In the context of the most recent experiments involving dance–literature relations, I would like to focus on Concordan(s)e, a fascinating literary and artistic adventure that has been ongoing since 2007. A collaborative encounter between a writer and a choreographer leads to the co-creation of a new, shared work, which is a sort of prolongation or extension of their individual artistic worlds. This ‘shared artistic act’ invites reflection on a possible transformation that affects not only the novel but also creativity itself. The novel is changed by the ‘mutation’ of the act of writing. This ‘mutation’ both nourishes the reader-spectator and serves as the foundation for thinking about the writer’s creative process; it also gives the literary text another form. Might not this change in the act of writing be the main issue to be considered if we are to understand one of the ways the contemporary novel is developing, and to broaden the scope of studies on the relationship between dance and literature?
|Titolo:||Literary Concordances in the twenty-first century|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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