body view chemical experiments (Lukas Berchthold) still life performance (H.G.G.N.) organic material (Andrés Pereiro-Schmidt) latex performance (Viktorine Müller) (Nancy Blanchard) performative sculptures Non-object (Neide Dias de Sa) performance coupled with installation (V. Acconci) (Stefanie Marshall) smell and taste rituals (see: Nitsch) action as work (s.u.) trans-formation /vs/ formation life as a celebration (invitation to the feast) public celebration unconscious effect of sexual fragrances (pheromone) Relics purposeful use of smells (H. Nitsch, Lili Fischer, A. Kosa, ...) burning scent material (Ralf Vormbusch) See also: tableaux vivant moving sculpture (2) work concept performance as relic (s.l.) (see: sediment) fear comes from constraints, anxiety "Still Life" (Johan Lorber/Lorbeer) sculptural installation performance as sculpture performance sculptures (Heinrich Lüber) baroque celebrations/celebration culture: music, jugglers, sculpture, trumpery, fireworks, entertainment ob-jects in existence and dignity The performer in the glass box with no freedom (of action) (Skip Arnold) body becomes a monument in a box (Mourad Cherait) Skip, the act – is the art work (self-exhibition) (Nigel Rolfe) (Th. Werner & J. Wüstenfeld) (Heinrich Lüber) (Li Portenlänger) +Performance as relict +Performance as billboard newspaper +Performance as installative collection +Performance as curiosity cabinet +Performance as "total" installation +Performance as installation 18 view of the artwork happening (3) In a framework at the top of a tree (Th. Werner & J. Wüstenfeld) performance as sediment (s.l.) all existence is also a trace taboo materials (blood, flesh, cot, urine, sometimes animals consecrated utensils, naked bodies) (Brus, H. Nitsch, Monty Cantsin, C. Kolig, C. Langenbach) extreme smells (Micha Brendel) smells that "move" (Robert Jelinek) (PSi7) Performing Fragrance Performance (scent, fragrance) (FL) The performance character outweighs the artifact character the body as object Cf.: living pictures (tableaux vivants) cf.: LKW Kitsch (Liew Kung Yu) performative sculptures body/light sculpture (Atsuko Tanaka) sculpture in motion product view body in large water hose (Pawel Althamer) Space becomes a site of traces (LE) (cf. Relicts and Sediments) From Appearance Thinking to Traces Thinking Picture theater – fine artists of the 20th C. as theater reformers (book: Peter Simhandl) the performer creates a picture – is part of the picture (in the variation: overflowing to total life) cf. agit pop 60s multi-projection show (USCO M. Callahan) productive art working with milk (Ottó Mezzaros) see also: Mimicry of Life minute pictures (Erwin Wurm) comparisons: absent bodies Surrogate Living Sculpture and living art works (Category 05 according to M.-L. Lange) humans as sculptural objects throwing food (Nam June Paik) 2 Performers at great height on chairs on the wall (T.R. Uthco: Doug Hall & Jody Procter) persons over 65 high on the wall (Angie Hiesl) Gunpowder Performance (Cai Guo Qiang) highly semantic spaces theater of pictures (Bob Wilson, Laurie Anderson) manned turn: person integrated in wooden frame: human as component of the sculpture (Köppl / Zacek) A performance is supplied like a commodity. The Black Market actions are still very close to this commodity character (BN) ASA should be more free and floating. painted with blood (Y. Klein, Giuditta Tornetta) (2) Photo Performance living sculptures construction of the desolate (Paul McCarthy) material recycling: rubbish & the desolate Performance with food (Paisan Plienbangchang) subsequently rubbish (Surapol Phanywatchira) cf. intimate performances (FS) human sculptures living sculptures Painting Bodies: Saburo Murakami, Kazuo Shiraga, Shozo Shimamoto, Yves Klein, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Nam June Paik, Paul McCarthy, Ana Mendieta, Shigeko Kubota, Stuart Brisley, Janine Antoni, Rachel Lachowicz, Cheryl Donegan, Keith Boadwee, Schneemann, McCarthy (Penis) C. Kolig (anal) Elsbeth Böninger Arai Shin ichi dance with large rubber bands (Esther Maria Häusler) Body Shape (PSi7) The Shapes of Sensation projections as theatrical productions (color, light, sound, mirror, prisms) (Milton Cohen) work actions / work demonstrations (Franz Erhard Walther) work emerges through use cf. also Udo Wid & E. Wurm dancing graphies (Calligraphies) (Proj.: Kinetographien) staged photography (B.J. Blume & Anna Blume) (Cindy Sherman) (Hannah Frenzel) (Pierre Keller) (G. Brus) (R. Schwarzkogler) Literature: Pia Müller-Tamm & Katharina Sykora (Ed.) Puppen Körper Automaten – Phantasmen der Moderne (book) Ric Allsopp & Scott deLahunta / The Connected Body ? (book) ! RESEARCH – Industrial culture handbook Olaf Arndt & Johannes Kockel (Ed.) / RRM Dieser Wahnsinn muß ein Ende haben - Maschinenperformances ars electrocia catalogues prix ars electronica catalogue books Martina Leeker (on extended perform.) Martina Leeker (article) / zur Zwiespältig- keit von performativen Künsten und digitaler Technik Kerstin Evert (on Stelarc) Archeology of the Future (PSi7): J. Birringer, Helen Paris, Leslie Hill, Tomie Hahn, Marina Grzinic, Scott deLahunta, Jörg Sonntag, Yacov Sharir Yvonne Gaudelius & Charles Garoian / (PSi7) Machine/Meat: Abjection, Romanticism and Identity M. Beatriz de Medeiros / (PSi7) Telepresence and Performance Art mounds of earth, earth and sand islands (Darryl Sapien, Gutai) (Hannah Wilke, Pierre Molinier, Tatsumi Orimoto, Jared Bark, Walter Pfeiffer) (Joa Selin & C. Ranzenhofer) (Arnulf Rainer) large images via illuminated windows with residents' participation (Pawel Althamer) (cf. Clickscape by the Stadtwerkstatt) The visual versus the verbal (PSi7) Calligraphy / writing art as performance (Nja Mahdaoui) rolling in material (grass, dirt, ...) (Paul McCarthy) rolling in mud: (Illka Juhani Takalo-Eskola) actionist painting (Gutai => George Matthieu) (Yasuo Sumi) (Shanna Noyes) (Sadama Montanaga) 18 view of the picture (Gilber & George 1969) (Eva & Adele) (Colette) (James Lee Byars) (Thomas Niggl) (Timm Ulrichs 1966 „first living artwork“) (Peter Greenawy: 100 Objects ...) (Richard Long) (Muntean/Rosenblum Steir. Herbst „why die?“) (Egle Rakauskaite: Honigmulde) (Sowa) not an observing stay, but a participating stay action form /vs/ work form (F. E. Walther) Painting and Performance (Bauhaus) (Emilio Morandi) +Performance as sediment +Performance as material collection Performance as counter-concept to "representation" dressed in foil (Lambert Janssen & Urs Küng) woman in foil (Hong O-Bong) wrapped in transparent film (Miriam Steinhauser) capturing a moment as performance – Polaroid (Tache/Magor) Theatralizing painting Performative-temporal character of picture genesis (Phil. Hubert Sowa) (Christian Boltanski) (Fabrice Gygi) (Tetsunori Kawana) slide projections and music (Kjetil Skoien) crashing head against the wall (Ralf Berger) action painting painting actions (Barbara Heinisch: danced pictures) (Joel Hubaut) (Shigeko Kubota, Carolee Schneemann) accidental (jumping cars) (Leo Schatzl) kissing walls – imprints (Ella Tideman) face imprints (Goji Hamada) Polaroid events (a´ battery a“ : Chrigg Perren, Vänci Stirnemann, Fritz Franz Vogel, Victoria Zappata) DressWorks: every "dress" created in conjunction with a performance (Katja Hergenhahn) performative aspects of photography (Herbert Blau) Photo action with small animal figures (Yukio Saegusa) expressive action painting as starting point: (G. Brus, O. Muehl, H. Nitsch, R. Schwarzkogler) Posed performances (Urs Lüthi) image concepts event images (electronically controlled) (Hansjoachim Dietrich) The "happening" movement was essentially carried by painters (Group: Hejettes Szomlyazok) painting battle Nigel Rolfe Jochen Wüstenfeld & Thomas Werner Ingolf Keiner Heinrich Lüber Ken Unsworth K. Rinke traces – foot stamps (Günter Saree) painter as actor see also: gestures gestural painting (Michael Burges) see: gesturing bodies FormAnce (2) performers wear black costumes – like figures from traffic signs (Yvette Helin) performer acts in a picture (Miranda Payne) (B. Nieslony) PerFORMance (Parzival (Pörsch)) painting as crucified woman (Natascha Fiala) pictures drawn/ painted with the body (Carolee Schneemann) see: Painting Bodies Surrealistic a.p. (ecriture) (Pollock, COBRA, Situationists, Lettrists, Manzoni, Klein, Spur, Egon Schrick, Barabara Heinisch) pictures brought into life (Gérald Personnier) Performance: striving for a common image (B.M.) The "presentation" of pictures while opening and closing medieval codices (PSi7 W.C. Schneider) Live art (Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Al Hansen) shadow plays (Jim Melchert) (Gelatin) (Anet van de Elzen) body between foils "under pressure" (Hanna Frenzel) performance as image-generating action (s.l.) highly semantic acts (cf. highly semantic spaces) active "work" with art objects – attracts sculptures in its wake (Jerzy Beres) process of a sculptural development (Janusz Baldyga) Object theater also opens up new theater models between installation, kinetic object art and landscape art (LE) artist as engineer and behavior scientist (time´s up, Tim Boykett, Udo Wid) Mechanics of stimulation - stimulation dispenser (C. Kolig) kinetic sculpture (2) large projections of objects (playing with the objects on a turn table) (Diane Landry) (Eve Bhend & Jörg Köppl, Gordon Monahan) Sculptures appear like forms of action (Joa Iselin & C. Ranzenhofer) dolls as forgotten people, family machine, execution machine (Kantor) sculpturally tied bodies (Maria Pohland) cf. Tableau Vivant: imitating 18th C. paintings body exhibited next to other artifacts (James Luna) performance as living pictures +Performance as work +Performance as sculpture +Performance as image-generating action projection performance with several overhead projectors (S.A.C. modeller´s club: Mark-Steffen Bremer, Anna Weber, Petra Kowalenko, Ulrich Wegenast, Stephen Thomas) In interaction with stills (Gelatin) iconoclasm – destruction of pictures as performance (Humer - porno-hunter) Living paintings (Stephen Taylor Woodrow – hanging on the wall) entanglement with hoses (A. Schubert & Dieter Pütz) "Performance" of software and processors photos of executed people: ... revealing another image layer behind these images (Chen Chieh-Jen) tennis ball machine tosses glowing balls (Valentin Torrens) Techno-hybrid Performances (Monika Fleischmann) prelinguistic picture dependency clay pigeon tossing machine tosses glowing clay pigeons (Stadtwerkstatt – G. Lindorfer) appearance of geometrical, machinic structuralism of postmodern dance (Cunningham) digital environments technically infiltrated bodies extending the self in the machine unleashing identity unleashing the body through unmediated connection to the machine transitional objects: when the subject tends to become thing causality machine (Sandor Doro – Sándor Dóró) (2) robot performances performance as picture set in motion (Judith Haman) what is the picture after the action (Kjetil Skoien) The picture behind the picture (in front of the picture) (Boris Nieslony) pictorially oriented actions Diverse ars electronica projects (knowbotic research – simulation space) see: machine view, TV view, acoustic view, etc. Extended bodies extendable bodies Prosthetic bodies extended performances Bio-mechanics Mechanical Dances Dancing automatons Mechanical ballets Bio-mechanical exercises machine performances (Julian Knowles) artist in robot-like appearance (M. li Antúnez Roca) robot theater Machine and body (The Shadow Machine: Peter Courtemanche, Ken Gregory, Carol Sawyer, Alvin Erasga Tolentino) (Artaud): automated personnel (people as though controlled with invisible wires) Performance of the steel works facilities (driving through with the works train) Theater of objects, entirely without human actors, theater with technical devices and machines (SRL) (LE) object theater („Wall Street Performance“ / Momoyo Torimitsu) (Stelarc) the (linguistic) image wants action (BN) Unnatural bodies (Jim Whiting) dancing machines interactive video performance (Christin Lucas) see: Material "machine": prostheses, hinges, models time-controlled household appliances (Dick Higgins) (Stelarc = Stelios Arcadiou) Archeology of the Future: Intelligent Stages, Neural Systems (PSi7) telematic sculptures / Live TV with telepresence – remote controlled over 1000 km (Stadtwerkstadt) digital performance machine theater (time´s up/Just Merrit) (Chip Flynn, Liz Young) (Jim Whiting) Performing Internet (PSi7) Re-assembling a B-Car as Performance (Chris Burden) machine sculptures mechanical sculpture implications for performance of the emerging world of cybertechnology cf.: prix ars electronica Interactive art turning bodies into machines (Futurists) Tele-Existence (Stelarc) robot community in human-free zone (Chico MacMurtrie) On the use of the performative in digital environments electronic performance (Space violins: Jon Rose) performance of machines media and techno-body music machines / sound machines (time´s up, Joe Jones, Scot Jenerik) (Matt Heckert) (The Users: Symphonies for Dot Matrix Printers) cf. also body view – physical view (of achievement) robotics AI research / AI discourse connectionism cyberdiscourse / cybertheory net discourse technoscience and cyberculture computer performances Cybersex Performances machine sculptures sound performance with construction machines from a large building site (Stadtwerkstatt) accident / techn. catastrophe as performance (Jean Tinguely) Happening with self-destructing machines (Jean Tinguely) tools with a life of their own (see also: tool view) EEG-Experiments (Bruce Gilchrist, Udo Wid, Horst Prehn) Tactile satisfaction and torture devices (C. Kolig) bio feedback mechanisms (spin sphere – time´s up Just Merrit) fighting machines (Leo Schatzl, Franz Xaver, SRL Survival research laboratories (Mark Pauline, Bram Renstorm), Peter Zegveld, Mark Heckert, Eric Werner) self-experiments with machines (Bruce Gilchrist) boundaries of the human body (Just Merrit) scurrilous machines of love and death (Kantor) cf. "fake" amputation robot (fictive: John Fare) achievement view view of objects Performance as machine theater (Bruce Gilchrist u. Jonathan Bradley / Stelarc) file cabinet machine theater / machine performance (Intercourse – Istvan Kantor) controlled torture scenes machinized sculptures (Proj. Kinetographien) Cindarella in a Dragster (Suzanne Lacy) machine: stream of fire/stream of water (Erik Hobijn) (curator: G. Hattinger) 17 machine view driving around with window-cleaning equipment (Christoph Rütimann) ritual machines (Rebecca Horn) finger-fan performance (Linda Christanell) 17 body extensions">

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1 PERFORMANCE ART CONTEXT
Performative Approaches in Art and Science Using the Example of "Performance Art" Literature: E. Jappe / Performance Ritual Prozeß On Ritual (Performance Research) Richard Schechner / Future of Ritual Kunstforum Bd. 34 / Plastik als Handlungsform Victor Turner / The ritual process (book) Victor Turner / The Anthropology of Performance (book) Richard Schechner / Between Theatre and Anthropology (book) Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! chap. Performance and the social sciences Conquergood Dwight / Poetics Play, Process and Power – The performative turn in anthropology Janelle G. Reinelt, et al. / Critical Theory and Performance (book) A.David Napier / Foreign Bodies – Performance Art and Symbolic Anthropology A. Artaud (ethnological studies) W. Pfaff u.a. / Der sprechende Körper Sylvia Sasse / Zur Anatomie kollektiver Körper in der russischen Performance Theatre for Social Change (PSi7) Literature: (... continued) Walking through society (yearbook) ! Eugenio Barber (anthropological view) Camille Camillieri (athropolog. view; important for Patrice Pavis) James Clifford (ethno-historian) Roger Caillois (athropological theorist) Erving Goffman P. Bourdieu (Hexis- u. Habitus-Konzept) Victoria Best & Peter Collier (Ed.) / Powerful Bodies – Performance in French Cultural Studies Milton Singer (ethnologist) / cultural performance (developed as concept) A. Nebelung / Zwischenräume (Methode u. Ästhetik einer ökologischen Soziologie Herbert Mead => J. Butler Prof. Christoph Wulf <= P. Bourdieu C. Wulf (article) / Die Familie als performative Gemeinschaft C. Wulf (projects): Die Hervorbringung des Sozialen in Ritualen ... / Familien- Rituale / Rituale in der Schule / Geschlecht und Rituale U. Wuggenig -> Pierangelo Maset David Frankel / Workshop in Performance Studies Ethnography (PSi7 Mainz) Magic Maori, Artificial Savages and Martians: (De)constructing Indigenous Identity Literature: Judith Butler !! / Bodies That Matter Performative Acts and Gender Constitution (article 1988!) / Judith Butler Performativity and Performance (book) ! Andrew Parker & Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Symposium: Cross Gender/Cross Genre Performance and Performativity Graz 99 Geraldine Harris / Staging Feminities. Performance and Performativity (article) David E.R. George !! / Performance Epistomology (in: Performance Research) Dwight Conquergood / article: The Performative Turn in Anthropology Victor Turner / The Anthropology of Performance Elisabeth List / article: Leiblichkeit, performatives Selbst u. Geschlecht article: Kultur als Handlung Gertrude Koch (C.S. Peirce) Homi Bhabha / article: Of Mimicry and Man Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Michael Issacharoff & Robin F. Jones / Discourse as Performance (book) Literature: (... continued) Victoria Best & Peter Collier (Ed.) / Powerful Bodies – Performance in French Cultural Studies !! Geoffrey Leech / Principles of Pragmatics K. Marcia Moen / Peirce´s Pragmatism as a Resource for Feminism (article) Jean-Francois Lyotard / The postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge (book) T. Sarbin & V. Allen / Role Theory (book) Michel de Certeau / The Practice of Everyday Life Kate Ince / Between the Acts: Orlan, Performance and Performativity (in: Powerful Bodies) !!! J.