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Aesthetic negativity and choreographic practice

Bucar, M.;
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Abstract
At the core of this doctoral submission is a portfolio of three of my recent choreographic works(all created between 2011-2014), complemented by a text, which attempts to formulate a theoretical approach for explicating the works, through the lens of Theodor Adorno’s theory of the inherent negativity of modernist artworks. Such an approach places Adorno’s ideas at the very centre of the analytical view presented here, albeit via the semiotic (re)articulation of these same ideas in recent work by Christoph Menke. This, in turn, draws on earlier work done within aesthetic semiotics by Viktor Shklovsky, through which it is hoped that insight, clarification, and his...
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3. Room&Road - Remake (2014) This work was recreated and reconceived from an earlier version dating from 2005 in Ljubljana, and is an extended recreation which premiered at the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and subsequently at Trinity Laban's Laurie Grove Theatre in London, in September 2014.

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