013Description: 1 online resource (244 p.).ISBN: 9781137320056.Subject(s): Consciousness | Performing arts -- Psychological aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Embodied Consciousness : Performance TechnologiesDDC classification: 792.01/9 | 792.019 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; 1 Consciousness and the Brain: A Window to the Mind; Part I: Pedagogy of Performance Training; 2 The Neuroscience of Performance Pedagogy; 3 Embodying Deep Practice: A Pedagogical Approach to Actor Training; 4 When Consciousness Fragments: A Personal Encounter with Stage Fright in Performance; Part II: Eastern Influences on Western Performance Training Technologies; 5 Motion in Stillness - Stillness in Motion: Contemplative Practice in the Performing Arts
6 Pause in Breath: Potential for Altered States of Consciousness in Traditional Indian Performance7 Embodied Consciousness: Warm-Up and Cool-Down; 8 Altered States: Radiating Consciousness in Michael Chekhov's Technique; Part III: Reception and Reflection in Contemporary Performance; 9 Irish Biopolitics and National (Un)Consciousness: Gerard Mannix Flynn's Public Performances of Inclusion; 10 The Performance Mirror: Self, Consciousness and Verbatim Theatre; 11 Oprah Feelin': Technologies of Reception in the Commercial Flash Mob; Part IV: Theorizing the Consciousness of Postmodern Performance
12 Re-examining Heidegger to Uncover Creativity in the Iteratively Bound Performer13 Aesthetic Encounters of a Collective Consciousness; 14 Metatheatre and Consciousness; Index
This volume of essays combines research from neuroscience, conscious studies, methods of training performers, modes of creating a staged narrative, Asian aesthetics, and post-modern theories of performance in an examination of the relationship between consciousness and performance.
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