-F. Lyotard / Das postmoderne Wissen Nietzsche Performance Research Vol.1 No D.George / Performance Epistemology Pierangelo Maset, Hubert Sowa (Ed.) / Ästhetisches Dasein. Perspektiven einer performativen und pragmatischen Kultur im öffentlichen Raum D. Böhler et al.(Ed.) Die pragmatische Wende Rorty, de Certeau, ... Liturgie und Ästhetik (event Münster) Literature: (... continued) R. Shusterman / Kunst leben – Die Ästhetik des Pragmatismus Mieke Bal (lecture) / Performance and performativity M. Foucault: Wissensarchäologische Diskursanalyse W. Hempfer / Performativität u. episteme anders Denken – M. Focaults >performativer< Diskurs (article) M. Foucault / Archäologie des Wissens M. Foucault / Die Ordnung des Diskurses M. Foucault / ... Reader Diskurs u. Medien Sybille Peters / (PSi7) Towards a Theory of Fake / Towards a Fake of Theory Theorising the Performative (PSi7) Anja Musiat, Dorita Hannah / (PSi7) Writing Gesture: Performing Words, or, "How to dance with words“ Jackie Smart / (PSi7) Processing Language in Physical Theatre Ola Johansson / (PSi7) From Stage to Page Stephen di Benedetto / (PSi7) Mutable Modes of Perception: Approaching Performance as Visual Art Literature: article: Kultur als Handlung Gertrude Koch Mary Ann Doane / Film and the Masquerade: Theorizing the Female Spectator (article) Valie Export Peter Weibel Philip Auslander / Liveness (book) Ihab Hassan / process/performance/ happening (Essay) Victoria Best & Peter Collier (Ed.) / Powerful Bodies (book) Claudia Liebrand / Kinematographische Gender-Performanzen (lecture) P. Dubois / Der fotografische Akt (book) Thomas Dreher / Aktionstheater und Intermedia (article) Paolo Bianchi (Video lounge at O.K.) / Die Transformation der Kunst zum "Performative Turn“ Max Schumacher / (PSi7) Grotesque Food - From Film to Stage Literature: Kunstf. Bd.137 / Atlas der Künstlerreisen Kunstf. Bd.136 / Ästhetik des Reisens Zeit – Die vierte Dimension in der bildenden Kunst Kunstf. Bd.150 / Zeit – Existenz – Kunst Kunstf. Bd.151 /Dauer/Simultaneität/Echtzeit Matthias Schäfer / Mediennutzung und Zeitfaktor in der Aktionskunst (Bd.151) Daniel Charles / Zeitspielräume – Performance, Musik, Ästhetik John Cage / Für die Vögel – Gespräch mit Daniel Charles (book) ! U. Krasberg / (PSi7) Ekstastetanz und Performance ... (Sufi rituals) Kinetographien (project) / Inke Arns, Mirjam Goller, Susanne Strätling, Georg Witte Literature: (...continued) Richard Kostelnatz / The Theater of Mixed Means. An Introduction to Happenings, Kinetic Environments ... ! R. Koberg / Die Kunst des Gehens Mosche Feldenkrais / (Lit. on: Feldenkrais Method) Dr. Walter Siegfried (dance theorist) Willy Jansen / (PSi7) The Dancing Saints Gender and Trance Ritual in Different Culters Freddie Rokem / (PSi7) Ritualisations of Repetition in Performance Translating Dance (PSi7) Julia Witworth / (PSi7) / Translating of the Body: Physical Theatre Trainings, ... Literature: (...continued) Butoh – Die Rebellion des Körpers (Kazuo Ohno, Carlotta Ikeda, Tatsumi Hijikata, Min Tanaka, Anzu Furukawa, Mitsutaka Ishi, Testuro Tamura, Yoshito Ohno, Dai-Rakuda-kann, Akaji Maro, Nanten Harada, Akira Kasai Yoko Ashikawa, Asbestos-an, Sankai-iuku, Ko Murobushi, Yu Osuga, Sanae Hiruta, Teru Goi, Macunaima (Brazilian Group), Eji Ikuyo, Hoppo Butoh-ha, Natsu Nakajima, Kunishi Kamiryo, ...) (Masaki Iwana) (Esther Maria Häusler) (Gérald Personnier) (René Schmalz) (Sabine Seume) (Kjetil Skoien) Claudia Jeschke / Anmerkung zum performativen von Tanztechnik und Tanz- schriften im 19.Jhd. Literature: Crossings (catalogue) Zeitspielräume. Performance Musik Ästhetik / Daniel Charles Musical Performance (book) Stan Godlovitch - a philosophical study Klangkunst (catalogue) Music and Performance (PSi7) Version 02 - Mainz PERFORMANCE ARRANGEMENTS Performance as a LIMES–IDEA of art (Border Machine Performance) History of performance as the history of transgressing borders (M.-L. Lange) Art as border crossing (P. Bianchi) Off limits (hors limites) (Maribel Königer) Counter to abbreviating and excluding discourses (with M. Foucault) 32/64 Views of the "Performative Turn" Article in Kunstforum vol.152 Kunst ohne Werk (Dirmoser, Nieslony) A cluster model revealing performance (and theater) to us as a system of possibilities, in which relations in the in-between result as though by themselves. ... (P. Bianchi) Performative Procedures in Art, Science and Education (*1) Performative procedures (for a transitional period) Performance is not so much a new art form as a new paradigm, it stands less for a new phenomenon than for a new observation of familiar phenomena. (David E.R. George 1996) Performance here becomes not only a subject for study but also an interpretive grid laid upon the process of study itself, and indeed upon almost any sort of human activity, collective or individual (M. Carlson) The great popularity of "performance" as a metaphor or analytical tool for current practitioners of so wide a range of cultural studies. (M. Carlson) Recent studies have demonstrated the usefulness of the concept of "performance" in the analysis and understanding of all these ... human operations. (M. Carlson) The ideal performance /vs/ revolutionary performance approaches The perfect performance (James Lee Byars) How can performances be analyzed? an open-ended medium with endless variables art performance / dance performance / theater performance / etc. Daring to face uncertainty and temporariness (from network to interstice - the clustering) On representation: A "net" without edges (in other words a cluster) – contents are placed in spatial proximity. Semantic routes are to be set by the readers (in reading) themselves. A Poster Group by Gerhard Dirmoser and Boris Nieslony Version 01u.02 / 08/1999 – 04.03/2001 Linz/Cologne / A-4020 Linz Waltherstr. 2/2/5 G. Dirmoser / Translated from German by Aileen Derieg 11/2002, All rights are retained by the authors (print-outs for private use are desired) Thanks to: Paolo Bianchi (PB), Wolfgang Preisinger, Attila Kosa, Eva Kosa, Gerhard Fröhlich, Gottfried Hattinger, Udo Wid, Peter Arlt, Georg Ritter, Gabi Kepplinger, Eva Sturm, Herbert Wimberger, Josef Nemeth +, Hakan Gürses, Just Merrit +, Rainer Zendron, Black Market, Astrit Schmidt-Burkhardt, Alexander Sigel Special thanks to the theorists Marvin Carlson, Hubert Sowa, H.-T. Lehmann Sedimente – Note: *1 (subtitle of the book "Schreiben auf Wasser") music theory theory of perception on architecture (B. Leitner) technoculture discourse 25 acoustic "view" dance theory body research film theory dromology time theories dance view auditive view human voice (see below) choreography view flight show with concert approach (STWST) 26 movement view the emotional role of music for diverse rituals / creating basic atmospheres through music Performance with Sound see: gestic view movements as depiction of fundamental human states (Monica Klingler) (long String Quartett, Terry Fox, C. Marclay, Andrea Sodomka, Sarah Marrs, Takehisa Kosugi, Joan La Barbara) sound performance dance performance dance performance atmosphere mood disposition dance studies (Xavier Le Roy) techniques of movement Lifedance (Gloria McLean) (Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown (Judson Dance Theater), Merce Cunningham, Monica Klinger, Rose Garrard, Lucinda Childs) (Christine Brodbeck: TP-founder in CH (Tanz pur)) (Petra Deus, Klara Schilliger, Laura Dean) (Katja Fleig & Seijiro Murayama) (Company Catherine Contour) (Anna Halprin, Robin Poitras, Gabriele von Scheidt, Silvia Buol, Maren Strack, Genevieve Fallet) (Honey and Milk: Dora Kiss, F. und Joel Mützenberg) (Mim Miriam King, Steve Paxton, Andrea Morein, Dorothea Rust, Yoshimichi Takei, Mari Tanikawa, Mona Kosa, Hanna Barbara, Nigel Charnock (Ex: DV8), Kim Hyun-Ju, Kim Young-Won, Bilderwerfer (D. Aschwanden), Simon Whitehead, Hae Kyung Lee) sound sensuousness (Maria Berquet) kinetic environments movement theater (audio group, Jens Brand, Sam Ashley, H.-J. Gilgen, Orquestra del Caos, N. Möslang & Andy Guhl, Noah Riskin, Gerrit de Vries, Richard Dunlap) audio performance (2) kinetic sculpture acoustic performance (Jeanette Yankian "Aorta“) see also: course of events view see also: view of the musical score (Nigel Rolfe) cinematographic theater (LE): (John Jesurun) impression of collage and montage – videographic, filmic, narrative – intrudes before every perception. dramatic logic A performance exists only and ever as a flux electroacoustic performance (Mia Zabelka) dance articulates energy study of basic types of human movements (B. Nieslony, Franz West, E. Wurm) lying, standing, sitting, ... (Lee Chang-Shik Park) film semiotics psychoanalysis (Lacan school) process theories sound Performance ecstatic dance body in motion (Robert Morris) moving Sculpture (incl. TV view) acoustic effect of the body (Janos Szirtes) dancing bodies control multimedia image projections - meeting of real/virtual bodies (Isabelle Choiniére) 27 filmic view everything in dance is gesture (LE) Sound sculpture (Mel Henderson, Paul Kos, Tom Marioni) (John Greyson) Theater of gestures and movements sculpture in motion (Nigel Rolfe) (Alanna O´Kelly, Akio Suzuki, Junko Wada, Peter Zegveld, Harry de Wit, Toine Horvers, Phill Niblock, Jens Brand, Savier Klaro, Stadtwerkstatt) see also: tableaux vivant movement research (Skip Flicker) film performance Performance is closely linked to montage; its flaw is that it is a much younger step-brother to film (BN) mimetic-gestic aspects of music analysis of movement live electronic musical instruments interactive sound performance (Benoit Maubrey & Brodin – Audio Gruppe) (Sonia Knox, Marcel Odenbach, Elizabeth Chitty, Dan Graham, Peter Land, Iimura, Ulrike Rosenbach, Martha Rosler, Joan Jonas, Aernout Mik, Douglas Davis, Takahiko Iimura, John Jerusun Aernout Mik, Malgorzata Potocka, John Wood & Paul Harrison, Jean Otth, F. Pezold, Dennis Oppenheim, Lydia Schouten, Joelle Ciona, Erik Dettwiler, Bettina Grossenbacher & N. Widauer, Suzanne Joly, Jerzy Onuch, Klara Schillinger & Valerian Maly, Alex Silber, Maciej Toporowicz, Jaime Vallaure, Jürg Schmoll, Benni Efrat, Anna Bring, Gillian Dyson, Anna Winterler, Jochen Gerz, Gelatin) kinetic possibilities of the body (Benni Efra) vocabulary of movement (LE) Theater resembles a kinetic sculpture hyperdance (Min Tanaka) motoric movements otherwise not "used" (Simone Forti) film projection combined with performance (Sol Lyfond) (Jack Goldstein – film maker) (Doris Balmer) (Stephen Laub) (Harald Busch & Erhard Hirt) (Anet van de Elzen) projecting "home movies“ (Anna Bring) (Dennis Oppenheim, Malgorzata Potocka, Eulalia Valldosera (Collektive Al-Azaz)) montage of attractions (Sergei Eisenstein's concept) gestures of conducting (as performance) movement performance (Eva Hurley) comprehensive concert/ performance/installation (Recombinant ars electronica Posthof – all halls) Dance: having the hands "in play" movement behavior juggling with repertoire of movement concert performance (Joel Hubaut) (Dilettanten- Orchester Linz) electro- acoustic clothing (B. Maubrey) The tempo of the film cut is brought into theater (LE) using the quality of illusion collages of events Emotion from lat. Motio = movement / anger-irritation logic / fear or anger logic obsessed with speed images of feelings (Eva Hurley) Travel Art travelling as performance (Vol. 136, 137 Kunstforum) travelling as global presence (Eva & Adele) Green line walk (Die Fabrikanten) (John Tylo) (Jochen Gerz) (Dimitri Alithinos) Photo: Moment catcher – Performance travelling (Gabriel Magos, Corinne Tache) outside oneself in dance performance concert (ZAJ) Butoh see above (Kazuo Ohno) SU-EN Butoh Co. (Susanna Akerlund) private filmic actions (Andy Warhol) camera replaces audience (restrictive presentation conditions) dance with the Internet (Stelarc) performative theories from cultural science performativity discourse performance studies speech act theory language game theory / Praxeology feminist theories (J. Butler) pragmatism symbolic pragmatism pragmatic-hermeneutical turn role theory (T. Sarbin) discourse analysis play-along music (John Cage) These aspects used to be treated under the theme of communication concepts (see below) criticism: communication and information theory have forgotten performance film-specific performance styles (works by Jack Smith) hanging, floating, ... (Carolee Schneemann, Flatz, Jill Orr, Peter Brambring, Butoh, Il Carrozzone...) (Charlotte Moorman „sky kiss“) (Kees Mol) (Sankai Juku) (Bob Flanagan) (Jan MlCoch) (Danny Devos – hanging in magic places) (Mark Steger – hanging in trees) (Robert Sot – in a wreath of plants) (Hadass Ophrat & Guy Brieler) between rock music and scenic collages (L. feLugossy) playing in video generates the interference of differing time rhythms performativity thrust performativity discourse Private Performances (Video Documents) (2) video performance Crossings-Schema: Jonas, Forti, Charlemagne Palestine L. Anderson. Haimsohn Beckley, Kubisch Fabrizio Plessi Albrecht D (ZEN) Jannis Kounellis Lentz, Dunlap, Tom Marioni others: Jon Rose , Christian Marclay ZAJ (Walter Marchetti, Juan Hidalgo, Ramón Barce , Esther Ferrer) Z´EV, Ian Smith FUCKKEAD, Anne Bean Paul Burwell, Sam Ashley Nancy Buchanan Richard Maxfield Endre Szkárosi Grundheber CAP Jörn Luther , Misa Savic Krzystof Zarebski, Irit Bluzer, Helena Villalobos Mark Trayle, Bender&Nern Pauline Oliveros travelling and migration (Raúl Manrique & Claudio Fabián Pérez Miguez) music performance 28 performativity as view (Sam Taylor-Wood) (Skip Flicker) (Devil´s Chauffeur – Roger Ely) Performance in motion – Resistance in motion (Performing Resistance, Volkstanz, Gettoattack – Vienna) Dance&Performance activists travel art – capturing moments playing with the Film Noir genre (Paul Couillard) Dance Noise (Anne Iobst, Lucy Sexton) discourse view Conquergood: involving a shift from viewing "the world as text“ to "the world as performance“ TV performance (Sistermann, Christine Kubisch, David Moss, Chie Mukai, Endre Szkarosi, Michel Asso, Bonnie Barnett, Leigh Hobba, Luca Miti, Maxime Rioux, Marianne Schuppe, Attila Dora, Tibor Szemzö) Van Gogh TV (Live and real time television / Multimedia performance Hotel pompino) filming performers (Black Market) (Jack Smith – Retrospective Graz 1999 Smith repeatedly treats his films for performances) Video eliminates the necessity of appearing before an audience moment art cycling all over the neighborhood (Kirsten Forkert) under water performance (Angie Hiesl) performative turn (Bonnie Marranca, Conquergood Dwight, Fischer-Lichte, ....) cf.. pragmatic-hermeneutic turn Performance is less a new form of art than a new paradigm, it stands less for a new phenomenon than for a new consideration of familiar phenomena (David E.R. George 1996) Expansion of film projection into the theatrical (John Latham) (Nam June Paik & Charlotte Moorman) (Friederike Pezold) (Douglas Davis) touching the inside of the TV performance as mental model (Lit.: Georg F. Schwarzbauer) aesthetics of speed slow motion-like movements (Wilson) slowness (Wolfgang Duck) (Min Tanaka) cf. Instant Intervention Theory as/of Performance Autoportrait (Carlo E. Lischetti) Performance without movement (seeing with the body ...) Abramovic/Ulay (Tache & Magos) filmed performances (Matthew Barney) performative moment Performance = significant theoretical framework Dance of Transgender (Hunter Reynolds & Pattina du Prey) Performances with/as/to music (Urs-Peter Schneider) filming actions (Kurt Kren (on Otto Muehl, G. Brus)) Architecture-Performance & Film (Gordon Matta-Clark 17 Films) (Walter Pamminger) Stadtwerkstatt-TV projects as performance (4 Days of Buffalo) / Ars electronica "no one is sure of himself“ Automaten TV etc. Trash-TV (Schlingensief) staying on the road (PB) see: performativity of language view of orality performative speech act dance articulates energy / everything in dance is gesture In plunging and elevation, pain and provocative erotic, the question is posed with Nietzsche of the "dancing god" (LE) dance as competitive sport (A. Périgot) dance & martial art (Li Portenlänger) (Schimpfluch) (Zoltan Szabo - Judoka) part of every performance: music (Stadtwerkstatt) Performance as a concept in ethnography, anthropology, sociology and psychology taking movement into consideration in theory models (Proj.: Kinetographien) Performativity as new perspective / the dominance of textuality is penetrated filming partner (Carolee Schneemann's friend) Anthony Cox: husband of Yoko Ono) approaching one another (Iréne Maag & Chen Tan) multiple film projections (Stan Vanderbeek) experiments with TV cameras (Alex Hay & Deborah Hay) Aleatoric sound and movement performances (J. Cage, Merce Cunningham) see: performative pedagogy TV projection (daily news) combined with dirges (Dr. Walter Siegfried) aesthetics of duration space can only be performatively experienced as space dance theater intensifies, shifts, invents movement impulses and body gestures (LE) distinction body as projection surface for films (Carolee Schneemann) see: performative form of insight of the physical body gestic research using film (Valentina Baradinone, Gelatin) ongoing performance: the