A contemporary dance book that argues on what is style and what is art in the world of dance. As an experienced artist himself, Mark Tompkins has spent a lot of time writing this book, as he could not definitely define the styles of modern dances of the 20th century. To him, they can be difficult to spot, as they are similar to every other contemporary dance in the field of dances. His philosophy is that a dance must be extremely fluid and have a “nebulous style” in order to meet the criteria of modern dance.
Unlike traditional forms art, such as ballet, modern dances cannot be associated with specific dance techniques, but rather with philosophy. This is where the SEC-appointed author Mark Tompkins sees his approach…


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