Mind the gap: Jo Ha Kyu [Ma] and the missing teeth: evolutionary practice based on a somatic embodied unfolding of productions, pedagogy and personal events
AffiliationFine Arts and Music Collected Works
Access StatusOpen Access
© 2018 Dr. Robert Draffin
In this personal case study, I offer an emergent embodied practice derived from a distinct fusion of Asian theatre practices (Chinese-Japanese) and Australian training. Using the principles of Jo Ha Kyu [Ma], I construct and apply an interpretive-analytical framework to describe and map out the interrelated evolutions of productions, pedagogy, and personal events. Eschewing a curatorial narrative, I instead engage experientially in this autobiographical retrospection purposely immersing myself in a construction of five memory rooms, generating ongoing pedagogy, and exploring an embodied research methodology for a performing arts-based Higher Doctorate.
KeywordsAsian traditional theatre; contemporary actor training pedagogy
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