Explicit Body in Performance
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Description: This is an in-depth and accessible study of the controversial and often shocking issues which surround the use of the female body in performance art.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
Copyright year: 1997
Publication date: 1/24/1997
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|List of plates|
|Binary terror and the body made explicit|
|Re-vamping the ghosts of modernism|
|Beside herself: postmodern artists and modern whores|
|Eye/Body: Carolee Schneemann beside herself|
|Logic of the twister, eye of the storm|
|Impasse: unnatural acts|
|Twister: looking into looking out|
|Permission to see|
|Gender in perspective: have we really gone beyond?|
|Refusal to vanish|
|Castration anxiety in perspective|
|Ghostly horrors: looking at the past, seeing through the body|
|The secret's eye|
|No accident: commodity bodies|
|Radical sex activism, satiability, and the commodity|
|Literal shrouds and dreamscape re-interments|
|After us the savage goddess|
|Seeing back through|
|Dark continence: reading the thrall and the threat|
|Dark incontinence: Ubu Roi and savage primitivism|
|Dada's big drum: primitivism and the performative|
|Hard primitivism, base matter, and the blindspot|
|Seeing the big show|
|First, a story about doubt that includes a reverberation|
|White nostalgia, authenticity, and the split subject|
|Spiderwoman: the early days|
|Vigilant repetitions, the comic turn, and counter-mimicry|
|The irruption of "real stuff" and the politic of sacrality|
|The irruption of grandmothers and the reality of dreams|
|Epilog: returning from the dead|