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by Sven Lütticken,Jennifer Allen,Eran Schaerf,Rod Dickinson,Omer Fast,Bik Van der Pol,Barbara Visser,Robert Longo,Catherine Sullivan,Mike Bidlo,Peggy Phelan

  • ISBN: 9073362644
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Sven Lütticken,Jennifer Allen,Eran Schaerf,Rod Dickinson,Omer Fast,Bik Van der Pol,Barbara Visser,Robert Longo,Catherine Sullivan,Mike Bidlo,Peggy Phelan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Witte de With Publishers; y First printing edition (August 15, 2005)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1304 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1389 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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Life, Once More: Forms Of Reenactment In Contemporary Art (Performance Art) Paperback – August 15, 2005. by Sven Lütticken (Author), Jennifer Allen (Author), Peggy Phelan (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

by Rod Dickinson (Contributor), Omer Fast (Contributor), Bik Van der Pol (Contributor), Barbara Visser . Paperback: 216 pages. Publisher: Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art (4 February 2005).

by Rod Dickinson (Contributor), Omer Fast (Contributor), Bik Van der Pol (Contributor), Barbara Visser (Contributor), Robert Longo (Contributor), Catherine Sullivan (Contributor), Mike Bidlo (Contributor), Sven Lutticken (Author), Jennifer Allen (Author), Peggy Phelan (Author) & 7 more.

Life, Once More book. These days, the term reenactment usually refers to live reconstructions. In the exhibition Life, Once More, contemporary works and texts by Mike Bidlo, Bik Van der Pol, Rod Dickinson, Omer Fast, Andrea Fraser, Robert Longo, Eran Schaerf, Catherine Sullivan and Barbara Visser reflect on these timely (and timeless) questions.

Visual art has its own versions In the exhibition Life, Once More, contemporary works and texts by Mike Bidlo .

Visual art has its own versions. Recent years have brought many reenactments of historic performances from the 1960s and 1970s, works which otherwise would exist only in photos, videos, and text descriptions. In the exhibition Life, Once More, contemporary works and texts by Mike Bidlo, Bik Van der Pol, Rod Dickinson, Omer Fast, Andrea Fraser, Robert Longo, Eran Schaerf, Catherine Sullivan, and Barbara Visser reflect on these timely (and timeless) questions.

In the exhibition Life, Once More, contemporary works and texts by Mike Bidlo, Bik Van der Pol, Rod Dickinson, Omer Fast, Andrea Fraser, Robert Longo, Eran Schaerf, Catherine Sullivan and Barbara Visser reflect o. .

In the exhibition Life, Once More, contemporary works and texts by Mike Bidlo, Bik Van der Pol, Rod Dickinson, Omer Fast, Andrea Fraser, Robert Longo, Eran Schaerf, Catherine Sullivan and Barbara Visser reflect on these timely (and timeless) questions. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Life, once more by Sven Lütticken, Jennifer Allen, Peggy Phelan, Eran Schaerf, Rod Dickinson, Omer Fast, Bik Van der Pol, Barbara . Forms Of Reenactment In Contemporary Art (Performance Art).

Forms Of Reenactment In Contemporary Art (Performance Art). by Sven Lütticken, Jennifer Allen, Peggy Phelan, Eran Schaerf, Rod Dickinson, Omer Fast, Bik Van der Pol, Barbara Visser, Robert Longo, Catherine Sullivan, Mike Bidlo. Published August 15, 2005 by Witte de With.

As a curator of both contemporary art and culture, I am.

As Sven Lütticken concludes in his lucid essay "An Arena in Which to Reenact," reenactment "may lead to artistic acts that, while not instantly unleashing a 'tremendous emancipatory potential,' create a space-a stage-for possible and as yet unthinkable performances.

Contemporary art is the art of today, produced in the second half of the 20th century or in the 21st century. Contemporary artists work in a globally influenced, culturally diverse, and technologically advancing world. Their art is a dynamic combination of materials, methods, concepts, and subjects that continue the challenging of boundaries that was already well underway in the 20th century.

Performance Art by art historian, critic, and curator RoseLee Goldberg is a comprehensive study of the century-long history of the medium

Performance Art by art historian, critic, and curator RoseLee Goldberg is a comprehensive study of the century-long history of the medium.

Though seemingly simple, the details surrounding this definition are often a bit fuzzy, as different individuals’ interpretations of today may widely and wildly vary. Therefore, the exact starting point of the genre is still debated; however, many art historians consider the late 1960s or early 1970s (the end of modern art, or modernism) to be an adequate estimate. History: Major Movements and Artists.

These days, the term “reenactment” usually refers to live reconstructions of historic events, often of a military nature, performed by hobbyists. Civil War reenactments are the most popular in the United States, while European enthusiasts most often engage in recreations from the Napoleonic era. Visual art has its own versions. Recent years have brought many reenactments of historic performances from the 1960s and 1970s, works which otherwise would exist only in photos, videos, and text descriptions. But what exactly is being reenacted, and what is the effect of the representation? What meaning is resurrected out of this “doubling”? In the exhibition Life, Once More, contemporary works and texts by Mike Bidlo, Bik Van der Pol, Rod Dickinson, Omer Fast, Andrea Fraser, Robert Longo, Eran Schaerf, Catherine Sullivan and Barbara Visser reflect on these timely (and timeless) questions.