question of plagiarism (Timm Ulrichs) Performative turn in theoretical discourse (analysis model for the specific performativity of the genre "dialogue") performativity of the social system (Lit.: Lyotard) performative body memory (see: V. Appfelthaler) Factory of the Excentric Actor (Eisenstein) performative knowledge (R. Schechner) (e.g. dance technique, handling, ... "learning with the body" performing knowledge cf. hidden/implicit knowledge) filmic vision: in multimedia and intermedia art (incl. happenings, performances) "filmic vision" supersedes static vision (Th. Dreher) cf. Life Art / Live Works 60s: real bodies in real time in real space Audio-Landscape (Wilson) (historical) anthropology ethnology theology / New Age discourse theater anthropology ethnography performance studies ethnography cultural anthropology sociology and performance sociological discourse exotism discourse tribalism debate (tribal culture) structuralism discourse (game rules of art) performative understanding (Sowa) stories run in the monitor cap (Kyung Ja-Na) encroachment / infiltrated situation (Günther Wallraff, Karel Dudesek) (Gianni Motti) infiltrating hospitals as doctor (Cabinet De Medicine) time art "Time based art“ also includes video and new media expanded cinema (as method: USA => A) (Jack Smith, John Latham, Valie Export, Peter Weibel) Smith combined film and cinema slide musical stagings (Norbert Stang) Cinemasculpture (Alan Finneran) (Gabriele Oßwald & Wolfgang Sautermeister) masculinity/femininity as cultural performance (femininity: Sakiko Yamaoka) centrality of performance in the construction and maintenance of social relationships Performance to experimental film (Anne Hody) (Pat Ferrero) time-based experiences (Scott Macleod) see: the performance of the body (performativity) performance behind running projection (Enrico Bugli) film and shadow (Anet van de Elzen) (Gelatin) see also: culture-theoretical view arts tied to the course of time time as material (Karl Kaltenbach) B.M. is performative projecting close-ups (Sol Lyfond) temporal view of performance design 29 socio-logical view the performative is a cultural act (J.W. Kronik) Orlan´s "Reincarnation“ project: A case study for the overlap between performativity and performance influenced by experimental films (Madonna Hamel) time based art film actors as performers (Akiko Izumi) physique of the voice in architectonic spatializing acoustically dynamic space perception (B. Leitner) performative sound sites (spatial music) couples as public "construct" (Judy Radul) Literature: Kunstforum Bd. 25 / Schamanen J. Raap / Kunst u. Schamanismus (article) Hartmut Kraft / Über innere Grenzen - Initiation in Schamanismus, Kunst, Religion und Psychoanalyse (book) Performance of Healing (book) Carol Laderman (Ed.) J.L. Moreno / Psychodrama (book) Joachim Hersinger Waldegg / Der Künstler als Märtyrer – Skt. Sebastian in der Kunst des 20.Jahrh. Mary Ann Doane / Film and the Masquerade (masquerade theory) Marianne Kesting / Das Happening als pseudo-religiöse Opferhandlung (article) Christa Lichtenstern / Metamorphose. Vom Mythos zum Prozeßdenken (book) Aristoteles / Katharsis-Begriff Theresa Smalec / (PSi7) Healing Shattered Subjects: Ron Vawter´s "Roy Cohn/ Jack Smith" as a Performative Means of Translating and Transforming Cultural Traumas Elizabeth Köpping / (PSi7) Charismatic Healing as Transformation Translating Difference: Performance and Disabillity (PSi7) Literature: (... continued) Audrey Colby / (PSi7) Acts Apart Carol Fischer-Sorgenfrei / (PSi7) / Animal- Human Transformation in Japanese Perf. Ulrike Krasberg / (PSi7) Ekstasetanz und Performance ... (Sufi-Ritual) Silke Wolf / (PSi7) Transformation ritueller Performanzen Petra Kuppers / (PSi7) Mapping Physicality: Translating Difference Callie Sandahl / (PSi7) Speaking Communities into Existence: One Person at a time Richard W. Mitchell / (PSi7) Laughing like Crazy: Performing Comedy with/for the ´Insane´ Kanta Kochhar-Lindgren / (PSi7) Earth Arts: Performance, Landscape and the Voices of Difference Ivy I-Chu Chang / (PSi7) Theatre as Therapy, Therapy as Theatre performance as social, political strategy dynamization of categories and models 26 temporal view (Klaus Rinke, Ralston Farina, Ruedi Schill, Sakiko Yamaoka, Peter Kalmus, Michael Murin) social performativity of gender (J.Butler) gender: a category constructed through performance (not a given social or cultural attribute) gender = a "doing“ B&W films as material demarcating reality (Helmut Schober) filmmakers as performers (and vice versa) (John Jesurun, Valie Export, ...) social view curator in the field o film (Bettina Wagner) performative level of pop music (burning 1 Mill Engl. pounds) economical and social plots A performative moment has been important to many art works since the 70s view of the musical score machine-controlled film projection (torture) (Istvan Kantor) offering a "different" filmic view of the performance commentary on film diaries (Balz Raz) see also: political view film time and event (GANG ART) time units for the event emotional impact of the medium of film (Pawel Althamer) sound, music, score, composition (cf..: view of the musical score) musical performativity (John Malpede) social behavior as performance (Goffman) unfettering the fine arts in actional arts (Proj.: Kinetographien) see: performative levels in pop music time as medium (Ralston Farinas) Performance as the transient, flowing, ... social message (Nilofar Akmut) Performances action scores (category 03 according to M.-L. Lange) What is staged, random and composed coincide (Akio Suzuki & Junko Wada) performance as social practice (see below) see: performativity of feelings the exhibited discourse (series "dis-positiv“ Vienna ) process demonstration process art notions of times (Judith Barry) hexis/habitus as a series of performative practices Film, Music & Performance (Michael Murin & Peter Kalmus) endless repetitions (Endre Tót) innermusical performativity – music as a sui generis performative, physically staged phenomenon (Prof. A. Riethmüller) social performance social performance Outsiders are in-between beings (PB) performative self (the self in process) see: performative sculptures (Magos, Stuart Brisley) The discourse is that, for which and with which one fights (Foucault) There is no knowledge without discursive praxis (Focault) Theater is the art of the social per se (LE) Performativity of forms of materialization (project: Kinetographien) ephemeral art Postdramatic theater performance accentuate the act over the result (LE) the only medium with real quality is every other human being (BN) Performance in front of video projection (Oscar MacLennan & Anne Seagrave) circular form of time (Giardini Pensili = Bordoni & Dalo) Identity as performance 27 process view musical score (Kaprow) see also: mimicry of life see: prediction actions with job-seekers, unemployed persons, homeless, prisoners (STWST) (Filomeno Fusco, Victor Kégli) (Santiago Serra) social researcher (Pino Poggi) (Karin Meiner & Manfred Hammes) dis-curs (running back & forth) performance art classic texts are also underlaid with pop understandings (sensation of rhythm) (LE) Clip Performance (Pipilotti Rist) performance clips action with a fuse (Roman Signer) a performance is capable of creating "communitas" (Jürgen Fritz) Performativity as the act of positing meaning permanently repeating itself Performance art often moves in a discursive gap (Ray Langenbach) Flow – acting outside time view of the act Deep flow = is an ecstatic experience magic ritual (BN) moment as sculpture of touch (Franz Müller) moved innerly through perception of music/sound/rhythms social action (Tom Marioni) social actions (Roland Miller) pity / social feelings social sculpture dramaturgy (Norbert Klassen insisted on it for B.M.; but he is the only one with a score) (approach to) ritual performances (Category 04 according to M.-L. Lange) pragma-art (action and process instead of contemplatio) (cf. Michael Lingner, Eva Sturm) process-oriented art / process-oriented procedure direct time-images (Klaus Rinke) boredom (Büro Haake-Brandt) (Sakiko Yamaoka) short performance (very long performances are hardly prepared anymore today) Performance as the processual, flowing actions with concrete goals (Lidl-Academy) Theatre of Social Change (PSi7) performance as social situation revenge of the Indians on European music (Art Clay) relationship per se Foucault: ... the mechanisms of discursive formations could be picked up specifically in the in-between space of scientific discourses. ritual music (Maria Fisahn) social sculpturing method (Labin Art Express) performativity as creating identity as a process of repeated quotation cf. strong boom of process view in business administration and informatics since about 1996 Performative Transformation (PSi7) (J. Beuys) (Volker Hamann) (Bruno Hoffmann) J. Beuys' actions as sculptures in space and time (category 08 according to M.-L. Lange) see also: process from the view of artistic production threshold situations (in the course of events view) From action to transformation immediacy (nothing can be taken back) / Live character action music therapeutic discourseg gestalt therapy psychodrama / psycho-techniques primal scream therapy system theory dance theory alchemy, hermetics esoteric debates / New Age discourse psychology view of transformation performance as social experiment pair performances (Marina Abramovic & Ulay) knots in the social field (Kira O´Reilly) acoustic environment See also: Theological View aesthetic social guest work (PB) Primacy of the process deconstructive „performativity“ of Paul de Man liveness short processes, swarm of processes (Manfred Vänci Stirnemann) quasi-mythical places noise music (H. Mucken – M. Vorfeld, Rolf Langhans) Fluxus (2) Discursive practices differ from non-discursive (technical, institutional, economic, social, political) practices Pragmatism as culture studies paradigm (cf. Gertrud Koch) Performativity as the "more pleasing variation" structures of action see also: performance as action see: M.-L. Lange categorized performances according to action structures 30 magical view attacking social mechanisms (V. Acconci) (Chicago) social "face" as highest good (honor, integrity, recognition and not just tolerance) /vs/ loss of face) Performance takes place in the "here and now" remaining in the present live performance Stalker (as concept) (Zygmunt Piotrowski) performative "being at one" of the Zen archer or Samurai warrior (cf. Flow) process design (see study Stadtwerkstatt-TV) Shamanism (mobilizing spiritual forces) (Rolf Hinterecker) (Geert Duintjer) (Anna Homler) (Raphael Montanez Ortiz) (Nam June Paik) (J. Beuys) (Brian D. Tripp) (Kim Suck-Hwan) (Yong-Gu Shin) community performance art affects as energy suppliers and organizers of social space live acting gnosis (BN) discourses are practices themselves Ritual (2) Topicalizing relationship (G. Magos & Corinne Tache) (Inka Bernstein & Club Hofmann) (Lorena Menoez & Fernando Fuentes, Birchler & Hubbard) slowing down time reducing energy (Prediction) 28 pragmatistic view the Fluxus movement emanated from music, among other things Ritual and shamanist performances (Holger G. Herrmann) Initiation „as“ dismemberment (Brus) cf. pragmatic hermeneutic turn initiation forms of interaction forms of the course of attention religious themes (Ulrike Rosenbach) images of social community as performance live art investigation of the intimate zones of the body social (Bilderwerfer) role view composition as process (J. Cage) see: communication concepts view of duration: chained together 1 year (Linda Montano & Tehching Hsieh) (3 days: Linda Montano & Tom Marioni) (7 years of living art: Montano) (1 yr. cage, 1 yr. stamping, 1 yr. no interior space Tehching Hsieh) cf. Taxi Orange Performance art with its radical assertion of real time as time experienced in common (LE) Musique sonore (Joachim Montessuis) string installations (Paul Panhuysen) mimicry It is how it is – the illusion (Nelly Agassi) symbolic actions (as precursor of performance) Laying open - sacrifice - shamanism (Jappe) the spiritual / the holy Mask / masking (cf.. identity) masquerade (Boris Nieslony, Norbert Klassen, McCarthey, Joan Jonas, Franco Vaccari, Allan Sekula, Artur Tajber) relationship questions (cameras, monitor): Androgynous – Marion Leyh, U.Peter Schneider, Ruth Bamberg,Philippe Micol) process-analytical works (Büro Haake-Brandt) performative generation of distinctions, i.e. separations and congruencies of social groups (Gebauer with Bourdieu) Shamanism and animism (Z. Warpechowski) (Serge Pey) The body as magic sculptural object with cathartic effect (Viennese Actionism) expectations of salvation (Tour de Coulór) emotionality through live presentation performative perception of time performative generation of belonging simulation mimicry of life cf.. Stadtwerkstatt-TV cf.. Taxi Orange automatism taking care of the right atmosphere and thus also for the right thinking In our culture, artists, priests, doctors and psychotherapists have taken over partial areas of shamanist functions Foucault's archeology is an ethnology of his own culture selling snowballs (David Hammons) processed objects (Performing Resistance) game rules ritual (see left) Animism (cult of the soul) material ordered in trance as script (Jacques van Poppel) acoustic design as rhythmization of the event (GANG ART) Media shamans (Jürgen Fritz) see also: intercultural exchange in performance Alchemistic theater (Antonin Artaud) (Kees Mol) Aesthetic alchemy (Rimbaud, Mallarmé) Kabalistic references (Nelly Agassi) moment art (2) course of process Cf. magical theater (A. Artaud) = Theater of Cruelty e.g. simulation of an office (Ingold airlines: Res Ingold) (Philippe Cuny u.a.: Protoplast) (Abel Bankprojekt) (FEM-Warenzeichen) (Bender & Nern) performance as mimicry of business (Ruskin Stichting, Rotraut Pape, u.a.) processual aesthetics (Proj.: Kinetographien) long-term performances (Das Konzil, Nieslony, Alastair MacLennan, B.M., Bodo Berheide, Robert Sot) (Matthias Jakisch & Elvira Santamaria, Ulrich Lepka) Self-painting (G. Brus) White man (Roi Vaara) White men (T.R. Uthco: Dough Hall, Jody Procter, Brus, Yong-Gu Shin) Yellow man (Lie Wen) Camouflage painting (V. Kutscher) Like spotted animals (Mette Aare) (art incube) The body as canvas (BN) performance is directed against blind faith in progress 29 anthropological view / ethnological view you need a role to become yourself (Cindy Sherman) performance as socially marked role play (see below) 700 BICAPONIA-Performances as rituals of a private shamanist religion (German Vinogradov) processual unfetterings the incredible power of music and rhythm the "omitted" staging (LE) (latitude, lacunas) Physio-Psycho-Alchemy (Raphael Montanez Ortiz) Shamanist qualities (John Sturgeon) Alchemy (Anna Homler) ethnological material (Thomas de Chirico) changes and dynamics / dynamic processes Self-painting = surmounted self-mutilation (G. Brus) social and religious identity (Islam) (Majida Khattari) role view subversive simulation of platitudes (Biefer/Zgraggen) dynamic way of looking at psychical processes course of events Literature: Kunstforum Bd. 87 / Kunstgeschichte des Feuers Erika Billeter / Mythos und Ritual in der Kunst der 70er Jahre Transition to Modernity (PSi7) Bonnie Eckhard, Frederick Corey / (PSi7) Missed Callings: Myth, Middle Age, and Memory M. Serres Udo Wid Shamanist journey multimedia (Rachel Rosenthal) rhythmic performance (Esther Hiepler) allowed to play along (being part of the game) see identity repeatability of staged performances (Lili Fischer, Laurie Anderson) time process of becoming image (LE) Performance as staging (see below) Alchemy of the kitchen (Attila Kosa) Transformation (2) (PSi7) Art as site of transformation (PB) Performer as modern shaman Performer as modern witch theological view rules of operations and permutations Search for the sacred (A. Artaud) course co-determined with thread (Jordan MacKensie) Birth (Fumiko Takahashi) Completely out of control (Ion Grigorescu) ethnographic performances – following traces (Nikolaus Lang) role (in)security with transgender persons (failure in daily "glance traffic") staging (2) performing art (2) music and video art (Les Reines Prochaines: M. Fuchs, Fränzl, Madörin, Muda Mathis, S. Zwick) Alchemistic laboratory life-art-work Gotthard (Jean Odermatt) Transformation as aesthetic category (FL) religious view / art (performance) as substitute for religion? artist as (participating) behavior researcher (U. Wid, A. Fraser) performers do not play a "role" Concept art of the 60s - body art (K. Rinke) praxis paradigm (cf. praxeology on Wittgenstein) Alchemy of the ordinary (Boris Nieslony) Fertility (Victorine Müller) Mudman (Kim Jones) (Young-Chul Shim) mudman's seminars With and about fire ... (Kain Karawahn, Otto Piene, Stadtwerkstatt, Young-Chul Shim)) (Holger G. Hermann, Thomas Ruller, Lukas Berchtold) Panic in burning paper tent (Igor Sacharow-Ross) Fire circles (Zorka Ságlová) flame thrower (Just Merrit) Fire & water (János Szirtes) , (SRL), (L. Berchthold) Fire theater, live flame (A. Heller) Incinerating rare plants (Terry Fox) Fire Table(s) (Ric Allsopp) In a burning tank under water (Harrie de Kroon) Recipient in a burning gyrator (times up/Just Merrit) Burning clothing piece by piece (Barbara Sturm) artist as anthropologist (Tokio Maruyama) (Nieslony) (David Thomas) artist as skeptical anthropologist (PB) (BieferZgraggen) living prediction performance as mimesis (see below) Trance states (Helmut Schober) (Serge