Transkulturowość butō. Japonia, Welsch i pytania o tożsamość
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The Cultural Potential of Buto: On the Conception of Transculturality in Wolfgang Welsch — In the buto dance, born originally in Japan after the Second World War, the performer is devoid of his social identity and concentrates on the body as such. Hijikata and Ono — the creators of the dance — utilized the elements of ritual, philosophical and artistic traditions constituent both of the culture of Japan and the culture of the West. In my article I attempt to answer the question in what way the deprivation of one’s social identity can create a trans-cultural field of communication allowing a new form of artistic expression.
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