Friday, July 4, 2008

Reading List on Dance on Camera
Compiled from the Media Arts and Dance List
With contributions from (in alphabetical order):
Anna Brady Nuse, Deirdre Towers, Douglas Rosenberg, Karen Pearlman, Paige Starling Sorvillo, Richard James Allen, Simon Fildes Yukihiko Yoshida.

Some more from Sabine Klaus:

BROADHURST, S. & MACHON, J. (eds), 2006. Performance and Technology – Practices of Virtual Embodiment and Interactivity.
UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

CASS, J., 1999. The Dance – A Handbook for the Appreciation of the Choreographic Experience
Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc.

CARTER, A. (ed.), 2004. Rethinking Dance History.
London: Routledge.

CLARKE, M. & CRISP, C., 1981, The History of Dance.
London: Orbis Publishing Ltd.

COPELAND. R., 2004. Merce Cunningham – The Modernizing of Modern Dance.
New York: Routledge.

COHAN, R., 1997. The Dance Workshop. 2nd ed.
London, Dance Books Ltd.

DINKLA, S. & LEEKER, M. (eds), 2002, Dance and Technology: Moving towards Media Productions. Berlin: Alexander Verlag.

DODD, C., 1980. Ballet and Modern Dance.London: Phaidon Press Limited.FORSYTHE, W., 1999. Improvisation Technologies – A tool for the Analytical Dance Eye.
Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag.

KING, K., 2003. Writing in Motion – Body- Language – Technology.
Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press Middletown.

LEPECKI, A.(ed), 2004. Of the Presence of the Body – Essays on Dance and Performance Theory. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.

MITOMA, J. (editor), 2002. Envisioning Dance on Film and Video.
UK: Routledge. (Book & DVD)

MOCK, R. (ed.), 2000. Performing Processes – Creating Live Performance.
USA: Intellect Books Ltd.

MORSE, M., 1998. Virtualities – Television, Media Art and Cyberculture
USA: Indiana University Press.

NEWLOVE, J. & DALBY, J., 2004. Laban for all.
London: A Nick Hern Book Ltd.

NICOLAEVA-LEGAT, N., 1947. Ballet Education. London: Geoffrey Bles.

RUTHVEN-HALL, P. (ed), 2002. 2D/3D Design for Theatre & Performance.London: The Society of British Theatre Design.

SANDAHL, C. & AUSLANDER, P. (eds), 2005. Bodies in Commotion – Disability & Performance.
Michigan: The University of Michigan Press.

SCHECHNER, R., 2002. Performance Studies – An Introduction.
London: Routledge.

SIEGMUND, G., 2004. William Forsythe - Denken in Bewegung (- Thinking in Motion).
Berlin: Henschelverlag.

WHITE, M., 2006, The Body and The Screen - Theories of Internet Spectatorship.
Massachusetts: Institute of Technology.

and some more from Sarah-Louise Spies:

1) Deleuze, G (translated by Hugh Tomlinson & Barbara Habberjam), 2005. Cinema 1: The Movement-Image. Continuum, London and New York. (Also available is Cinema 2: The Time-Image with the same publishing details.)

2) Rieser, M & Zapp, A (2004) New Screen Media: Cinema/Art/Narrative. BFI Publishing, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe.

3) Jones, C (ed) 2006. Sensorium: embodied experience, technology, and contemporary art. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, England.

4) Marks, L.U. (2000) The Skin of the Film: intercultural cinema, embodiment, and the senses.Duke University Press, Durham and London.

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