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CREATIVE PANTOMIME ARTS THROUGH INDONESIA WAYANG MOTION TECHNIQUES S.Pd., M.Pd, Surya Ndoko
International Journal of Visual and Performing Arts Vol 1, No 2: December 2019
Publisher : ASSOCIATION FOR SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING ELECTRICAL AND ENGINEERING (ASCEE)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31763/viperarts.v1i2.25

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Pantomime is art that is present to create illusions, dreams come true by talking and telling stories with other mouths (body and expression), carrying them in silence with a story without words, there are also undisclosed emotions. That creative pantomime has a wealth of bodily techniques which are then expressed in the form of pantomime performances. Pantomime techniques can form body awareness based on cultural relations that shape the quality of each pantomime's body. Indonesia has a puppet as a cultural product, representing Indonesian people through its stories and forms of body play performed by wayang as a representative medium of Indonesian humans. In the study of pantomime techniques based on the movement of Indonesian puppets through the movement of Puppets this Cakil figure is divided into several parts 1) Ngasak or Asakan, 2) Ceklekan, 3) Kelitan (ngelit), 4) Ngancap. The technique was processed into a new pantomime form using the approach of the Indonesian puppet movement Cakil.