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Feels Like Dancing: Motion capture driven haptic interface as an added sensory experience for dance viewing

John McCormick, Mohammed Hossny, Michael Fielding, James Mullins, Jordan Beth Vincent, Mostafa Hossny, Kim Vincs, Shady Mohamed, Saeid Nahavandi, Douglas Creighton, Steph Hutchison
2018 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the following people for their assistance and support: Michelle Stevens, Dennis Whitcombe, Georgia Knight, Veronica Pardo, Fiona Cook, Vicki Sowry, Australian  ...  Network for Art and Technology, Arts Access Victoria, Telematics Trust and the Australia Council.  ...  It does not necessarily rely on a complex set vocabulary making it easier for deaf-blind people, family, friends, interpreters and other professionals to communicate and interact.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_a_01689 fatcat:klfllksmcze5nbillr2ii5g4fy

The Ute Bear Dance

Verner Z. Reed
1896 American Anthropologist  
The following, almost verbatim, is the language used by a Southern Ute in requesting a chief to arrange for a dance: "Chief, it has been long since our people have all been in one place, and it would be  ...  After the annual winter hunt is over, when the time grows dull and the people listless from inaction, a man goes to the proper functionary and asks him to appoint the time for a Bear dance.  ... 
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A Square Dancing Celebrity [chapter]

Peifeng Wang
2020 Factors Influencing Child Survival in Tanzania  
Athlete leaders needed to rehearse a dance to appear on the stage of the 2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games. This is LZ (pointing at a photo) dancing.  ...  It is a place for people with ID to cultivate themselves. LZ's father: It also serves as a platform for people with ID to communicate with society. Q LZ: April 8, 2010.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-15-5128-4_5 fatcat:bfs3oqzsp5e27od3gztuyizjl4

The Ute Bear Dance

Verner Z. Reed
1896 American Anthropologist  
The following, almost verbatim, is the language used by a Southern Ute in requesting a chief to arrange for a dance : '' Chief, it has been long siuce our people have all hcen in one place, and it would  ...  to cast the film of blindness from their eyes.  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1896.9.7.02a00020 fatcat:qd7a3mbquve6jjybiy5zwmwmea

Doesn't a dance require dancers?

N. S. Thompson, Jaan Valsiner
2002 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Shanker & King (S&K) use a dance metaphor to describe the communication between two organisms because a coordinated dance between two people gives the impression of a single organism in movement.  ...  toys and games.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x0245011x fatcat:lsdzp434ezhi7ks5q3crw57feu

Silent disco: dancing in synchrony leads to elevated pain thresholds and social closeness

Bronwyn Tarr, Jacques Launay, Robin I.M. Dunbar
2016 Evolution and human behavior  
This study uses an experimental paradigm to determine which aspects of synchrony in dance are associated with changes in pain threshold (a proxy for endorphin release) and social bonding between strangers  ...  This experiment suggests that dance encourages social bonding amongst co--actors by stimulating the production of endorphins, but may not make people more altruistic.  ...  We thank the many research assistants who helped throughout data collection, including colleagues at our Research Lab, and Matei Cristea for modeling the dance movements in the training videos.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2016.02.004 pmid:27540276 pmcid:PMC4985033 fatcat:pc2egdhtifcvfdcqx4gi5dcbye

Mistreatment in the Ballet World

Cayla Flagg
2021 Dance major journal  
Maybe this is the reason our studio director turned a blind eye to students and parents who reached out to report suffering they experienced under his reign.  ...  His volume of vocalization was a threat, a reminder of how easily he could be pushed over the edge into "yelling territory." His fingers snapped menacingly along with every beat.  ... 
doi:10.5070/d59154693 fatcat:lk3u6zj3ijgurab2n4aebtkpxa

The Integration of the Sun Dance in Ute Religion

Marvin K. Opler
1941 American Anthropologist  
During the rain, the crowd thinned only slightly and the dancing went on a little more slowly. On the evening of the second day, the drum was sounded three times to assemble the people.  ...  Outside the corral grounds, gambling games are begun and sometimes social dancing is in progress.  ...  Revivalistic cults of the Ghost Dance and Peyote varieties were finding fertile soil for mushroom growth. Thus the shamans proclaimed the rite a powerful force in "keeping the people together."  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1941.43.4.02a00050 fatcat:4hkb5xkchbfrtgbbmu26ngplti

