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Improving the Presentation of Dance: Analysis of Visualization Methods for Stage Works

Cuiying Li


Under the influence of the trend of cultural media, the visualization of stage works is increasingly attracting attention from the industry and the public, and screen dance is a common form of visualizing dance works. This kind of visual adaptation has become a cross-media creative behavior, involving the transition from one art field to another. This article analyzes three typical scenarios for visualizing stage works, explores methods for transforming from stage to screen, reconstructs stage works through more extensive, diverse, and fl exible fi lm technologies, opens up possibilities for communication and negotiation between dance and fi lm/video art, and establishes an intimate symbiotic relationship between the two.


Dance; Screen dance; Stage works; Scene conversion

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i35.12571