Expressive Art – Dance

                      Moving Body Rhythmically For The Sake Of Pleasure 

Dance is the movement of the body in a rhythmic way, usually on a song or simply taking delight and relish in the movement. This is the purpose of expressing an idea or emotions in practical way. It is a powerful impulse, but it is that impulse, routed by skillful performers into something more expressive and that may be a source of pleasure and delight to spectators. There are two concepts of the art of dance; one is dance as a powerful impulse, and the second dance is a skillful art.

In dance, the two concepts are stronger than some other arts like singing music, and no one can exist without the each other. This definition of dance covers all forms of art, and notions of philosophers and critics throughout history. The dance that is a rhythmic movement whose purpose is to show men characters as well as what they do. Actually, dancing is an elegant and regular movement harmoniously, contained beautiful altitudes and contrasted postureS of the body.

The incoherent gestures and cues by which there is express of joys and furies of brutal life. The aspect of dance in emphasizing its role is to express inner emotions by movement of body. For dance, movements are not directly related to grinding, travel or existence. Dance may be referring to the movements that are associated with activities. There are various types of dance. The interaction between dance and forms of art is discussed in folk dance. One of the most basic purposes of the dance is the expression and communication of emotions and feelings. People often dance as the purpose of releasing powerful feelings, such as accesses of high spirits, joy, leisure, relish, impatience or anger. These motive forces can be seen in the spontaneous skipping and jumping movements.

Dance helps to generate emotions and feelings as well as release them. People who dance for the sake of pleasure of experiencing the movement of the body can relish their stress and depression. Dance includes the movement of arms, back or head that is lifted back and the body that is arched or twisted. The dance movements tend to be well organized into a rhythmic or regular pattern, tracking lines and circles on the land or ground. This involves special efforts and grinds or stylization, such as high leaps and kicks or measured walks. The dancer becomes more aware of the gravitational force that always tends body towards itself and provides equilibrium. The dance creates a very difficult perception of time. You must experience it once in your life by loving art.