Pey) (Klaus Rinke, Michael Schmidt, Endre Tot, Yasunori Shiobara, Ruggero Maggio, Lee Chang-Shik Park) primary demonstrations Trance techniques (Terry Fox) theory of the moment (James Lee Byars) Transformation through magical procedures: costumes, masks prediction (2) cultic contemporary investigations (FS) (Bettina Kleinhammes, Annegret, Soltau) p-theory as theories of behavior staged events (2) performance "like anthropological studies" (Kurt Fulton) Ethnolog. research into social conditions (Kurt Fulton & Richard Schachter) Cosmological view Ritual sculpture Body dismemberment & violence / body fragmentation in performance direct recourse to shamans (Schmutz) ritualizing everyday actions (Alastair MacLennan) performance as rituals of transition, of transformation (Translation TRANSITION Transformation – PSi7) interactive processuality of cultural actions Performance as sound experience Spiritist session (Rolf Langebartels, Vollrad Kutscher) (cf. Gestures, Attitudes) Model of cannibalism (Lygia Clark) anthropophagy (Judith Lorena Mendez Barrios) seance cultural anthropology structuralism (discourse) myth discourse literature discourse deconstructivism memory theories mythic view forms of culture (forms of expression) (Reindeer Werk) (LE) Presence of the deviant body triggering "immoral" fascination, discomfort or anxiety because it deviates from the norm due to illness, handicap or deformation (Just Merrit) "holy" reality of the body performativity of rituals performance as ritual (see below) ritual actions (Thomas de Chirico) ritual performance art (Réné Ynez) ritual as means for coping with crises artistic action /vs/ artistic production (Roman Signer) (Renee Kolla) Forms of therapy that make use of performance techniques the moment of the living process (vs. reproduced process) +Performance as staging Action with stone (Stephan Goedecke) Lying under stones (Yin Xia-Feng) the gift ritualized performance (Rebecca Belmore) 31 mythological view Death and the beautiful shaman (M. Abramovic) Therapeutic seances (Lygia Clark) neurotic rituals – intensity of a hysterical psychosis (Reindeer Werk) church service as performance (USA) the essence of the ritual is the tie, the plea View of the elements (fire, earth, water, air, ...) (Hanka Lee) (Katharina Trost) (Aktion im Moor – J.Beuys) process and not finished result Smeared with earth (Dieter Appelt) Lying naked in the water exchange projects (Clegg & Guttmann) performance ritual (Karin Bille, Jürgen Fritz, Thilo Hain, Walter Renner) ritual and emotion using the example of mourning (Ines Tsengas) (Moreno) probing the truth of the soul through action - catharsis of action poetry of rites cultural pattern ritual Forms of therapy as analytical "session" See: psychoanalytical view Therapeutic action (intention of body art) Cf. identity view Temple sacrifice and fire rituals (Siglinde Kallnbach) (minus delta t) ritual presentation of objects Acting out (process and not just analysis) Fear-angst system Butoh therapy (Mitsutaka Ishii) 30 therapeutic view purification ritual (Hansjörg Marti) ritual sculpture rituals mourning-depression system logic of mourning Ghost stories (Ping Chong) Machine: stream of fire/stream of water (Erik Hobijn) theater is at heart a death mass (LE) Pain, death, transitoriness, rebirth (Gideon Gechtman) (Peter Gilles) (Hannah Wilke – her dying body) Therapist as performer (Yuko Yamamoto) Group therapy as installation ("Lovepangs" congress /4 phases of pain) external and internal purification (Emil Gropoz) being in the process (Matthias Jakisch) Mermaids washed ashore (Myriam Laplante) Performance in the ocean (Yong-Gu Shin) Creation myth (Jürgen Raap) Galvanized into the symbolic Artist as martyr (Cf. G. Brus) disability view Cath. rituals (De Chirico & Angelika Thomas) rites of initiation Aboriginal myths (Kevin Mortensen) Close to nature Bodies connected to trees with hoses (Enikö Szücs) Work with HIV patients (Jordan McKenzie) Therapeutic acting out pain & catharsis Purification (Verena Schwab) ceremony / processions (Jürgen Fritz) (Goji Hamada) Buddha States (Chen Chieh-Jen) Rooted in old myths Performances of Death in America (Andy Warhol) St.Sebastian – pierced sacrificial lamb (Ron Athey) (cf. Mishima) cf. Fakirs Theater in therapeutic pedagogy Performance of Healing Purifying power of ritualized pain (Gina Pane, H. Nitsch) cult action Theater as process (LE) Like a stone-age man (Jerzy Beres) Archaic and culture Archaic, Butoh (Gérald Personnier) blessings Performance as Process Mythic rituals (Günter Brus) Performance and Disability (PSi7) Performance as catharsis (cf.. below) cultic purification self-purification ceremony art Literature: Performance und Performance Art / Kunstf. Bd. 96 G.J. Lischka Beitrag: Schneisen im Heuhaufen – Formen von Performance-Art Marie-Luise Lange Critical theory and performance (book) Patrice Pavis Jürgen Schilling / Aktionskunst (book) Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! B. Stanton Garner / Bodied Spaces: Phenomenology and Performance Nick Kaye / Postmodernism and Performance (book) ! David George / On Ambiguity: Towards a Post-Modern Performance Theory (article) Laurence Senelick / Cabaret Performance Stan Godlovitch / Musical Performance: a philosophical study Philip Auslander / From Acting to Performance (essay) Vadim Liapunov, Michael Holquist / Towards a Philosophy of the Act (book) (on Bakhtin et al.) Richard Schechner / Performance Theory (book) Patrice Pavis (Ed.) / The Intercultural Performance Reader (book) Michel Benamou / Presence and Play, Performance in Postmodern Culture Mise en Scéne (catalogue) Markus Weßendorfer (theater theoretician also writes on performance) Elisabeth Schweeger Hans-Thiess Lehmann (lecture) / Theater als Möglichkeitsraum Performance Theory and Practice (PSi7) Literature: (... continued) J.-F. Lyotard (event, performativity, language games, ....) J.-F. Lyotard / The Unconscious as Mise- en-scène (in: Performance in Postmodern Culture – 1977) Hassan Hannah Arendt / Vita Activa (book) Johanna Malt / Performative Constructions of Meaning (article) Dorothea von Hantelmann / Der andere Schauplatz: Theatralität u. Performanz in der zeitgenössischen Kunst Bonnie Marranca & Gautam Dasgupta Ed. Conversations on Art and Performance Philosophie in Aktion / P. Bourdieu, Hakan Gürses, O. Marchart, Chantal Mouffe, W. Pircher, R. Pfaller, G. Raunig, Slavoj Zizek (book) Hans-T. Lehmann (LE) / Postdramatisches Theater (book) ! Kathy Rosalyn / Toward a Theory of Performance Art (book) Transition to Modernity (PSi7) Hans-Friedrich Bormann (PSi7) Dieter Mersch (PSi7) Sophia Totzeva (PSi7) Prerational logic of mythical image worlds memento mori (event or object reminiscent of death) / memorial rite (James Lee Byaars: performed his death) (A. Heller: laying out of self) Death Meditations (Nina Wise) Political remembrance of the dead (Balint) Made up like a corpse (Shaun Caton) Sex with the Dead (John Duncan) ritual consecration performances (Ralf Vormbusch) mudmans Seminars (2) Archaic elements in performances reminiscent of archaic roots medical performance (Alastair MacLennan) (Karina Wellmer-Schnell) (ADAW Palaf) mythological structures mental and physical disability (Kraft/Petz) (René Schmalz (Butoh)) cf. identity view in imitation of mudmans (Rolf Hinterecker) ritualized and myth-related performance (See also: rituals) (Moira Roth, Carolee Schneemann) Embalming of a chicken (G. Bruckschweiger) Wheelchair performances (Krüppelschlag/Just Merrit) Sex in a wheelchair (Bilderwerfer: Conny Scheuer, Elisabeth Löffler) Orgies-Mysteries Theater Sacrificial rituals (Max Dean) crucifixion scenes fertility rituals cultic actions Group and family myths (highly emotionally charged) Ancestor cult mental derangement (Grahame Davis) ritual performance (M. Abramovic): "The lips of St. Thomas" carving, whipped, naked on cross of ice blocks (she stages herself as sacrifice) Archaic forms of expression (Arnulf Rainer) Retro-performance (J.Lothar Schröder) Cover performances (Verena Kraft & Kurt Petz) (Mike Kelly / Paul McCarthy) rituals on Hawaii (Charlemagne Palestine) goes directly back to shamans (dirt) As a mummy in natural location (Liu Cheng Ying) Personal mythologies (Rosa Galindo, Pedro Garhel) Sale of Roman Catholic pictures of saints (Richard Schachter) gay perspective Distribution of holy pictures as thanks for donations (Renate Bertlmann) (Hermann Nitsch) ceremony (religious) ceremonies of the Indians (Joan Jonas, Tina Girouard, James Luna, Yolanda Segura) (Kim Jones) (Ronaldo Ruiz) Bedded on archaic frameworks (Dieter Appelt) Archaically poetic (Lee Wen) art-therapy (Paisan Plienbangchang) Performance as form of action in therapeutic praxis Far Eastern myths (R. Schwarzkogler) rite Dionysus – paradigm for a new myth of destruction (in part, cf. Ortiz, Nitsch, Lebel, Mühl, Kaprow, Knizak, ...) Everyday stories Easter piece (crucifixion situations) (Cheri Gaulke) religious attitudes artistic mass (Jerzy Berés) Christian liturgy (Wolfgang Duck) Maim dancer (Krüppel) (Nonko Ono) Mythologization of the self (Colette) mythic material (Rachel Rosenthal, Meredith Monk) naked in church against the rite (Mette Aare) Theme of death (Markus Schwaighofer) (Gianfranco Baruchello) (Mary Noéle Dupuis) story- telling (2) Mourning depression system fear of abandonment system aesthetic way of praying (Nitsch) Performance as act of positing meaning +Performance as interpretation (BN) Ultimate performance: (lethal performance as model) (Marco Ivaristtis kills animals to provoke reactions from the audience) Postmodern: (Hassan, Lyotard) process / performance / happening work-in-progress, incomplete, fluid open, playful, optative, disjunctive, displaced, a discourse of fragments Modern: art object / finished work Semantic, philological and etymological instruments (Luca Patella) Artist as "sacrifice" Standing on hammered in nails (P. Kochsomrong) (e.g. Catholic liturgy) Mysticism and mythologies (are not accepted in performances: A´battery A“) Individual mythologies (Jonathan Meese) Myths of the world (Jill Orr) Performing Trauma (PSi7) Performance as drive analysis (and art analysis) (Via Lewandowsky) Performances of TV-preachers (cf.: Schlingensief) objects from the Catholic liturgy (H. Nitsch) (cult of the new eve) Mythical mystical dance play 31 content view Cf..: contemplation /vs/ ecstasy religious ecstasy (Unio mystica) Media, myths, fairy tales (BBB Johannes Deimling) Performance = consciously dreaming religious acts performative quality of postmodern work Performance as fundamental characteristic of postmodernism (Chantal Pontbriand) Content aspects of performance (arrangement) Poetic performance (Ruth Knecht) religious feelings Who still deals with "major" themes? (Jan Swiedzinski) Virtual suicide (Cuco Suarez) Catholic mass as model of the theater Wilson's theater is neomythical Reaching the density of the mythical (Wilson) Deconstruction performances (Category 11 according to M.-L. Lange or Inge Baxmann respectively) This performances are targeted to: confrontation, irritation of sense, disjunction, interruption and dismantling of familiar semantic contexts. It is a matter of "an upsetting of order", of the destruction of traditional rhythms and flows of meaning. Role of the clown (BN) Performer as clown (cf.. Black Market) (Bruce Nauman) Performance appears today as a possible philosophical paradigm; a radical alternative to the modernist text paradigm. (George) (Cf. performative turn) academic performance (Marvin Carlson) Giving what may be found in madness (Artaud) religious rituals as material procession as performance (Giuseppe Desiato) (Nitsch OM Theater) Dissolution of the semantic obligation, honest performance! (BN) Content-based methods (Cf.. Stadtwerkstatt-TV study) Revealing evil and exorcising it. Total possession (in the performance) (Karen Finley) P.M.: play, game, contradiction, process, performance (D. George) In postmodern times "performance" is the ideal medium and model (D. George) Naked, all hair shaved off in a tree – no story, no plot (end of time) (Oszeus Labyrint: Mark Steger & Hannah Sim) +Performance as socially marked role play Performance as social practice +Performance as ritual +Performance as mimesis The performative as primary characteristic of contemporary, but especially "postmodern" art production (D. Mersch) (action, performance, installation, environment and event art, but also gestural painting) Practical character of carrying out acts of meaning: meaning is acting/doing (Sowa) Sense & madness Performer are tricksters and clowns Against religious symbols (Ulrike Rosenbach) procession (aspects) (Heinz Cibulka) (Wolfgang Duck) Scope of action in between terms (BN) Philosophy in "action" (G. Raunig) Performance as Exorcism Performance mental model (Lit.: Georg F. Schwarzbauer) Non-theatricality Performance and Philosophy (PSi7) Exorcism – liberation from personal grief/suffering (Linda Montano "Mitchell´s Death") Performance as theater of memory (see below) Theater as memory space (Cf.. essay by Dan Graham on Giulio Camillos) memoria theater Philosophical terminal (as service) (Cf.. also: Rainer Ganahl - education complex) Performer with education in philosophy (Odradek Siblings: Eva Blut – Upper Austrian Design for V. Westwood) (Lygia Pape) Cruel healing through theater (A. Artaud) Legitimization (of research) through its performativity (Lit.: Lyotard) Philosophy of the act (Hagakure) Semantic shifts due to the confrontation of concepts (Marlene Madison Plimley) "Theatron" was originally the audience space (LE) Theatron x 2 = design of the poster series Montage performance (montage techniques) Cf. service view Rituals as a means for dealing with crises 32 philosophical view Academic Performances (PSi7) Philosophical database (Mike Hentz) Hedonism: a philosophy of performance art Cabaret as performance? Cf.. (Lili Fischer, Franz Prieler) (Donna Lewis) (Diva – Cabaret: Marlene Madison Plimley, Mernie Le Plested, Alvin Erasgo Tolentino, Lori Weidenhammer) cabaret performance As a principle, B.M. is an exploration of attention (3) Attention as accuracy Experimentally assembling circumstances (BN) Computer as theater of memory (research project) Allegorical processions (celebration art) (Antoni Miralda) Kneipp cure & Performance (Lili Fischer) Performative science Avoidance of narrative structures Performativity as the operationality of information (Lit.: Lyotard) +Performance as ritual +Performance as catharsis Performance as drive analysis Performance as form of action in therapeutic praxis art studies view Professor of philosophy as performer (Adrian Piper) Philosophy lecturer (Nick Land) Turn to the performative act (instead of the well formed message) (Billedstofteater) lectures (2) Performance as representation of facts (s.r.) Narratively structured performance (Category 12 according to M.-L. Lange) These forms of action tell stories and are based on a clear concept of staging. (Renate Bertlmann) (Brian Catling) cf.. (art) historical view Lecture performance (Xavier Le Roy, Mike Hentz) Philosophies and sciences of becoming (Proj.: Kinetographien) Performance as presentation Philosophical terminal (2) Three-dimensional narrations performativity discourse theater theory theater studies dramatic discourse art theory philosophy postmodern discourse nomadology discourse deconstructivism discourse performance studies performance theory Theater without theater (Mark Boyle) Gray ascribes a coding effect and integrative function to all emotions for cognitive contents Cognitions with the same or similar emotional hue tend to conjoin into emotion-specific separate worlds (in the sense of the logic of anger, anxiety, mourning or joy ...) Choreography as danced theory (Jerome Bel) the intentional view "presentation" (BN) Kinetographic theory development One-Woman-Theater (Margaret Dragu) Semantic routes on the Net Lecture as performance (Thomas Huber, Andrea Fraser) (John Bock) (Bazon Brock) Performance lecture (PSi7: Hanne Sitz, Marie Luise Lange) Practical performative hermeneutic deduction (H. Sowa) Performance conferences (Also see: networks) Symposia The council performing arts Dress as information carrier (Regina Frank) body inscriptions Theater of perception (Adriana Zamboni) Methods of Using New Media in performance Studies (PSi7 see articles: Maria Beatriz de Medeiros, Carol Burbank, Irina Khiginskaya, Diane Howard, Stan Dyer) (LE) A theatricalization may be observed in performance art Theater WuWei (Ruth Geiersberg, Elizabeth Le Compte, Jürgen Raap, Schechner: The performance garage, Ron Vawter, CARKA, Norbert Klassen, Studio Azzuro) Narrative Performance (Vito Acconci) (Vasan Sitthiket) (M. Schwaighofer) Philosophical lecture-like performance (KwieKulik) (Prz. Kwiek & S. Kulik) The reduplicated event is always a farce (Mersch) seminars (2) Art jury as performance (the jury: U. Wid, Die Fabrikanten, G. Dirmoser, Neuner, et al.) theater performance Anti-mimetic theater 32 theater studies view Performance analysis (PSi7) performance knowledge (Serapiostheater, Bak-Truppen, Wooster Group, SRL, La Fura dels Baus, ATEM Group) (Eva Fuhrer, Janet Haufler, Vereana Schwab, Jürgen Fritz, Norbert Klassen, Stefan Kurt, Charles Richardson, Matthew McGuire, Andrea Morein) control & mimetic distance (theatre) /vs/ physical awareness of the performative situation PAM: Performance analysis method (Ute Ritschel) Plurimedia theater (LE) Transforming Analytical Discourse to Performance (PSi7: Zoltan Imre) Translation between Performance and Performance Studies (PSi7 article: Deidre Mulrooney) theater view Performance