NAVIGATING WITH OUR EYES, SPEAKING WITH OUR FINGERS: ICTs and the ecology of life

Sylvia Caiuby Novaes, Victor Eiji Issa
2020 Revista Observatório  
I propose, based on what Tim Ingold calls the ecology of life (INGOLD, 2000), that communicating, relating and expressing yourself using such technologies are skills that are developed from a process of  ...  Blind and / or deaf people connect to the world through other lines, they also weave their mesh of relationships, for example, think about how touch is a sense developed very differently from people who  ...  The ability to play can be compared to dancing in the middle of this orchestra of images, sounds and buttons to be pressed.  ... 
doi:10.20873/uft.2447-4266.2020v6n4a5en fatcat:mgflr5aaezfchdtnaurslsou6u

Ethnoforgery and Outsider Afrofuturism

Trace Reddell
2013 Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture  
With original recordings and major statements of Afrofuturist theory in mind, I orchestrate a deliberately ill-fitting mixture of Slavoj Žižek's critique of multiculturalism, Félix Guattari's concept of  ...  "polyphonic subjectivity, " and Marcus Boon's idea of shamanic "ethnopsychedelic montage" in order to argue for an Outsider Afrofuturism that works along the lines of an alternative modernity at the seam  ...  The snapping, pop-locking bodies made for a powerful synchronization with the voices of American radio that Byrne and Eno were starting to record: preachers, evangelists, healers, finger-wavers and exorcists  ... 
doi:10.12801/1947-5403.2013.05.02.05 fatcat:asrkckeyt5hqbdnvyqy4ghfan4

Dancing, Standing Still: Back to the Hidden Source

Avner Holtzman
2015 Yod  
Intercourse, for instance, is described as a bizarre and boring affair: "in, out, in, out, whatever can come of this? I've always wondered why people make such a big fuss about this.  ...  The word "love" collapses into a series of incomprehensible sounds and loses its human essence (p. 84).  ... 
doi:10.4000/yod.2298 fatcat:vd4jq5u6dnd2rihc4sej3wbkw4

Avoiding Capture

Ramsay Burt
2018 Dance Research Journal  
This essay discusses three recent British contemporary dance works that radically rework the spatial relation between audience and performer.  ...  It can mean a coming together of people for a common purpose or shared activity, for example a school assembly.  ...  I am also grateful to 'Funmi Adewole, Helen Thomas, and my two blind readers for their very useful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0149767718000396 fatcat:dunahut6k5genb2nxpsdlbvjqi

THE ARAPAHO SUN DANCE; THE CEREMONY OF THE OFFERINGS LODGE

George A. Dorsey
1903 Publications of the Field Columbian Museum. Anthropological Series  
Children's Games During the Sun Dance Ceremony.  ...  Still Little-Star was sound asleep.  ...  She ceases to be such when the ceremony is over, after the Dance?  ... 
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Exploring Pregnant Embodiment with Phenomenology and Butoh Dance

Tanja Stähler
2017 Yearbook for Eastern and Western Philosophy  
This question will be explored with the help of phenomenology and Butoh dance.  ...  A phenomenology of the pregnant body thus leads to a removal of world, but also reveals new dimensions of world, and it even comes to disclose the other as a new world within.  ...  The dancer moves as if being a body in the world for the first time. She appears like a strange animal or creature, fingers stretched out high, reminiscent of shadow games which easily evoke birds.  ... 
doi:10.1515/yewph-2017-0006 fatcat:ayhcqujlvvgubnhb3hctjcr3xu

A Creative Ethos: Teaching and Learning at the Cloud Gate Dance School in Taiwan

David Mead
2009 Congress on Research in Dance Conference Proceedings  
Yet, personal creativity in activities is stressed by the school's leaders and teachers, both for teachers and students.  ...  The Cloud Gate Dance School has highly structured and detailed curricula and pedagogical practices where the meeting of specific course and individual lesson objectives are regarded as essential.  ...  Chu both explained and demonstratedhow she could open and close her hands by spreading her fingers wide, then closing them in to make a fist.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2049125500001229 fatcat:wnfbawkv3rhibodv2lfkiyeeze
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