Diana Vignolles

Diana Vignolles

Bailarina. Me interesa la imagen como instrumento para la comunicación a través del Arte. I'm a dancer. I'm interested in image as an instrument for communicat
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Kontakthof, Pina Bausch, performers +65 (2000)

Kontakthof, Pina Bausch, performers +65 (2000)

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/pain/pain1f.jpg

Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/pain/pain1f.jpg

Resultado de imagen de kyle maclachlan linda evangelista

Resultado de imagen de kyle maclachlan linda evangelista

Charles Ray Plank Piece I and II by Dan Fischer, 1973.

Charles Ray Plank Piece I and II by Dan Fischer, 1973.

Scene from Mary Wigman's "Chorische Studien",1929

Scene from Mary Wigman's "Chorische Studien",1929

Scene from Mary Wigman's "Chorische Studien",1929

Scene from Mary Wigman's "Chorische Studien",1929

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Résultat de recherche d'images pour "rudolf von laban"

RUDOLF LABAN (1879-1958) was a dance artist and theorist, notable as one of the pioneers of modern dance in Europe. Contemporary of I. Duncan. Believed movement should arise from the inner rhythm of the dancer, not from the music. His motto: Dance, Sound, Word. Seen dance as art nor pure physical activity. His theories of choreography and movement are now foundations of the modern dance.

RUDOLF LABAN (1879-1958) was a dance artist and theorist, notable as one of the pioneers of modern dance in Europe. Contemporary of I. Duncan. Believed movement should arise from the inner rhythm of the dancer, not from the music. His motto: Dance, Sound, Word. Seen dance as art nor pure physical activity. His theories of choreography and movement are now foundations of the modern dance.

Rudolf von Laban and his dancers, 1914, Ascona

Rudolf von Laban and his dancers, 1914, Ascona

In 1947 Rudolf Laban published a book Effort, Fordistic (mass-production) study of the time taken to perform tasks in the workplace and the energy used. He tried to provide methods intended to help workers to eliminate "shadow movements" (which he believed wasted energy and time) and to focus instead on constructive movements necessary to the job in hand.

In 1947 Rudolf Laban published a book Effort, Fordistic (mass-production) study of the time taken to perform tasks in the workplace and the energy used. He tried to provide methods intended to help workers to eliminate "shadow movements" (which he believed wasted energy and time) and to focus instead on constructive movements necessary to the job in hand.