Performing the sentence : research and teaching in performative fine artsOther(s) author(s) : Auslander, Philip, [egile] ; Thun-Hohenstein, Felicitas, [editore] ; Doucette, Erika, [itzultzaile] ; Taylor, Jennifer, [itzultzaile] ; Dertnig, Carola, [editore]Language : EnglishBerlin : Sternberg, copyright 2014223 orrialde : zuri-beltzeko argazkiak ; 22 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeSeries : Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (Sternberg)ISBN : 978-3-95679-053-9.Performance art |
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Testuak: Philip Auslander, Sabeth Buchmann, Margarit von Büren, Barbara Clausen, Carola Dertnig, Andrea Fraser, Sabine Gebhardt Fink, Simone Forti, Sabina Holzer, Amelia Jones, Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Marie-Luise Lange, Suzana Milevska, Lilo Nein, Susanne Neuburger, Yvonne Rainer, Constanze Ruhm, Dietmar Schwärzler, Stefanie Seibold, Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein, Mechtild Widrich, Martha Wilson.
"Performing the Sentence" brings into dialogue the ways that “performative thinking” has developed in different national and institutional contexts, within different disciplines in the arts, and the conditions under which it has developed in experimental art schools. This anthology is a collection of twenty-one essays and conversations that weave in and out of the two key areas of research and teaching within performative fine arts. They bring to light the conventions involved in the production, presentation, reception, and historicization of performance art, as well as the specific cultural and political implications. The various contributions also show how these conventions are produced through or within each artwork, independent from their specific contexts, offering ways of thinking beyond their usual frames of reference. At the same time they recognize the substantial work carried out by artists, critics, and theorists who have built on the meanings, references, and implications of performative thinking since the beginning of the “performative turn.”