appearance as an absurd act of information (Ruskin Stichting, Rotraut Pape, et al.) +Performance as memory theater performance theater (Monica Klingler, Theater am Montag, STOP.P.T. Norbert Klassen, EX!T Elke Schmidt, Tilo Schwarz, Gob Squad) Theater of Mistake (Anthony Howell) Production of presence (LE) (Res Ingold, Boris Nieslony, Jürgen Fritz, Wolfgang Sautermeister) Methods of Performance Analysis: Cognition and Fragmentarisation (PSi7 articles: Zoltan Imre, T. Kubikowski, Wojciech Baluch) Performance archive (cf.. service) See also: dance performance movement view Extreme theater Viennese Actionists) Absurd Theater Performance as trans-genre or anti-genre within art studies Mobile theater (Dorte Holbek) Miniature theater (Gregor Leschig) Street theater performance (Hiromi Shirai) (Tadasu Takamine) Theater as event Literature: Die Grube und das Pendel (article in: Relikte & Sedimente / Rob La Frenais Kontextbewußte Ansätze in Kunst und Wissenschaft / G. Dirmoser (DG) Gotthard Günther (on polycontextuality) Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Victoria Best & Peter Collier (Ed.) / Powerful Bodies – Performance in French Cultural Studies !! Guy Debord / Rapport zur Konstruktion von Situationen Kenneth Burke Dwight Conquergood Victor Turner Erika Fischer-Lichte / Kulturen des Performativen (Sonderforschung BRD) Erika Fischer-Lichte / Vom Text zur Performance – Der „performative turn“ in den Kulturwissenschaften (FL) Notes as performance (Karin Beck, Elsbeth Böninger & Norbert Klassen) action theater Which recursive effects do changes in communication (due to new media) have on "old media" such as theater, music, fine arts? poetic theatre Living room on the stage (Otmar Wagner, Stadtwerkstatt) Aim of the performance conference: promoting the formation of concepts in performance art the black drawer Performative theater (BAK-Truppen (many open elements)) "Theater" was an important starting point for the Viennese Actionists Theory as/of Performance (chapter in Victoria Best & Peter Collier) Performer as theater studies scholar (Jürgen Fritz) Queer Theaters (Text: Rob La Frenais) (Cf.. Symp. Steir. Herbst) (From viewing art to a view of the world) non-narrative, non-discursive, non-mimetic performance Encyclopedic delusion Performance art as pre-art (Z. Warpechowski) Programmatic texts: (BN) Reindeer Werk, Todays Place, Prediction, Minus delta t, Büro Berlin, polarpuls Art d´Ameublement, Kunoldtstraße 34, Bazillus, Programmpapiere kleiner Ausstellungsraum, Das Konzil 1981, Strategiepapiere des Fördervereins für Projektkunst, Die Stifter, ASA European, Black Market International, ...) Dream theater (La Fura Dels Baus, La Gaia Scienza) Philosophical and metaphysical concepts (Tokio Maruyama) Post-Dramatic Theater (book: Hans-T. Lehmann (LE)) (Also see: story telling) Theater of circumstances Philosophical, religious reflections (Zygmunt PioTrowski) With the means of invisible theater (Performing Resistance) Dynamic theater (Bremer, Spoerri) Poor theater (proximity to performance) Paratheatrical actions = cultural investigations (Grotowski) Theatrical material (Julien Maynard Smith – Station House Opera) Theatrically drastic productions (Paul McCarthy) Poor theater – what is left is the body (W. Pfaff) Performance and theater artists (Black Market) (LE) Energetic theater (Lyotard): Not a theater of meanings, but rather of intensities ... post-dramatic energetics Forms of organizing and executing culture Movement theater (LE) Theatrical staging (Knopp-Ferro & Frank Köllges) (Günfer Cölgecen) (Dan Senn) (Stuart Sherman) (Böröcz & Révész) (Yolanda Segura) ( Angelica Schubert) The living theatre (Julian Beck, Judith Malina, Kenneth Brown) Theatrical productions (Atty Bax) (Christiane König) Theatrical scenes (Ian Hinchliff) Theatricality: "Grand Gesture" (Mattieu) The grand gesture as performance (being flown in by helicopter, nothing else). performatively negotiating culture (FL) Cultural Memory (PSi7) The Cultural Translation Project (PSi7) Interactive Cyber-Theatre (PSi7: Steve Dixon) Performance as a representation of circumstances +Performance as theater Multimedia music theater (Hans-Friedrich Bormann – LOSE COMBO) Impromptu theater (Mark Russel) theatrically inspired hybrid performance (lt. Zakravsky) Situative investigations (ARGE Kulturtheorie Linz) (LE) A new association of opera, performance and theater results "performative turn" in the cultural sciences (FL) theatric performance (Adina Bar-on, Karen Finlay, Kazuhiro Nishijima) gestures (3) Environmental Theatre (Richard Schechner) Theater of deconstruction Culture as performance (Turner, Milton Singer) (Fischer-Lichte) From writing culture to culture as performance Performativity as the constitutive feature of all cultures the function of performance within a culture (M. Carlson) Avant-gardist isms were superseded by ideas and contexts (PB) Ritual Theater (Hanna Barbara) Experimental theater (Sam Ashley) Object theater Context-conscious strategies: surprise, alienation, distortion, ... de-formations Breadman (head bound with bread) (Tatsumi Orimoto) concept theatre Micro-theater (Adriana Zamboni) Mental state corresponding to the situation (caution, tensely aware or relaxed) Site-specific presentation (Mike Pearson) Performatively negotiating and establishing culture The culture is the body (Tadashi Suzuki) The secrecy of body codes cultural performances Using the means of surprise (Emil Gropoz) Micro-drama (Johanna Householder) Constructivist theater (Ethnologist: Milton Singer) Simulating the conditions of the surroundings (Hejettes Szolyazok: bathing situation beach) (Stadtwerkstatt: weather building) Socio-cultural roots Cultures of the performative (FL) Performance = Transformation of a situation (J.-F. Lyotard on Daniel Buren) cultural performance Cross-cultural transfer (PSi7) Cultures of the performative (Erika Fischer-Lichte) The idea of the situation (GANG ART) (Situationist International) situationist event Cultural Sciences Black Culture Theory Cultural Studies (discourse) Cultural History Context-conscious Theories Neo-situationism Discourse Postmodern Discourse Performance in the courtroom (Siglinde Kallnbach, Black Market & W. Preisinger) (Jörg Lenzinger & Patrick Sidler) (High Red Center) Performance as situative production Performance as situative experiment +Performance as culture-forming presentation (BN) Performance as a border, a margin (M. Carlson) Culture-forming energy of performance Performance as culture-forming presentation (s.r.) (Boris Nieslony) Role of contextuality (for significance) Experimental actions (2) (Category 06 according to M.-L. Lange) ... What is commonplace is torn from its familiar context, subjected to incongruous examinations Situative experiments cultural history view Turning away from the object: stressing the process within a context The simultaneity of high & low (critical art and pop) See: Montage culturally engaged performances Cf.. field terms Situative performative emergence of work Portable park project (Bonnie Sherk) 01 culture theory view Merging the concept of performativity with the debate on cultural identities (Lit.: Stefanie Menrath) Theater of the situation (Brecht) 01 contextual view exceptional places (LE): churches, ... Situation analysis (FS) Polycontextuality (BN)

2 24 structural/structuring view
Literature: Phänomenologie der Wahrnehmung Poetik des Raumes (G. Bachelard) William Worthen / Disciplines of the Text, Sites of Performance (article) Marvin Carlson / Places of Performance – The Semiotics of Theater Architecture Flatz / Demontagen 87-91 Time/space performance/installation Goffman Dan Graham Robert Smithson / Gesammelte Schriften Literature: (... continued) Nicholas Whybrow / (PSi7) Schauplatz Berlin The performing city Literature: Victor Turner / Das Ritual – Struktur und Antistruktur W. Nöth / Strukturen des Happenings ! semiotic view: Patrice Pavis Umberto Eco / Semiotics of Theatrical Performance (article) Kurt Lewin / The Principles of Topological Psychology (book) Marvin Carlson / Places of Performance – The Semiotics of Theater Architecture Jean Alter (semiotician on performance) Michael Quinn / Celebrity and the Semiotics of Acting Burke / Grammar of Motives L. Wittgenstein Literature: (... continued) Andreas Nebelung / Zwischenräume – sechs ästhetische Erfahrungen (essay Kunstf. Bd. 152) A. Nebelung / Zwischenräume (book) Ivo Osolsobe Charles Morris Keir Elam Josette Feral Erika Fischer-Lichte (FL) / Semiotik des Theaters Perspectives of Uncertainty: Locating the Imperceptible (PSi7) Literature: Büro Berlin (catalogue book) Zwei Monate experimentelles Arbeiten (catalogue) Susanne De Ponte / Ereignis und Wahr- nehmung: eine interdisziplinäre Unter- suchung zu den Events der Künstler- gruppe „GANG ART“ (book) Victor Turner Michel Foucault !! / Mikophysik der Macht M. Foucault / Botschaften der Macht (Reader) Pierre Bourdieu / Die verborgenen Mechanismen der Macht (book) !! Elias Canetti / Masse und Macht (book) Cillie Rentmeister / Frauen, Körper, Kunst Mikrophysik der patrarchalischen Macht (article) Marianne Wex / „Weibliche“ und „männliche“ Körpersprache als Folge der patriarchalischen Machtverhältnisse (extensive picture study !!) Literature: (... continued) Johanna Pfaff-Czarnecka / Macht und rituelle Reinheit Judith Butler / Hate Speech Hakan Gürses (lecture) / Identität F. Nietzsche Arthur J. Sabbatini / Terrorism, Perform Bateson, Goffman, Turner (analysing processes of crisis) Dan Graham (article) / Theater, Kino, Macht (in: mise en scéne) Literature: RoseLee Goldberg / performance – live art since the 60s (book) GAG Art (Catalogue) Michel Giroud Heidegger / Beiträge zur Philosophie (Vom Ereignis) Susanne de Ponte / Ereignis und Wahr- nehmung (Eine interdisziplinäre Unter- suchung zu den Events der Künstler- gruppe GANG ART) + Hubert Sowa H. Szeemann / When Attitudes become Form (exhibition) Kunstf. Bd. 134 / art & pop & crossover Ed. Paolo Bianchi Richard Shusterman / Kunst Leben INFuG / Bemerkungen zur Ereigniskunst Let´s Entertain – Life´s guilty pleasures Stefanie Menrath / Performativität von Identiitäten im Hip Hop Literature: Georg Franck / Ökonomie der Aufmerksamkeit (book) J.-F. Lyotard / Das postmoderne Wissen (book) Performance contra Globalisation (PSi7) Jill Lane / (PSi7) Reverend Billy: mimesis an the dialectics of (not) shopping Still to be researched on the Internet: Milan Adamciak Arahmaiani Rahmayani / Julie Bacon Olimpiu Bandalac / Jozsef Bob / Maris Bustamante C. Ondine Chavoya / Chen Shi Sen Rosalyn Constantino / Raquel Mendieta Costa Angel Delgado / Ricardo Dominguez Amanda Dunsmore / Felipe Ehrenberg Károly Elekes / Maria Elena Escalona Stano Filko / Michael Fortune / Eri Furukawa Toshimasa Furukawa / Maria Elena Gaitan Mizuho Handa & Tomoko Takahashi Birgit & Wilhelm Hein / David Hull Noor Effendy Ibrahim / Patrick Jambon May Joseph / Elzbieta Kalinowska Padungsak Kochsomrong / Julius Koller Marleen Kos / John Kovach / Pawel Kwásniewski Aileen Lambert / Mi-Jeong Lee / Won-Hyung Lee Jessica Lerner / Pia Lindman / Roshan Linsi Jerzej Lipcynski / Hoang Ly / Janos Markus Cesar Martinez / Radislav Matustik / Mauntin Shue Dan McKereghan / Peter Meluzin / Aldo Menendez Charles Merewether / Wathiqu al a Meri Ottó Meszaros / Marta Minujin / Jose Munoz Aung Myuint / Nagisa Nakasone / Yumiko Okada Simone Osthoff / Pagac-Oravec (Duo) Cosmin Paulescu / Silvia Pellarolo Dan Perjovschi (cf. Amalia) Phanyawatchira Khaissaeng & Surapol Cosmin Pop / Vladimir Popovic Marilena Preda Sank / Antonio Prieto-Stambaugh Maria Elena Ramos / Mohammed Rezda Jae Rhee / Robin Rhode / Nelly Richard Peter Ronai / Tracey Rose / Lotty Rosenfeld Masano Sano / Santiphap Inkongam Zoltán Sebestyén / Rudolf Sikora / Lukasz Skapski Ewa Smigielska / Leandro Soto / Merian Soto Wojciech Stefanik / Neung-Kyung Sung Takeo Suzuki / Sompong Tawee / Rie Tanaka Sean Taylor / Harumi Terao / Attila Torö Felix Gonzalez Torres / Carmelita Tropicana Teresa Vascancellos / Evelyn Velez-Aguayo Szabolcs Veres / Piya Visuttiiprapanont Maya Wagatsuma / Susanne Walders Wang Mo-Lin / Piotr Wyrzikowski / Yasmin Jana Zelibska / Aida Zurinna / Vladimir Kordos Jamie Hutchison Not yet categorized: Bruce Adir (Adair) / Jim Allen / Thérése Ampe-Jonas / Georges Azzaria Artur Babiarz / Isabelle Bedou Nayland Blake / Waldemar Bochniarz Letitia Bolognesi Colin Campbell / Carmichael Catherine Costes Carsette / Tim Clark / Paul Cotten Sue Dakin / Mona Desgagné / Herbert Distel / DLR Paul Dorn / Leopold Duszka-Kolcz / Sophie Fabien Gabriele Forster / Vidya Gastaldon Joel Glassman / Daniel Grenier / Matthias Groeber Ryszard Grzyb / Klaus-Peter Haase Plassun Harel / Alexander Harvey / Helhard Haug Matt Hawthorn / Saiki Hiromu Peter Horobin / Joelle Keandre/ Birgit Kilp Marleen Kos/ Barbara Kozlowska / Jill Kroesen Uli Kruass / Marcin Krzyzawowski / Claudia Leder Sung-Yon Lee / Li Qiang / Qiang Li Isaia Mabellini (Sarenco) / Victor Meertens Gruppe Meier / Christian Messier Ronald J. Meyers / Antoni Mikolayczyk Kati Molnar / Melinda Moran / Helmut Martin-Myren Frank Na / Michaele Nolte / Erik Odijk Catherine Parisot / Jittima Pholsawake / Micky Plüsch Apinan Pohgananda / Wolfgang Rahs / Tim Richter Andrea Ritter / Antoinette de Robien (Robin) Valentin Rottemaler / Michael Sagorny Hiromu Saiki / Seppo Salminen Sarenco (Isaia Mabellini) / Ingrid Scher Marcus Shira-Tilles / Mayumi Yayoi Shozo Emil Siemeister / Suras KV Solwonk Christian Späte / Rüdiger Steiner / Tobias Stengel Wally Stevens / Wolfgang Störchle / Elke Suhr Eva Szanto / Ryo Takahashi / Christoph Tarnow Christophe Terpent / Frank-Udo Tielmann Jarry Vis / Jonas Wille Yit Mun Kwahn (artists village) / Silvia Ziranek Zyklus - Grac de la Luna / Myrna Renaud Richard Harding / Shannon Rose Riley Oeykue Potuoglu-Cook / Thomas Defranzt Heather Crow / Michael Mayhew / Latifa Fakiri Barry Edwards Perception theory on architecture (B. Leitner) Phenomenology of perception Location research (Peter Arlt, Marc Auge) Theory of urban locations Architectural theory / Arch. discourse 25 spatial view structuralism (discourse) semiotics / semiotics of theater symbol theories of knowledge system theory / system discourse field theories topological psychology formal sciences self-organization theory View of Locations 24 structural/structuring view Nature locations / natural locations (Cf. Land-Art as Action Art) (Jill Orr) (Yin Xiao-Feng) Performative Codes (Cf. Habitus) Danny Devos minus delta t Mike Hentz Werkzeug-Gruppe des Konzils / Black Market International Zygmunt Pio Trowski Matthias Jakisch Ulrich Lepka system view view of signs outdoor performance Places and Spaces Description of a performance (... as performance: Judith Barry) "founded" places/spaces (Joan Jonas, Matthias Jackisch) (Rolf Hinterecker) (System´Art Groupe: Michèle Métail, Louis Roquin) Performance as sign system (Cf. Nöth) location, place, site, area, room, space Performance as breaking through structures (cf. Nöth) power of words power of acts locations of power street art (2) See also: Performance as open system Performance location a year outdoors (Tehching Hsieh) Performance as semiotic text (cf. Nöth) power of themes The right place power theories power discourse (with Foucault) (game rules of art) organization theory critique of institutions discourse culture manager debate concept of performance oriented to power theory in the works of M. Foucault and Judith Butler performative perception of space (Cf. Skip Arnold) Every form of street action, street theater, street music, cabaret (Word Play Group) the power of attribution (exercises something performative) acting in "concrete" locations (Günfer Cölgecen) structurelessness (Do happenings have structures?) (LE) Telegram style and broken syntax (in Expressionism) poetic structures 23 power theory view private spaces living spaces on stage /vs/ off stage – activity See: avoiding narrative structures effectivity reception of spatial arrangement: participating action/embodiment and translated performance (H. Sowa) Investigating event structures (INFuG) preemptory speech (initiation) battle view Dirty conditions as power conditions (A. Kosa) Who is allowed to besmirch whom ... (Paul McCarthy) (Jason Lim – Bierregen) Cleanliness mania in Singapore (Amanda Heng) conventional places / non-places (Peter Arlt, Fabrikanten) immediacy (Institute for Direct Art: Mühl, Brus, Nitsch, Weibel, Kren) See also: view of destruction See also: energetic view stylistic structures (comedy as a stylistic structure) (Artaud) Attack of power instances: state, university, family, religious, ... Performance = exercise in occupying thresholds (neither stage nor audience space) (George) (cf. P. Handke) consecrated places (Stefan Kurowski & friends) See: experiments with the audience Performativity of the commander (his power) increases with every execution of a command (Lit.: Lyotard) transit space airport (Cooperation Project X) minimally structured events See also: fighting machines What was done (act) When or where it was done (scene) Who did it (agent) How he/she did it (agency) And why (purpose) (Burke) hidden performance Performance as negative demarcation from other structures magic places power scenarios (from: La Fura dels Baus) power of circumstances / dilemma (Jamie McMurry) See also: violence consenting disempowerment in imitation (BN) "Transformance" (commentary on power & money: Martha Wilson and Jackie Apple) performative sound locations (s.l.) institutionalized space 1979: the move of performance towards popular culture "the media generation“ Ocean panorama – Happening (Tadeusz Kantor) Beach