Eurythmy, developed in the early twentieth century by Rudolf Steiner in the anthroposophical context, arising from the principles that underpin the science of the spirit, is considered an art form far from the dance and the performing arts movement which are an expression of feeling and inwardness. Through an analysis of the path taken by Steiner in this art and some of its founding principles (which seems to recall the aesthetics of François Delsarte), we assume a value expression which can link the eurhythmic movement to feelings and sensations. By dispelling the status of this art as a mere spiritual practice, we assume the possibility of a return to the original intent of its founder and a concrete reintegration of eurythmy in the field of performing arts.

Euritmia. Quando la spiritualità apre uno spiraglio all’emozione

Monica Cristini
2011-01-01

Abstract

Eurythmy, developed in the early twentieth century by Rudolf Steiner in the anthroposophical context, arising from the principles that underpin the science of the spirit, is considered an art form far from the dance and the performing arts movement which are an expression of feeling and inwardness. Through an analysis of the path taken by Steiner in this art and some of its founding principles (which seems to recall the aesthetics of François Delsarte), we assume a value expression which can link the eurhythmic movement to feelings and sensations. By dispelling the status of this art as a mere spiritual practice, we assume the possibility of a return to the original intent of its founder and a concrete reintegration of eurythmy in the field of performing arts.
danza, euritmia, Rudolf Steiner
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