6 well-known examples of mimic language
Used as a resource for dramatic representation since Ancient Greece, this expressive tool evolved from generation to generation, passing through the Roman Empire, widely used in the Nō or Noh theater of Japanese musical drama.
Its time of maximum splendor took place in 16th century Italy with the Commedia dell’Arte, that is to say Comedy of art.
2- Sign language
3- Silent cinema
4- Greetings with the hands
Palm down: Domination.
Straight / parallel palm: Empathy.
Palm up: Submission or shyness.
5- Communication attempts between two people who do not speak the same language
6- Gesture theater
Mimic. Recovered from es.thefreedictionary.com.
Corner of Psychology (2011). Mimic language: How does it help to understand the other? Recovered from rinconpsicologia.com.
Le Corps Poétique (The Moving Body, the Poetic Body- Alba editorial, Barcelona, May 2003 ).
What is mimic language. Recovered from: queesela.net.