performance (Pino Pascali) Performance as agreement (2) a place is a voice structural characteristics of singularity, unrepeatability (uniqueness), indeterminacy and finiteness of the performative event ephemeralness (James Lee Byars) "never show them again" power position of the viewer: the artist as exhibition piece in the box (Skip Arnold, Roi Vaara, K. Dudesek) male dominated society – performance as infor-mance (Karin Anarchia) Arranging the "mood" through the selection of certain places Different places/spaces convey their own specific affective messages see also: cliches of representation surveillant exercise of power (Julia Scher) social power conditions (Paul McCarty) Confrontation with police and border patrol authorities (Marcos Kurtyz) Pursued by the police as a foreigner (Helena Villalobos) media theory pop theory / Pop-theoret. discourse high&low discourse techno-culture discourse cultural studies discourse fashion discourse / Retro discourses hedonism debate new subjectivism debate fun debate ontology of the event Places as in-between spaces (s.u.) What must be questioned are: "models" as statically conceived and spatially structured explanations (e.g.: semiotic sign models, psychoanalytical topographies of un/conscious, spatial text terms) (Proj.: Kinetographien) Power wants to tame, cut back, control and organize the discourse (discourse control through taboo) ´coming out´ of performance into the mass culture (Eric Bogosian, Michael Smith) emotions at large sporting events masked avengers (Guerrilla Girls) (Sowa) understanding the space as practically traversed execution seen in terms of the theory of acts of power (Foucault) discourse as site of the unfolding of power (Lit.: M. Foucault) 22 view of popular culture For Artaud, a performance must be unique, a real experience, unrepeatable, and it must actually transform the audience and the actors into a different state. fear-anxiety system anger-annoyance system movement/body techniques from eastern martial arts traditions (see also: dance performance) Performance – a game of locations senses excluded (in the field of art) aesthetics of theft (cf. gift) (2) community performance art A bright friendly room relaxes the mood linguistic text, staging text and "performance text" violent hands (threatening gestures) playing suspends domination Environment fighters and lovers (Abramovic/Ulay) against violence (Suzanne Lazy) bondage situations (B. Nieslony) (Sport & Games) power bodies (in new theater) sporting aspects environment art (James Melchert) (Insa Winkler) role of emotions in power struggles battle emotions spaces with wind machines (Ralf Filges) street happening list of networks: Todays Place The Prediction Reindeer Werk Das Konzil Werkzeuggruppe des Konzils Minus delta t East-West-Study-Project Aufmerksamkeitsschule Verein für Projektkunst e.V. ASA-European The Current Affairs Bazillus The Neoist´s MATERIAL und WIRKUNG Werkstatt Odem Club Moral Moltkerei Werkstatt Throbbing Christle (Genesis P. Orridge & Cosey Fanni Tutti & u.a.) Kunoldstraße 34 Augenladen Mannheim Le Lieu Quebec/Can Büro Berlin Artist Village (Singapore) football club (association culture) (Biefer/Zgraggen) Artist-in-Residence in a ball club (Dough Hall) structures of action situation structures the artist becomes part of the text - the viewer becomes part of the text see also: performance as situative production anarchist actions (ArtPirates) giving what is to be found in crime, in war (Artaud) view of public appearances dance as combat sport / stuntman (Alexandre Périgot) anarchic situations (Hank Hyena) (Gillian Waering) terrorism and performance (Kunstf. Bd. 117) (Muda Mathis) What is an appearance? (Alex Silber) doing away with the stage (Stadtwerkstatt) theater of "divided" space acrobatics (new modern acrobatics – f´Legussozy) flowing transition between art and popular culture (Prof. Bonnie Marranca) Art without exhibition spaces – where the audience already is pop entertainment Performance = capabilities and self-assertiveness in a competitive situation „ Pure Performance “ (ski boot advertisement: skiing through deep snow) In action with all one's senses, thoughts and powers (beside oneself) Being absorbed in the movement – Forgetting technique (W. Pfaff) Die tödliche Doris: (Käthe Kruse, Wolfgang Müller, Nikolaus Utermöhlen, Tabea Blumenschein) ironicizing the rituals of contemporary music groups ASA s.u. Stunts as performance ? score as flow structure (see: view of the score) (see: performance as staging) no fixed "locale" spatial structuring (see also: spatial view) surfing (Rolf Hinteregger) political "appearances" seen as performance Performance as place-less art (s.u.) Die Fabrikanten W. Preisinger G. Harringer P. Arlt Black market International: Boris Nieslony Zygmunt Piotrowski (former) Nigel Rolfe, Jürgen Fritz Norbert Klassen Jacques van Poppel, Roi Vaara Zbigniew Warpechowski Tomás Ruller (former) Alastair Mackay MacLennan (part-time.) Helge Meyer u. Marco Teubner (2000) combat situations (Carlos Amorales) (Laurie Anderson) Songs about art: (Yan Duyvendak) see "pure dance" spatial aspects of the performance design Landscape Play: ... thinking of stage and text more like a landscape (Gertrude Stein) game rules ritual (s.l.) Festival of the Regions (A) gymnast & dancer (Molissa Fenley) cf. extreme situations "Performance“ in the new economy combat sport & power training (Regula Knopp) Party-Culture as Performance art marksman (Jürgen Wolfstädter) loss of gestural language in modernism (LE) Icelandic Love Corporation: Sigrun Hrolfsdottir, Doris Isleifsdottir, Joni Jonsdottir, Eirun Sigurdardottir Flow = the result of becoming purely "absorbed" in in the activity Performance in pop music role of emotions consume critique (Montri Teomsombat) semiotic action experiments (Helmut Hempel) Club Culture: a form of living room theater Urban Performances – Performing The City (PSi7) Büro Berlin: Fritz Rahmann Hermann Pitz Raimund Kummer (...) Athletic event (against the wall) (Barry le Va) consume critique through exaggeration Pink-Man (Manit Sriwanichpoom) 21 economic view / production view globalization discourse liberalism discourse economy as discourse (Foucault) (game rules of art) 25 architectonic view performance as a configuration of presence (the action) (BN) Sport with extreme involvement (flow – a Zen feeling) semiotics of the body (LE) punk performances (Throbbing Gristle) (Genesis P-Orridge) punk (Pyromania) High Red Center (Jiro Takamatsu, Genpen Akasegawa, Natsuyuki Nakanishi) Duo as trademark (Brigitte Bérard & Mileva Josipovic) attitudes (2) Sport and body work (Paul Harrison & John Wood) threshold situations passage, transition, gate, door, translation (B. Nieslony) (cf. PSi7) gates transitions, virtual airport (Mo Diener, Sergei Nikokochev) (Christoph Rütimann, Franklin Aalders, Christian Möller) contacts with rock/pop: (Yoko Ono – J. Lennon) (Cornelius Cardew: Scratch Orchestra) (Throbbing Gristle (Christle)) (Cabaret Voltaire (ars electr.)) (Robert Longo) (Urban Sax) 24 view of the field network of lines of force (light direction with Wilson) minus delta t: Karel Dudesek, Mike Hentz, Chrislo Haas, Wolfgang Georgsdorf, ... ("Performance Departures“) "everything is performance“ Wrestling with profi wrestlers (Howard Fried) Boxing match (Arthur Cravan) Stadtwerkstatt Linz (STWST) Georg Ritter, T. Lehner, Gabi Kepplinger, Gotthard Wagner, W. Georgsdorf, R. Zendron, Flati, Blaas, Markus Binder, Elfi Sonnberger, et al. ArtPirates X-Ray-PSY = Michael Mierse, Georgy Bretschneider, Wolfgang Freund, Marcus Krips, Parzival, Enno Stahl, Jo Zimmermann Life as public appearance (scater, boarder, dancer, driver, poses, ....) artist as trademark – making sales calls (F.E.M. Frauke Ellen Müller) funding view / cost view / sponsor view A.P.A.-Party: life and product consulting (Elfi Sonnberger, Martina Kornfehl, et al.) building as performance view of the in-between (space) extremely personal forms of behavior (Ida Brun, Henriette Hendel-Schütz) The "Model" Artist Village: Tang Da Wu (founder), Jason Lim, Koh Nguang How, Lee Wen, ...) Cynic Pop-Diva (Pipilotti Rist) Shooting Diva (Pipilotti Rist) consume realism (Lisa Cieslik) (Peter Brook, Jürgen Fritz, Fischer-Lichte) Re-Inviting the Diva (Lori Blondeau) (Aiyyana Maracle) Re-Inventing the Diva (Sheila James & Yasmin) (Carol Sawyer) (Alvin Erasgo Tolentino) Cyber Space – Psychic Diva (Kira Wu) Cf.: contextual view Cf.: energetic view theory of gravitation Pop-Kitsch (Friederike & Uwe) (Richard Martel) See also: Performance as total installation shopping exhibition – the show must go on (Vanessa Beecroft) political ironic deification of capitalism (Iwan Wijono) (Buckminster Fuller, 100 meter kitchen – P.Arlt fünf ingenöre, Stadtwerkstatt: time spiral tower) The Performance Show (1975) up to 30 artists in each program (Rose English, Sally Potter, Clare Weston, ...) Performer as advertising medium (Nenad Bogdanovic) category of the "between" as guiding category for an aesthetic of the performative ECART Group (John Armleder, Luchini, Rychner, Raoul Marroquin) catwalk performance (B. Bérard & M. Josipovic) Penny-peep-show conditions (Charlemagne Palestine, Olga Adorno, Pooh Kaye, Alison Knowles, Dupuy) (Stadtwerkstatt) can people be portrayed as commodities (Santiago Serra) Organizational structure (Victor Turner) relinquishing, not selling (BN) Literature: (... continued) Jean Dupuy (Ed.) / Collective conscious- ness. Art performances in the seventies Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux (artist) / L´Acte pour L´Art (book) ! Carl E. Loeffler & Darlene Tong / Performance Anthology (book) ! Henry M. Sayre / The Object of Perform. The American Avant-Garde since 1970 ! Paul Schimmel / Out of Actions (catalogue) M. Carlson / Performance. –chap. P. in its historical context Out of Actions (catalogue) – Between Performance and the Object Prof. Dr. Bonnie Marranca / Performance Arts Journal Performance Research (A Journal of Performing Arts) Vol.1 No.1 Spring 96 Performance Anthology – Source Book of California Performance Art !! Thomas Dreher (Diss.) / Performance Art nach 1945 – Aktionstheater u. Intermedia Joan Borsa / Performin interconnectedness: the cathartic installations of Aganetha Dyck, Ann Hamilton and Susan Shantz Performance in 18. Century (PSi7) Avantgarde (PSi7) Literature: Performance Ritual Prozeß – Handbuch der Aktionskunst in Europa / E. Jappe Gregory Battcock & Robert Nickas / The Art of Performance – A critical Anthology (book) ! Annabelle Melzer / Dada and Surrealist Performance (book) ! Mel Gordon (Ed.) / DADA-Performance Kunstforum Bd. 146 / Das Gartenarchiv (Paolo Bianchi) Kunstforum Bd. 32 / Künstler und andere Sanmler RoseLee Goldberg / Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present (book) !! RoseLee Goldberg / Performance : Live Art since the 60s (book) Joachim Dietrichs / Zum Begriff Performance (book) Kathy Rosalyn / Toward a Theory of Performance Art (book) Coco Fusco / Corpus Delecti: Performance Art of the Americas Timothy O. Benson / Conventions and constructions: the performative text in DADA organizations in action Fashion show as performance (Wolfgang Flatz) fashion show (Rainer Aring) (Andrej Bartenev) the body as mannequin (Text: Bettina Rehberg) Performance contra Globalisation (PSi7) self-organization Renovation as performance (George Steinmann) Reconstruction as (David Ireland) Architecture-related performances (A. Birchler & T. Hubbard: Impenetrable space - (after Kafka fünf ingenöre: P. Arlt, Elke Knöß, Wolfgang Grillitsch, Martin Kaltwasser, Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius power fields (Kurt Lewin) energetic field 23 view of the organizing institution Manager training as performance (Robert Reschkowski) cf. analysis of body language (Pantomime) Club Shows (John Kelly, Karen Finley, Anne Magnusson) The Ladies Ona B, Evelyne Egerer, Birgit Jürgenssen, Ingeborg Strahl, Lawrence Weiner A further understanding of performativity: Efficiency = (calculable) performativity (Lyotard) leeways are in-between spaces attitude toward the field of events (GANG ART) The Theatrics of Performance Art (T.R. Uthco) company/product instead of artist/work (Protoplast: Philippe Cuny, Kate Isler, Alex Silber) sexual presentations in party life performance society performance clips (2) probability field performance artist as curator/artist (Jean Dupuy, B. Nieslony, Roi Vaara, Seiji Shimoda & Kazuhiro Nishijima (NIPAF), Le Lieu (Jean Claude Saint-Hilaire), Nigel Rolfe, Ray Langenbach, Chumpon Apisuk, Amanda Heng, Christel Burmeister, Anet van de Elzen, Norbert Klassen, Heinrich Lüber & Karin Roth, Danny McCarthy, Milos Vojtechovsky) (Vollrad Kutscher: Performance Parties) (Masaki Iwana) (BBB.Johannes Deimling – builds own networks (Gabriele Oßwald & Wolfgang Sautermeister) (Michel Giroud) (catalyst arts) (Das Archiv: Sabine Kaeser) (Eloy Tarcisio) (R.József Juhász – studio erte) (Rafael Montanez Ortiz) (Sue Broadhurst) (Magnus Palsson) (Ryszard Piegza) (Chuke Stake) (Jordan McKenzie) (Gusztav Ütö & Konya Reka) (Marissa Carr) (Dziugas Katinas) (Wladislaw Kazmierczak & EWA Rybska) (Louise Liliefeldt) other organizers: (Gesine Weise, Jürgen Wolfstädter) (Zap Art) (Sylvie Ferre, Emily Tabassi, Lukasz Guzek) shop window performance (Colette) (Luciano Castelli) (Festival der Regionen) (Roi Vaara – walling in) (Gerd Belz & Raoul Marek) (Marie Teresa Hincapie) Department Store Performance (Anne Hoy) (seals in the department store: W. Georgsdorf) Performantere = "better" information: It is a matter of knowing which game the opponent is playing (Lyotard) architect as performer (Buckminster Fuller) including exhibition institutions admission fees (GANG ART) the poetic network (BN) mental existence between persons working with and in the field (Marietheres Finkeldei) working with models (Vanessa Beecroft) people as dolls personal performance training (= applied performance) (Robert Reschkowski) Gutai sexuality as emotional decoy in advertising (erotic enticements) gesticulating like brokers with the train station time tables (Sislej Xhafa) building performance Performers trained in architecture or stage design (Andrea Saemann, G. Ritter) Bodytainment (Stahl Stenslie) Performance = accomplishment and self-assertion in a competitive situation Gravitation: B.M.'s performance is a field The attractor: the force of attraction Das Konzil Kunoldstr. 34 Büro Berlin Bodo Berheide (Galerie-Kollektiv Wuppertal) Werkstadt Odem Kl. Ausstellungsraum des Künstlerhauses Hamburg Servicebüro Hamburg Ultimate Akademie cf. networks ventriloquist doll (Gebrüder Kunst) Performance as event (see below) Performative marketing and attention techniques On the in-between as a mental dimension (PB) Performance in consume temples: confronting consumers with wounds/mourning (Muntean/Rosenblum) (Atsuko Tanaka, Kazuo Shiraga, Jiro Yoshihara, Sadamasa Motonaga, Saburo Mirakami, Akira Kanayama, Shuso (Shusu) Mukai, Shozo Shimamoto, Naoki Kanayama) Virtual performance architecture – video/mirrors systems (Scott Simeral) "Presentations“ (Soviet Union) Presentive Events / life = kajf "life itself is the drug" stockmarket speculation with art money (Fabrikanten) Postmodern emotion culture (J. Gerhards): hedonist goal of avoiding negative emotions marketing strategies (Com & Com) performance history art history cultural history psychology of collecting philosophy/theory of collecting memory discourse memory theories "end of history" discourse J&W Management Consulting (Patricia Jacomella & Maria Walther) profiting from artists of the 3rd world architecturally determined performances a battery of the in-between ASA installs: the field (BN) Economic view of exposure in image, text and performance (article: G. Brandstetter) (LE) Surrealism includes the call for a "Performance Art“ performative staging of nakedness (Beecroft, Gelatine) Precursors of performance art Futurist performance DADA Theater der Grausamkeit Fluxus (see detail ) Situationists Lettrists Gutai (Japan) deconstruction of architecture as performance (Gordon Matta-Clark) Art-Entertainment (Mariola Brillowska) Performance in advertising 20 (art) historical view Architecture in transformation - chance for performance (factory hall flair) zones of transition (LE) tension / gradient of potential force theory view (Cf. Foucault) Performance as fashionable and fun `avant-garde entertainment´ the in-between The perfect pose („The worlds first Pose Band“ Paul Richards, Ron Calla) Performance as: Business management style networking (BN) (the physical network) 22 entertainment view Minnesong (advertising) minstrel performance art history marginalized performative art for a long time 1995 an awakening charged spaces constructed by performance (Theo di Ricco) (I. Keiner & S. Berchtold) enterprise theater for managers (Kosilo) Becoming "managers" with theater methods reflections on advertising (UlunMichael Steinke) surrealistic performance B.M.: ... The immaterial center of performance, of every encounter, the shared knowledge is: what is between the persons, what is between the things, ... Party Performers (ICELANDIC LOVE CORPORATION) permanent event locations: Moltkerei Werkstatt Cologne (E. Jappe) (...) (Jonathan Meese ) Entertainment dismantling (Wolfgang Flatz) contact persons from various countries/continents: M. Vänci Stirnemann (Switzerland), Richard Martel (Canada), Seiji Shimoda & Shozo Shimamoto (Japan), Ayah Okwabi (Africa), John Held (USA), Clemente Padin (Uruquay), Warren Burt (Australia), Lee Sang-Jin (Korea), Jozsef Juhasz (Slovakia), Artpool – Galantai (Hungary), Guy Bleuys (Belgium), Zygmunt PioTrowski (Poland), ASA & H.J. Tauchert & Inge Broska (Germany) circus artistry (Osamu Kuroda) circus animal performance Integrative history of performance art (Bonnie Marranca) Desolate spaces – factory halls, derelict buildings, contaminated areas practical joke (2) (Kipper Kids, Susanne Helmes, Marie Kawazu, Jürgen Raap, Walther Stehling, Rainer Aring, Hong O-Bong, Andrej Bartenev, Karen Finlay, Osamu Kuroda, Gelatin) 1948: last appearance by Artaud and Cage enters Black Mountain College Bauhaus (Oskar Schlemmer): the first school to undertake a serious study of performance as an art form Merzbühne theories (Kurt Schwitters) Situation comedy art as commodity item (Gretchen Faust) Performer as advertising medium (ERGO) mechanical Bauhaus stage (ars electronica) between (Buber/Rosenzweig) intercorporeality (Merleau-Ponty) betwixt and between (Turner) ecstasies of the things (Böhme) space-time force field (Fischer-Lichte) Entertainment as advertising and sales strategy for products (Mariola Brillowska) Transforming spaces through kissing (Nezaket Ekici) magic show – life as a pigeon (Christian Jankowski) soothsayer services performance with architectural elements (Roi Vaara) circus-like show of strength Power seminars (as performance) walking over fire and glass ... (Habitus of these trainers: cf. Schlingensief) central manifesto on performance art: see: programmatic texts important art theoreticians/editors on performance art: Elisabeth Jappe, Jürgen Raap, Paolo Bianchi, Gerhard Johann Lischka, Allan Kaprow, J.L. Schröder (PSi7), C. Doswald, J. Kistus, R. Puvogel, M. Hübl, H.