Presentation on theme: "Individual and group identity"— Presentation transcript:
1 Individual and group identity Falling AngelsReturn to Dance HSC ONLINEGo to tutorialIndividual and group identitySYLLABUS
2 Return to Dance HSC ONLINE Explore the possibility that Kylian is making comment on the role of women and individual and group identity in his work Falling Angels.As a starting point, consider the role of women in the 1980s, when the work was first performed. Search the Internet for information about the role of women in politics, business, the humanities, science and domestic situations. How different is the role of women today in comparison to the 1980s?
3 What is the significance of the beginning of the work? Return to Dance HSC ONLINEIdentify significant solos and duos in the work and briefly describe each.What is the significance of the beginning of the work?What is the significance of the ending of the work?
4 What characters are portrayed in the solos? Return to Dance HSC ONLINEWhat characters are portrayed in the solos?What is the group doing/portraying when the soloists perform?What narratives are conveyed in the duos?
5 What might the work communicate about: politics and power? Return to Dance HSC ONLINEWhat might the work communicate about:politics and power?individual and group?being female?Write a short essay to summarise your response to these questions.Support your comments with reference to movement in the work.
6 HSC areas of studycomponentsmovementspatial elementsdynamic elementsaural elementsdancerssetting and environmentinterpretation of the workcontextgenresubject mattermeaningsignificancewriting and criticismreading and writing reviews – newspapers, magazines, journalsthe role of the critic in danceplacing the criticism in contextorganising the dancemotifphrasemotif into phrasesequencingtransitionrepetitionvariation and contrastformal structureunityappraisal and evaluationevaluationgeneral values of societyspecific values in the context of the workworth and meriteffectiveness/appropriateness of the workeffectiveness/appropriateness of the performancePrescribed choreographers and worksera/period in which they workbackground/traininginfluenceschoreographic styleThis tutorial addresses the following syllabus area of study in appreciationReturn to tutorial