Space: refers to the space through which the dancer’s body moves (general or personal space, level, size, direction, pathway, focus). Time: is applied as both musical and dance elements (beat, tempo, speed, rhythm, sudden, slow, sustained).
What are examples of space in dance?
So space refers to movement across the stage, but shape refers to the dimensions of the dancer’s body throughout this movement. Think of it this way: you’ve got two dancers, and both are going to move diagonally across the stage from back to front.
What are the space levels of dance?
Three components: low, medium and high. The low level is on the ground (generally floor work). Movements on this level are representative of sadness, hurt, loss, depressed, vulnerable, earthy, bound, heavy and heavy. The medium level is the travel, transition and locomotive level.
How is space used in ballroom dancing?
Making this space larger or smaller changes the relationship between the dancer(s) and the surroundings. If you want your dance character to exude excitement or openness, you might, for example, take up a larger space by holding your arms wide open instead of wrapping your arms close around you.
What are the elements of space?
- Two-Dimensional Space. 2D space is a measurable distance on a surface which shows length and width but lacks thickness or depth.
- Three-Dimensional Space.
- Four-Dimensional Space.
- Positive and Negative Shapes.
- Direction and Linear Perspective.
- Proportion / Scale.
- Overlapping Shapes.
ELEMENTS OF DANCE (SPACE) | CHOREOGRAPHY BASICS
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