Pendet ‘Berbaju’ A Subjective Aesthetic Image
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- ‘berbaju’, Pendet ‘berbaju’, long-sleeved leotards
Pendet is a Balinese dance played by a group of women who wear special clothing. The body part wears a prada belt and the waist to down is covered with a golden ornament cloth. The shoulder and arms don't wear a shirt, so it looks exciting. Exciting words have multiple meanings, can mean beautiful and can also mean not beautiful because they are relative. Based on data in a particular place, Pendet dance was found ‘berbaju’. The dancers use tight long-sleeved T-shirts, and even found dancers wearing a broklat clothes. That Pendet's clothes look awkward. The performance of Pendet clothing that does not match the original is a problem in this paper. Why do they present clothes like that? How is the aesthetics of presenting the "dressed" Pendet dance clothes? The problem will be studied with objective and subjective aesthetics. Based on the discussion found the results that those who dance Pendet wearing long-sleeved T-shirts or other cover clothes are based on subjective aesthetics. They prioritize beauty about relative goodness, believed to be the prevailing norms or rules. Furthermore, the objective aesthetics that apply to Pendet will change because the form is changed. It will be very worrying for the development of Pendet dance as an aesthetic product. The conclusions from this paper can be reflected in all types of dance, that all types of dance will change in essence if the aesthetic changes. Aesthetics change because the form is changed, therefore it is recommended not to change the existing dance form if you want to maintain a dance culture.
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TY - CONF AU - I Nengah Mariasa PY - 2019/03 DA - 2019/03 TI - Pendet ‘Berbaju’ A Subjective Aesthetic Image BT - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Languages and Arts (ICLA 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 111 EP - 116 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icla-18.2019.18 DO - 10.2991/icla-18.2019.18 ID - Mariasa2019/03 ER -