physicalize

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phys·i·cal·ize

 (fĭz′ĭ-kə-līz′)
tr.v. phys·i·cal·ized, phys·i·cal·iz·ing, phys·i·cal·iz·es
1. To express with the body: physicalize one's emotions.
2. To describe or interpret in physical terms: "a writer who physicalizes everything he feels" (James Wolcott).

phys′i·cal·i·za′tion (-kə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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The style of theatre is based on the great music hall and theatre traditions, from Shakespeare to the Marx Brothers, but I also think this singing demands bold physicalisation.
One of the first levels of the physicalisation of spirits is through sounds which can be induced through physical objects or the human body.
A further level of physicalisation of spirit is through kinetic performance.
A dikei performance is culturally understood to be a mimetic physicalisation of events happening in the non-physical spirit-dimension; an iconic simulation of semanget/spirit.
He acts this out a few times and the performed acts are a physicalisation of events in the semanget dimension.
23) In this article I have used the word physicalisation rather than materialisation.
Poetic expressions are further taken out of context and creatively brought into different juxtapositions within extemporised songs as well as dialogically serving as guidelines for the physicalisation of spirits through movement and dance.
I have a particular aversion to theatre shows where they'll do a physicalisation of the things they were telling you in the text as well.
We had the physicalisation of this burned on our retinas.
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