The differences of Hip Hop Dancers and Poppers ( or Funk Stylists as a select few prefer ) is profound, primarily because of the world the 2 styles originate from, many people consider them 1 in the same in regards to how each dancer whether Hip Hop or Popper evolves within the dance but in actuality I feel thats not entire an accurate train of though. In many circumstances their differences lie in their acquisition of skill. Both spend time practicing, both can spend time learning from a more senior peer. One profound difference in how these teachings are used comes from the world the 2 respective styles reside in.
Hip hop dancers spend more time choreographing and learning moves from whoever their respective teacher may be and these moves usually translate into their own styles almost as a mirror image, this is of no fault to the dancer but to the teachers who push a “right” and “wrong” attribute on their students. By creating a right/wrong environment (in regards to creativity not foundation) it restrains the practitioners own creativity and forces them to follow their teachers moves exactly. In many ways performances and group shows makes this aspect a requirement but in general learning and self development it is a hindrance that often gets swept under the rug in many dance schools.
Poppers, though they can have teachers and also generally teach themselves are in a world where copying of any sort is greatly frowned upon and thus they’re ability to create and grow into a unique dancer is more readily available to them. This in no way means hip hop dancers are incapable of dancing freely of their own created moves because there are many “general” dancers capable of this but the environment they grow in slows this process down. But in contrast poppers seem to have a harder time following choreography that isn’t directly related to funky styles and thus their drawback is being incapable of learning pre-taught dance motions as “quickly” as a general dancers/hip hop dancers.
With regards to portray, artists have three decisions: oil paints, water colours, and acrylics. The aim of artwork is expression. Of course this brief sentence raises many questions. By itself it’s uninformative. One should specify what art can and can’t express. One should specify what art ought to and should not express. These questions can’t be answered with out having some notion of the character of man. Right here it is presupposed that God created man as primarily a rational being. This means that man’s most useful expressions are rational and mental. Therefore, although man can specific emotion, by screaming Ouch,” art turns into extra human and invaluable in proportion to its intellectual content material. This does not deny that glorious approach could express triviality, evil, and madness. It asserts, nevertheless, that what should be expressed is rational and intelligent.
I believe the biggest problem of this undertaking was reminding myself that to be an 8-10 minute piece, the story had to be simplified. I used to be so eager to have tons of characters, a foray into life outdoors the league, game protection, team disputes – all the drama. However as I started editing and subsequently drowning in footage, I realized I needed to let go of a number of the nuances with a purpose to preserve issues clear and engaging. It is hard to kill your darlings! I’m very grateful to all individuals who watched (many) drafts and helped me let go of issues.