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Stimulus
ideas for dance composition
В© Commonwealth of Australia 2009
stimulus
ideas for dance composition
stimulus
is defined as the starting point or incentive for creative
movement. Stimuli can be categorised into 5 groups.
stimulus
VISUAL
what we see
AUDITORY
what we hear
KINAESTHETIC
movement
TACTILE
what we touch
IDEATIONAL
ideas
visual
images
dreams
visual
what we see
films
The following images, descriptions of dreams and short film excerpts
could be used to stimulate ideas for dance composition.
Click in the text box on each page to add your ideas about how the
visual could be used for movement. You could write words to describe
certain features of the images such as the lines, shapes, colours,
patterns or emotional responses that the images invoke.
Consider using words that remind you of dynamic qualities, timing,
spatial floor patterns, body shapes, relationships and other aspects of
dance composition.
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DREAMS
Dreams can be described as a
series of images, thoughts
and emotions that pass
through the mind while
sleeping.
The things that we dream
about are often said to
symbolise certain things.
MY DREAM
Double click to write a dream
that you have experienced
MY DREAM
Double click to write your ideas
for how your dream could be
used as a starting point for
composition.
FILM
Visit the Australia Screen
website below to view a
selection of short films
about
dance,
flowers,
architecture and movement.
You could use the films as
stimulus for your own
composition or to give you
ideas about creating a
dance work for screen.
View the films at:
www.australiascreen.com.au/education
FILM
Select one of the films. Click in the
text box below to add your ideas
about how you could use the film as
a starting point for movement.
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your ideas
auditory
sounds
AUDITORY
what we hear
music
Music can be used to stimulate ideas for
dance composition. Visit the downloads
page of our website to download a
selection of music tracks.
Select one of the music tracks. Click in the
text box on the following page to add your
ideas about how the music could be used
for movement. You could write words to
describe certain aspects of the music.
Click this link to download the
audio tracks:
Dance DOWNLOADS
Consider using words that remind you of
dynamic qualities, timing, spatial floor
patterns, body shapes, relationships and
other aspects of dance composition.
Double click to add your
ideas
KINAESTHETIC
dance
movement
dynamic
qualities
kinaesthetic
movement
other movement
The following images suggest movement that could be used to
stimulate ideas for dance composition.
Click in the text box on each page to add your ideas about how the
movement in the image could be used for dance composition. You
could write words to describe the movement or try to replicate the
movement with your body.
Consider using words that remind you of dynamic qualities, timing,
spatial floor patterns, body shapes, relationships and other aspects of
dance composition.
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ideas
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tactile
texture
TACTILE
what we touch
The following images focus on the textures of various objects and
could be used to stimulate ideas for dance composition.
Click in the text box on each page to add your ideas about how the
texture of the object could be used for movement. You could write
descriptions of how you imagine the object would feel.
Consider using descriptive words that remind you of dynamic
qualities, timing spatial floor patterns, body shapes, relationships and
other aspects of dance composition.
Double click to add your ideas
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ideas
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your ideas
IDEATIONAL
quotes
poems
concepts
IDEATIONAL
ideas
narratives
The following images and poems suggest concepts and ideas that
could be used to stimulate ideas for dance composition.
Click in the text box on each page to add your ideas about the
concept that could be used for dance composition. You could write
random ideas or develop a short narrative.
Consider how the concepts could be translated to dynamic qualities,
timing, spatial floor patterns, body shapes, relationships and other
aspects of dance composition.
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your ideas
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your ideas
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Choreographers such as
Martha Graham and Nacho
Duato have used poetry as
stimulus for some of their
works.
Words and rhythms of poems can inspire dramatic shapes and
relationships
Use the highlight text tool to
select lines from the
following poems that could
be used as a starting point
for movement.
Write your movement ideas
next to the text.
There's a certain slant of light
by Emily Dickinson
There's a certain slant of light, On
winter afternoons That oppresses, like
the weight Of cathedral tunes.
Heavenly hurt it gives us; We can find
no scar, But internal difference Where
the meanings, are. None may teach it
anything, 'T is the seal, despair, An
imperial affliction Sent us of the air.
When it comes, the landscape listens,
Shadows hold their breath; When it
goes, 't is like the distance On the
look of death.
Source www.emule.com/poetry
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ideas
Pain has an element of blank
by Emily Dickinson
Pain has an element of blank;
It cannot recollect
When it began, or if there were
A day when it was not.
It has no future but itself,
Its infinite realms contain
Its past, enlightened to perceive
New periods of pain
Source www.emule.com/poetry
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ideas
Sonnet CXVI
by William Shakespeare
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Admit impediments. Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds, Or
bends with the remover to remove: O no!
it is an ever-fixed mark That looks on
tempests and is never shaken; It is the
star to every wandering bark, Whose
worth's unknown, although his height be
taken. Love's not Time's fool, though
rosy lips and cheeks Within his bending
sickle's compass come: Love alters not
with his brief hours and weeks, But bears
it out even to the edge of doom. If this be
error and upon me proved, I never writ,
nor no man ever loved.
Source
www.emule.com/poetry
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your ideas
I Saw In Louisiana A Live Oak Growing
by Walt Whitman
I saw in Louisiana a live-oak growing,All alone stood it,
and the moss hung down from the branches;Without
any companion it grew there, uttering joyous leaves of
dark green,And its look, rude, unbending, lusty, made
me think of myself;
But I wonder'd how it could utter joyous leaves,
standing alone there, without its friend, its lover near
for I knew I could not;And I broke off a twig with a
certain number of leaves upon it, and
twined around it a little moss,
And brought it away - and I have placed it in sight in my
room;It is not needed to remind me as of my own dear
friends,(For I believe lately I think of little else than of
them;)Yet it remains to me a curious token--it makes
me think of manly
love; For all that, and though the live-oak glistens there
in Louisiana,
solitary, in a wide flat space,Uttering joyous leaves all
its life, without a friend, a lover, near,I know very well I
could not.
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Source
www.emule.com/poetry
Stimulus
ideas for dance composition
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