AESTHETIC COMPOSITION OF KINETIC FORMATIONS IN AHMED MOHAMED ABDEL-AMIR'S PANTOMIME
This study dealt with the aesthetic composition of the kinetic formations in the performances of Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Amir, which includes the problem that developed the hypothesis that the aesthetic composition of the kinetic formations in the performances of Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Amir reveals creativity and plastic, compositional and technical skills, as it involves in its production on formal controls through overlap between function and beauty, and the products of different experiences and artistic ideas, which all contribute to revealing structures and kinetic formations. The study also includes the importance of the research, which is reflected in the study of the aesthetic structure as it is a topic of discussion that took place in philosophical and intellectual transformations, and the importance of these compositions is to show them through the formation of bodies in the mimetic theatrical performance, ensuring its acceptance and approval by the taste of the recipient. It reveals the philosophical aesthetic structure and some of the technical elements of the mimetic theater by presenting the ideas of some directors who submitted their bids for the silent mimic theatre. The research dealt with the research procedures that included the research community, its samples, tools and methodology, then the samples that were (3) were analyzed for silent pantomime performances of Doubt, Crystal, and Sinbad which are analyzed according to a descriptive research method. It comes with the result that most notably that the actors' movement contributed to finding a complete and coordinated functional and semantic match according to an elaborate artistic director plan subject to the director's vision and artistic creativity.