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Judging choreography

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If we translate the questions beauty poses into the field of choreography and performance, we have to start from zero again and again. A truly judging choreography would be one that constructs its own scope step by step and brings forth its own rules and the always difficult probings of unforeseeable processes. To consider choreography along the lines of aesthetical judgments would mean to make a generic concept out of it. Choreography would then no longer be a poetics prescribing what belongs to it and what does not. It would no longer determine which activities are dance and which are not, and would enter the genesis of its own self-grounding.
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Keywords: Immanuel Kant; Jacques Rancière; Jean-François Lyotard; beauty; choreography; generic

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Academy of Fine Arts, Munich

Publication date: December 1, 2014

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