Taniec Okrucieństwa. Butō jako realizacja projektu Antonina Artauda
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Antonin Artaud’s Theatre of Cruelty and Tatsumi Hijikata’s dance Ankoku butoh are both expressions of the revolt against the Western assumptions of stage art which degrade a human being and kill the lively texture of the performance. Artaud’s protest aimed at the formula of the bourgeois theatre which absorbed life in the name of culture. Hijikata revolted against restraining of the dancer’s body and imposing through a set of rigorous codes, a form which suited the preferences of a perfectly socialized society. Hijikata seems to be the direct inheritor of the way of thinking about the meaning of the stage practice which Artaud presented in the collection of articles published in his The Theatre and It’s Double almost half a century earlier.
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