-N. Jocks, Victor Mazin & Olesja Turkina, Paul Schimel, F-A. Hettig, Ilena Pintilie Teleaga, (...) curating as performance auctions (A. Reinthaler) meditative actions comedy as stylistic structure Clownerie clown acts (Laurie Anderson) cf. view of play and of the carnival Transforming the Canon (PSi7) Dance in comic costumes (Peter Callesen) Life style: that´s entertainment clothing/architecture for the homeless (Lucy Orta) tourist view of the curator (exoticism and spectacle) important organizations: The Living Art Museum, The Western Front (Vancouver), The Performance Space (Australia), Perforum (Pfäffikon), The kitchen (NY), Hallwalls (Buffalo), Galeria Dzialan (Warsaw) the renaissance of the circus (cf. A. Heller) factory halls /vs/ White Cube modern clowns comic performers (Beate Ronig – story telling) burning money (repealing bourgeoisie values) money-critical actions (Karin Schlechter & Sol Lyfond) (High Red Center) important periodicals: Performance Research (London) / Inter (Quebec) High-Performance (Ed. Sara Wolf, Ed. Tim Miller & Linda Burnham) / Performance Art Journal / Performance Magazine (Hg. Rob La Frenais) Studio International (London) / p-form (Seattle) Datum (Holland) / Live Art Online (UK) / P-Form / Switch (technology and art) / TDR – the Drama Review Women & Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory important art historians on performance art: RoseLee Goldberg, Bonnie Marranca, Justin Hoffmann, (...) B.M. is in the arrangement of the "MA", of the in-between space, this nothingness, a kind of mental embarrassment. soap performance Fetishizing child idols (Mike Kelley) Repeats of historical performances (ECART) Theater as raising awareness of architectonic processes (Julian Maynard Smith) mobile architecture Projects (see: project art) Performance as "opening circus" (important events) "Hotel Pompino“ (Van gogh TV) "No one is sure of himself“ (Stadtwerkstatt TV) A Sociology of the Institutionalisation of Performance Art (PSi7: Britta B. Wheeler) black market space moods (outside the realm of action) event society and game culture (fun culture) (east/west study project) (MA Festival 1995) party performance (Vjing, Djing, ...) Performers as editor/writers/art theoreticians: Jürgen Raap, Allan Kaprow, B. Nieslony, Roi Vaara, Hubert Sowa, Johannes Lothar Schröder (PSi7), Jean Dupuy, Stefan Fricke (Fluxus theoretician), Arnoud Labelle Rojoux, Alain-Martin Richard, Michael Murin, Clive Robertson, Daniele Roussel, Tina Keane, Charles Garoian (PSi7), (...) genealogies of performance (Josef Roach) Literature: Relikte + Sedimente (catalogue OK Linz) Kunstforum Bd. 145 Künstler als Gärtner (Paolo Bianchi) Kunstforum Bd. 146 Das Gartenarchiv Dorothea von Hantelmann Raum fort und fort (catalogue OK Linz) Erika Linz / The warehouse theory of memory is wrong – Zur Performativität semantischer Wissensstrukturen (lecture) Clemente Padin u.a. / From Representation to Action Dinah Jung / (PSi7) / Performing Fragrance Performance Between Identity and Representation (PSi7) "MA" Japan. 21 view of the market stage concepts cf. Stadtwerkstatt-TV action arts: (according to M.-L. Lange) Happening, Fluxus, Land-Art, Action Painting, Body Art, Event, Situation-Art production assistant with Schlingensief (Elisabeth Steger) Abiding and handling (Sowa) organization art – integrating every imaginable institution (Stadtwerkstatt, U. Wid) events service simultaneity of high & low (Mike Kelley) critical art and pop the art of entertainment revealing the invisible of the visible (Lyotard to Daniel Buren) permanent performance (Eva & Adele) silencing & chewing: Computer animation of memorial architectures – memory theater (Giulio Camillo, Robert Fludd) view of the stage Reduction / celebrated void (instead of show) art and entertainment combination (Van Gogh TV, ...) Performative "attacks" on art theory texts (resolution of a Greenberg text: John Latham) The concept of organizing marks the point of transition between art and life (H. Sowa) Preservation = Participation Performance negates the difference between being and appearance, presentation and re-presentation (George) popular performance Commentary on ring-shaped representation in over 32 views: everything is always and simultaneously present. Depending on the time segment, some things are (fashionably) in the foreground – but the rest is still present .... Life as art – art as life. (see below) Not a medium-related result. Cf. Plots / Real Performance See: Club Shows (John Bock) event art / event culture (Fabrikanten) (A. Heller) (Gelatin) rent an artist The concert podium as stage in new music (research: Riethmüller) Oral history performance (Gretchen A. Case) museum function of the theater Performative view of playing: emphasizes what is oscillating and unfocused, the "in-between", the framework curators on performance art: Rob La Frenais, G. Hattinger, E. Jappe, Noel Sheridan, B.Nislony, (...) see also: performers as curators Happenings & Events Dorfbod´n (100 Tage Prozeß Weibern OÖ) art without history cannot be passed on (?) (Mersch) representation cliche Performance with historical references (Chen Chieh-Jen) (Kaori Haba) Performance is never a re-presentation, except of itself (George) event paradigm vulgar performance The boat is full (every creator a name) (Valerian Maly & Klara Schillinger) +Performance as place-less art +Performance as agreement Artist Run Spaces Events trivial performance (Ulrich Frey & N. Klassen) Intelligent Stages (PSi7) (LE) Energetic theater would be outside the realm of representation art theory morphology criticism of the institution discourse curators' debate material debate difference philosophy rhizomatics is a service (see left) gallery made of clothes (Judy Freya Sibayan) OM Theater as a transgressive gesamtkunstwerk (O. Muehl to H. Nitsch) cabaret Performer as illusionist (Holunda – Atelier Juxus) (PSi7) Performing the human historically view of re-presentation idea of the gesamtkunstwerk (R. Schwarzkogler) 1995 First Annual Performance Studies Conference 1995 Performativity and Performance (Ed.: A..Parker & Kosofsky Sedwick) 1996 Vol.1 No.1 Performance Research (Journal) 2001 7th Performance Studies Conference Mainz PSi7 (PSI Performance Studies International) live art The visual spectacle (Jan Fabre) performing art Performance instead of depicting (LE) Performance as counter-concept to "representation" 19 view of representation Service (2) (INFuG, GANG-ART further development of the event) spectacle culture (decentered attention) spectacle theater (LE) Collecting (for an exhibition) as performance (Isidoro Valcárcel Medina) performativity of semantic knowledge structures (Theory: Erika Linz) Performance as sign system Performance as breaking through structures +Performance as configuration of presence Performance as space of tension conflating gesamtkunstwerk (Wolf Vostell) See also category 10 after M.-L. Lange: Performance as synaesthetic montage Synaesthetics (Art Clay) ritual display of objects (BN) view of the exhibition street art the performative as the "weak point" of representation (Fluxus, George Brecht, INFuG, Gangart, Larry Miller, B.B.B.Johannes Deimling, Esther Ferrer, Die Fabrikanten, Stadtwerkstatt) experience world art events cabaret, entertainment Performance cultures of the Middle Ages (FL) The culture of the Middle Ages can be understood as being genuinely performative spectacular performances (Chris Burden) 20 view of collecting view of presentation view of depicting view of reproduction (more important for the theater field) cf. communication view greed for life Performance as installative collecting (s.l.) The presentation character outweighs the artifact character (FL) (cf. exhibition practice of Udo Wid) several days of excavation work (Ion Grigorescu) transforming a museum into a house of God (GAAG) emotions of the mass Every form of street action Street theater (Osamu Kuroda), street music, cabaret (Jürgen Olbrich, Jürgen Kierspel, Wolfgang Hainke, Manfred Vänci Stirnemann, Thoroughly Pseudo, Fricker, Boris Nieslony, Ruedi Schill & Monika Günther, Jacques van Poppel, Ulun Michael Steinke) view of collecting custodian view (basis for historians' research) flight show (Stadtwerkstatt) cf. Futurists Performance as permanent collection (Nikolaus Lang) Transition of theater to an event (LE) fundamental materialism (R. Krauss) (LE) Theater, that tends to become a mute gesture – on the exhibition of processes Attempts to "exhibit" performance: Relicts + Sediments (OK Linz 12/1993) +Performance as gesamtkunstwerk? staged events Prodigious Performance (PSi7) (wonderful, violent, ...) cf. archeology with M. Foucault (the Archeological Archivist) pyrotechnic performances (Jens Nielsen, Roman Signer) Museum and exhibition productions – a phenomenon of performative cultural presentation (study by: Prof. Gaehtgens) (comp. studies by Eva Sturm) (cf. starting schema for this poster group: On the Art of the Exhibition) Varieté nerves: people want distraction / "number principle" Collecting as cultural memory Freakshow Performance is anti-museal shift from work to event (DADA, Futurism) Performance as show (performance is the heart of the show) burning lens made of ice (Paul Kos) (LE) The principle of the exhibition seizes linguistic material, in addition to body, gesture, voice (LE) Sculptures: Theater is here in greatest proximity to fine arts Performance collection as travelling depot Perceived as fetish (as part of the collection) (Skip Arnold) Material theater (Stadtwerkstatt) (Renee Kolla) event (fuck head) Varieté / Vaudeville (Oogiri) (Rakugo = Storytelling) the artist as scientist (Udo Wid) self-exhibition (Timm Ulrichs) B.M. is an event Multimedia Shows (Rosa Galindo, Pedro Garhel) (Peter Weibel) Material performances (Roman Signer) (Ralf Vormbusch) short-lived sculptures use of explosive material (Marcos Kurtyz, Signer, Drill Hall, Guy Pro-Diaz, John Latham, Ivor Davies) tree explosion, simulated dog explosion & explosions at flight show (Stadtwerkstatt) no events (Roman Signer) style characteristics of mannerist traditions (tendency to extremes ...) Archives on Odyssey (minus delta t) Beyond performance (Kunstf. Bd. 100) Visual works by (former) performers (Tom Puckey, Dirk Larsen, Floor van Keulen, Peter Baren, Urs Lüthi, Gina Pane, Sef Peeters, James Lee Byars, Marina Abramovic, Albert van der Weide) Literature: Philippe Dubois / Der fotografische Akt !! Herbert Blau / performative aspects of photography M. Köhler / Das konstruierte Bild – zur Fotographie und Performance (book) Nigel Rolfe / Sculptures in Motion (cat.) Johannes Lothar Schröder / Identität, Überschreitung, Verwandlung: Happenings, Aktionen und Performances von bildenden Künstlern Kunstforum Bd. 152 Kunst ohne Werk – Die Transformation der Kunst vom Werkhaften zum Performativen Paolo Bianchi (Ed.) T. Warr, A. Jones / The artist´s body ! D. Ronte, H. Schober / Von der Performance zur Malerei Out of actions (catalogue) – Zwischen Performance und Objekt Philippe Dubois / Der fotografische Akt Peter Simhandl / Bildertheater (book) Clemente Padin / Non-Object Poetry: Action Art Robin Deacon / (PSi7) Hard Water and other Objects Visual Representation (PSi7) / Nic Leonhardt, B. Brandl-Risi, P.W. Marx, Vera Apfelthaler jeopardy Group material & effect (BKH Gutmann) performers with their own museums (Jacques & Catherine Pineau) the artist as exhibition object (Skip Arnold) (Oleg Kulik) (Allan Kaprow, Jonathan Meese, John Bock) Clubs and meetings as ephemeral installations Collecting as a kind of long-term performance (J. Olbrich) topicalizing exhibition openings (Eva & Adele) Performance as billboard newspaper (s.l.) Turn from work to event (PB) The event takes the place of the art work (FL) Performative event field (GANG ART) art of the event interpreting material findings as a labyrinth (Marie Teresa Hincapie) artist as gardener the garden as site of the action (Teresa Murak) growing seeds, cress dress (Montri Teomsombat) rice dress (Joseph Beuys) 7000 oaks fluxus (2) stage shows (Laurie Anderson (P. Hobermann), Jon Rose, Robert Ashley, Diamanda Galas – Blue Man Group) natural disaster as performance/event "the highest form of a possible experience“ (Walter de Maria) cf. (R. Signer) Performance installation (Mike A. Hentz) Installative instrument to demarcate space (Simon Beer) (Stefan Enderich) the exhibited archive (B. Nieslony, Jürgen O. Olbrich) "The Perfect Smile“ or performance as collection object (James Lee Byars) chemical material (Tomás Ruller) performativities of energetic matter (Kinetographien) rummaging in material (Servie Jannsen) portrait made of skin and bones (Orlan) work aesthetic as outmoded concept is superseded by the aesthetic of the performative (FL) +Performance as event Performance as staged event Performance as staging (cf. Events) Environmental Theater (as Schechner called the "surrealistic street" of an exhibition (LE) Performance as demonstration of accomplishment (s.l.) view of materiality is shifted into focus (FL) (LE) develop installation concept from action concept Archive (see also: Schwarze Lade) Video archive about P. (Ryszard Piegza) sifting (Volker Anding, Laib) Post Performancism view of traces 19 material view / olfactory view (smell) (LE) The aesthetic object works as a trigger, catalyst and framework for a process (for the viewer) Behavior Tableaux - body language (80 static poses: Scott Burton) cf. performance as accomplishment Costume performances costume show (cf. A. Heller) (Pat Oleszko, Vincent Trasov, Paul Cotton, Claude Wampler) (Mo Diener) (Cees Krijnen) (Myriam Laplante) InstallAction important performance archive (Le Lieu) storage and mobilization of memory content following affects (cf. NLP) chain reactions (Fischli & Weiss) (R. Signer) performance as installation (see left.) Botanic Ballet (Andre Bartenev) Animate and inanimate sculpture (Jannis Kounellis) Frozen performance (Jannis Kounellis, Luigi Ontani) Theater is also an art of sculpture (SE) plundering rummaging from the depot Theater as event sculptural culture of the body social static (Spencer Tunick) performance as curiosity cabinet theater miniatures (John Bock) material experiments (Richard Alpert) Interactive costumes (Lori Weidenhammer) Animotion – performative spatial installation (Stefanie Wilhelm) (Le Lieu,Simon Beer, Angie Hiesl, Fritz Rahmann) performativity of forms of materialization (Proj.: Kinetographien) field researcher (Lili Fischer) see: prostheses, hinges, models sculptural ritual (Lorna Stewart) (2) primary demonstrations stockings (Margit Leisner) imitating antique sculptures (Franticek Klossner) Performance as "total" installation (see left) olfactory stimulations (Fluxus) scenes (Vanessa Beecroft) public sculpture installative situation (Alastair MacLennan) (Christine Biehler – Jürgen Fritz) expanded installation concept (Simon Beer) (A. Birchler & T. Hubbard) action with body objects (Made In Eric) arm/head extensions: (Rebecca Horn) One Minute Sculptures (Erwin Wurm / Bd.145) (Franz West, ...) Extensive arrangement taking up space, including everything. economy of material shattered performance (Janusz Baldyga) performance as total picture (Fake shop – performance installation) performance as material collection (s.l.) hammer blows "nature study (Paul Gernes) sculptural arrangement (S. Berchthold, I. Keiner) image theories morphology pictural turn (discourse) +Performance as demonstration of accomplishment Performance as (repeatable) show being a still life taken from everyday life performative aspects of object art Performance art = art without object (Seamus Malone) performative aspects of installation art (M. Dion, U. Wid) Earth works (Anna Mendieta) ballasts (Robert Smithson) Bodiescapes (PSi7) action as moving sculpture (Tan Chen) ceremony art (2) celebration art Dirtyblueclothes (Howard Fried) communication sculpture (Hilmar Fredriksen) played installation (Brian Conolly) (Ross Sinclair) body statue (2) "quickly changeable sculptures" (actions by Roaman Signer) Performance as total sculpture conference of plants (Lili Fischer) the body as material => body view chemical experiments (Lukas Berchthold) still life performance (H.G.G.N.) organic material (Andrés Pereiro-Schmidt) latex performance (Viktorine Müller) (Nancy Blanchard) performative sculptures Non-object (Neide Dias de Sa) performance coupled with installation (V. Acconci) (Stefanie Marshall) smell and taste rituals (see: Nitsch) action as work (s.u.) trans-formation /vs/ formation life as a celebration (invitation to the feast) public celebration unconscious effect of sexual fragrances (pheromone) Relics purposeful use of smells (H. Nitsch, Lili Fischer, A. Kosa, ...) burning scent material (Ralf Vormbusch) See also: tableaux vivant moving sculpture (2) work concept performance as relic (s.l.) (see: sediment) fear comes from constraints, anxiety "Still Life" (Johan Lorber/Lorbeer) sculptural installation performance as sculpture performance sculptures (Heinrich Lüber) baroque celebrations/celebration culture: music, jugglers, sculpture, trumpery, fireworks, entertainment ob-jects in existence and dignity The performer in the glass box with no freedom (of action) (Skip Arnold) body becomes a monument in a box (Mourad Cherait) Skip, the act – is the art work (self-exhibition) (Nigel Rolfe) (Th. Werner & J. Wüstenfeld) (Heinrich Lüber) (Li Portenlänger) +Performance as relict +Performance as billboard newspaper +Performance as installative collection +Performance as curiosity cabinet +Performance as "total" installation +Performance as installation 18 view of the artwork happening (3) In a framework at the top of a tree (Th. Werner & J. Wüstenfeld) performance as sediment (s.l.) all existence is also a trace taboo materials (blood, flesh, cot, urine, sometimes animals consecrated utensils, naked bodies) (Brus, H. Nitsch, Monty Cantsin, C. Kolig, C. Langenbach) extreme smells (Micha Brendel) smells that "move" (Robert Jelinek) (PSi7) Performing Fragrance Performance (scent, fragrance) (FL) The performance character outweighs the artifact character the body as object Cf.: living pictures (tableaux vivants) cf.: LKW Kitsch (Liew Kung Yu) performative sculptures body/light sculpture (Atsuko Tanaka) sculpture in motion product view body in large water hose (Pawel Althamer) Space becomes a site of traces (LE) (cf. Relicts and Sediments) From Appearance Thinking to Traces Thinking Picture theater – fine artists of the 20th C. as theater reformers (book: Peter Simhandl) the performer creates a picture – is part of the picture (in the variation: overflowing to total life) cf. agit pop 60s multi-projection show (USCO M. Callahan) productive art working with milk (Ottó Mezzaros) see also: Mimicry of Life minute pictures (Erwin Wurm) comparisons: absent bodies Surrogate Living Sculpture and living art works (Category 05 according to M.-L. Lange) humans as sculptural objects throwing food (Nam June Paik) 2 Performers at great height on chairs on the wall (T.R. Uthco: Doug Hall & Jody Procter) persons over 65 high on the wall (Angie Hiesl) Gunpowder Performance (Cai Guo Qiang) highly semantic spaces theater of pictures (Bob Wilson, Laurie Anderson) manned turn: person integrated in wooden frame: human as component of the sculpture (Köppl / Zacek) A performance is supplied like a commodity. The Black Market actions are still very close to this commodity character (BN) ASA should be more free and floating. painted with blood (Y. Klein, Giuditta Tornetta) (2) Photo Performance living sculptures construction of the desolate (Paul McCarthy) material recycling: rubbish & the desolate Performance with food (Paisan Plienbangchang) subsequently rubbish (Surapol Phanywatchira) cf. intimate performances (FS) human sculptures living sculptures Painting Bodies: Saburo Murakami, Kazuo Shiraga, Shozo Shimamoto, Yves Klein, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Nam June Paik, Paul McCarthy, Ana Mendieta, Shigeko Kubota, Stuart Brisley, Janine Antoni, Rachel Lachowicz, Cheryl Donegan, Keith Boadwee, Schneemann, McCarthy (Penis) C. Kolig (anal) Elsbeth Böninger Arai Shin ichi dance with large rubber bands (Esther Maria Häusler) Body Shape (PSi7) The Shapes of Sensation projections as theatrical productions (color, light, sound, mirror, prisms) (Milton Cohen) work actions / work demonstrations (Franz Erhard Walther) work emerges through use cf. also Udo Wid & E. Wurm dancing graphies (Calligraphies) (Proj.: Kinetographien) staged photography (B.J. Blume & Anna Blume) (Cindy Sherman) (Hannah Frenzel) (Pierre Keller) (G. Brus) (R. Schwarzkogler) Literature: Pia Müller-Tamm & Katharina Sykora (Ed.) Puppen Körper Automaten – Phantasmen der Moderne (book) Ric Allsopp & Scott deLahunta / The Connected Body ? (book) ! RESEARCH – Industrial culture handbook Olaf Arndt & Johannes Kockel (Ed.) / RRM Dieser Wahnsinn muß ein Ende haben - Maschinenperformances 91-92 ars electrocia catalogues prix ars electronica catalogue books Martina Leeker (on extended perform.) Martina Leeker (article) / zur Zwiespältig- keit von performativen Künsten und digitaler Technik Kerstin Evert (on Stelarc) Archeology of the Future (PSi7): J. Birringer, Helen Paris, Leslie Hill, Tomie Hahn, Marina Grzinic, Scott deLahunta, Jörg Sonntag, Yacov Sharir Yvonne Gaudelius & Charles Garoian / (PSi7) Machine/Meat: Abjection, Romanticism and Identity M. Beatriz de Medeiros / (PSi7) Telepresence and Performance Art mounds of earth, earth and sand islands (Darryl Sapien, Gutai) (Hannah Wilke, Pierre Molinier, Tatsumi Orimoto, Jared Bark, Walter Pfeiffer) (Joa Selin & C. Ranzenhofer) (Arnulf Rainer) large images via illuminated windows with residents' participation (Pawel Althamer) (cf. Clickscape by the Stadtwerkstatt) The visual versus the verbal (PSi7) Calligraphy / writing art as performance (Nja Mahdaoui) rolling in material (grass, dirt, ...) (Paul McCarthy) rolling in mud: (Illka Juhani Takalo-Eskola) actionist painting (Gutai => George Matthieu) (Yasuo Sumi) (Shanna Noyes) (Sadama Montanaga) 18 view of the picture (Gilber & George 1969) (Eva & Adele) (Colette) (James Lee Byars) (Thomas Niggl) (Timm Ulrichs 1966 „first living artwork“) (Peter Greenawy: 100 Objects ...) (Richard Long) (Muntean/Rosenblum Steir. Herbst „why die?“) (Egle Rakauskaite: Honigmulde) (Sowa) not an observing stay, but a participating stay action form /vs/ work form (F. E. Walther) Painting and Performance (Bauhaus) (Emilio Morandi) +Performance as sediment +Performance as material collection Performance as counter-concept to "representation" dressed in foil (Lambert Janssen & Urs Küng) woman in foil (Hong O-Bong) wrapped in transparent film (Miriam Steinhauser) capturing a moment as performance – Polaroid (Tache/Magor) Theatralizing painting Performative-temporal character of picture genesis (Phil. Hubert Sowa) (Christian Boltanski) (Fabrice Gygi) (Tetsunori Kawana) slide projections and music (Kjetil Skoien) crashing head against the wall (Ralf Berger) action painting painting actions (Barbara Heinisch: danced pictures) (Joel Hubaut) (Shigeko Kubota, Carolee Schneemann) accidental (jumping cars) (Leo Schatzl) kissing walls – imprints (Ella Tideman) face imprints (Goji Hamada) Polaroid events (a´ battery a“ : Chrigg Perren, Vänci Stirnemann, Fritz Franz Vogel, Victoria Zappata) DressWorks: every "dress" created in conjunction with a performance (Katja Hergenhahn) performative aspects of photography (Herbert Blau) Photo action with small animal figures (Yukio Saegusa) expressive action painting as starting point: (G. Brus, O. Muehl, H. Nitsch, R. Schwarzkogler) Posed performances (Urs Lüthi) image concepts event images (electronically controlled) (Hansjoachim Dietrich) The "happening" movement was essentially carried by painters (Group: Hejettes Szomlyazok) painting battle Nigel Rolfe Jochen Wüstenfeld & Thomas Werner Ingolf Keiner Heinrich Lüber Ken Unsworth K. Rinke traces – foot stamps (Günter Saree) painter as actor see also: gestures gestural painting (Michael Burges) see: gesturing bodies FormAnce (2) performers wear black costumes – like figures from traffic signs (Yvette Helin) performer acts in a picture (Miranda Payne) (B. Nieslony) PerFORMance (Parzival (Pörsch)) painting as crucified woman (Natascha Fiala) pictures drawn/ painted with the body (Carolee Schneemann) see: Painting Bodies Surrealistic a.p. (ecriture) (Pollock, COBRA, Situationists, Lettrists, Manzoni, Klein, Spur, Egon Schrick, Barabara Heinisch) pictures brought into life (Gérald Personnier) Performance: striving for a common image (B.M.) The "presentation" of pictures while opening and closing medieval codices (PSi7 W.C. Schneider) Live art (Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Al Hansen) shadow plays (Jim Melchert) (Gelatin) (Anet van de Elzen) body between foils "under pressure" (Hanna Frenzel) performance as image-generating action (s.l.) highly semantic acts (cf. highly semantic spaces) active "work" with art objects – attracts sculptures in its wake (Jerzy Beres) process of a sculptural development (Janusz Baldyga) Object theater also opens up new theater models between installation, kinetic object art and landscape art (LE) artist as engineer and behavior scientist (time´s up, Tim Boykett, Udo Wid) Mechanics of stimulation - stimulation dispenser (C. Kolig) kinetic sculpture (2) large projections of objects (playing with the objects on a turn table) (Diane Landry) (Eve Bhend & Jörg Köppl, Gordon Monahan) Sculptures appear like forms of action (Joa Iselin & C. Ranzenhofer) dolls as forgotten people, family machine, execution machine (Kantor) sculpturally tied bodies (Maria Pohland) cf. Tableau Vivant: imitating 18th C. paintings body exhibited next to other artifacts (James Luna) performance as living pictures +Performance as work +Performance as sculpture +Performance as image-generating action projection performance with several overhead projectors (S.A.C. modeller´s club: Mark-Steffen Bremer, Anna Weber, Petra Kowalenko, Ulrich Wegenast, Stephen Thomas) In interaction with stills (Gelatin) iconoclasm – destruction of pictures as performance (Humer - porno-hunter) Living paintings (Stephen Taylor Woodrow – hanging on the wall) entanglement with hoses (A. Schubert & Dieter Pütz) "Performance" of software and processors photos of executed people: ... revealing another image layer behind these images (Chen Chieh-Jen) tennis ball machine tosses glowing balls (Valentin Torrens) Techno-hybrid Performances (Monika Fleischmann) prelinguistic picture dependency clay pigeon tossing machine tosses glowing clay pigeons (Stadtwerkstatt – G. Lindorfer) appearance of geometrical, machinic structuralism of postmodern dance (Cunningham) digital environments technically infiltrated bodies extending the self in the machine unleashing identity unleashing the body through unmediated connection to the machine transitional objects: when the subject tends to become thing causality machine (Sandor Doro – Sándor Dóró) (2) robot performances performance as picture set in motion (Judith Haman) what is the picture after the action (Kjetil Skoien) The picture behind the picture (in front of the picture) (Boris Nieslony) pictorially oriented actions Diverse ars electronica projects (knowbotic research – simulation space) see: machine view, TV view, acoustic view, etc. Extended bodies extendable bodies Prosthetic bodies extended performances Bio-mechanics Mechanical Dances Dancing automatons Mechanical ballets Bio-mechanical exercises machine performances (Julian Knowles) artist in robot-like appearance (M. li Antúnez Roca) robot theater Machine and body (The Shadow Machine: Peter Courtemanche, Ken Gregory, Carol Sawyer, Alvin Erasga Tolentino) (Artaud): automated personnel (people as though controlled with invisible wires) Performance of the steel works facilities (driving through with the works train) Theater of objects, entirely without human actors, theater with technical devices and machines (SRL) (LE) object theater („Wall Street Performance“ / Momoyo Torimitsu) (Stelarc) the (linguistic) image wants action (BN) Unnatural bodies (Jim Whiting) dancing machines interactive video performance (Christin Lucas) see: Material "machine": prostheses, hinges, models time-controlled household appliances (Dick Higgins) (Stelarc = Stelios Arcadiou) Archeology of the Future: Intelligent Stages, Neural Systems (PSi7) telematic sculptures / Live TV with telepresence – remote controlled over 1000 km (Stadtwerkstadt) digital performance machine theater (time´s up/Just Merrit) (Chip Flynn, Liz Young) (Jim Whiting) Performing Internet (PSi7) Re-assembling a B-Car as Performance (Chris Burden) machine sculptures mechanical sculpture implications for performance of the emerging world of cybertechnology cf.: prix ars electronica Interactive art turning bodies into machines (Futurists) Tele-Existence (Stelarc) robot community in human-free zone (Chico MacMurtrie) On the use of the performative in digital environments electronic performance (Space violins: Jon Rose) performance of machines media and techno-body music machines / sound machines (time´s up, Joe Jones, Scot Jenerik) (Matt Heckert) (The Users: Symphonies for Dot Matrix Printers) cf. also body view – physical view (of achievement) robotics AI research / AI discourse connectionism cyberdiscourse / cybertheory net discourse technoscience and cyberculture computer performances Cybersex Performances machine sculptures sound performance with construction machines from a large building site (Stadtwerkstatt) accident / techn. catastrophe as performance (Jean Tinguely) Happening with self-destructing machines (Jean Tinguely) tools with a life of their own (see also: tool view) EEG-Experiments (Bruce Gilchrist, Udo Wid, Horst Prehn) Tactile satisfaction and torture devices (C. Kolig) bio feedback mechanisms (spin sphere – time´s up Just Merrit) fighting machines (Leo Schatzl, Franz Xaver, SRL Survival research laboratories (Mark Pauline, Bram Renstorm), Peter Zegveld, Mark Heckert, Eric Werner) self-experiments with machines (Bruce Gilchrist) boundaries of the human body (Just Merrit) scurrilous machines of love and death (Kantor) cf. "fake" amputation robot (fictive: John Fare) achievement view view of objects Performance as machine theater (Bruce Gilchrist u. Jonathan Bradley / Stelarc) file cabinet machine theater / machine performance (Intercourse – Istvan Kantor) controlled torture scenes machinized sculptures (Proj. Kinetographien) Cindarella in a Dragster (Suzanne Lacy) machine: stream of fire/stream of water (Erik Hobijn) (curator: G. Hattinger) 17 machine view driving around with window-cleaning equipment (Christoph Rütimann) ritual machines (Rebecca Horn) finger-fan performance (Linda Christanell) 17 body extensions

3 view of laughter culture
celebration art (2) laughter reveals hidden fundamental fears comic turn, carnival of mimicry (Homi Bhabha) 17 carnival view puppet theater as performances (Rirkrit Tiravanija) play theory language game approach (Wittgenstein) postmodern views anthropology (of laughter) most physical art of laughing: the joke logic of joy carnival as testing bed for new cultural and social structures see also: identity view game moves with tremendous performativity (Lit.: Lyotard) role plays (s.l.) games (3) 17 playful view view of playing Performance as play playing with identity Concept of carnivalization (Lit.: Mikhail Bakhtin / Bachtin) view of laughter culture Intensive play (flow) Deep play free play (see: Improvisation) free play with materials, objects, body movements, action locations (see: release view) playing and humor see also: Fluxus (G. Brecht) body language jokes silliness exuberance Laughter becomes chaotic in carnival carnival – the place for working out laughter community irony and humor (Bartolomé Ferrando, Rainer Aring) (Marlene Madison Plimley) ritual clowns (Pueblo Indians) annulment of hierarchical relationship (of noncarnival life) ironic commentaries (Charly Banana: Ralf Johannes) playfulness and fun culture playfully devoted to chaos (Gelatin) The human being becomes human in playing Meta-communication (Bateson) Psychological frame (Ralf Samens, Ben + Sam, Ross Sinclair, Udo Idelberger) performance is playing gloating time of impossible connections practical joke (2) view of nonsense clumsy performer (John Bock, Peter Land, C. Schlingensief) carnival – the place for working out (cf. view of destruction) experimental games (Situationists) child's view (PSi7) exposure human weaknesses (Smelly) jester's body with mimicking gestures, pointing, masquerades game rules (of art) musical score as game rules (s.l.) playing as the essence of culture culture as a game (Lit. Huizinga) (Sowa) reality as practical execution of life (actus) DADA (2) materially unproductive, rule-based, ,... cathartic games (see below.) gaining influence over attitudes and interpersonal relationships (Tadeusz Pawlowski) play drive playing with frameworks (cf. context view) (Schlingensief) playful insight playing as a joint praxis of suspension effectivity/rituals /vs/ entertainment/theater (R. Schechner) purification (cleansing) liberation respectless sense of humor (Kurt Fulton) games of fate Literature: Spielregeln der Kunst (series) Eric Berne / Games People Play Roger Caillois / Man, Play, and Games Johan Huizinga / Homo Ludens (book) Vom Ursprung der Kultur im Spiel V. Flusser (homo ludens) various articles Victor Turner / Vom Ritual Theater. Der Ernst des menschlichen Spiels !! Gregory Bateson / A Theory of Play and Phantasy (Essay) !! Important concepts to performance theory Erving Goffman op.cit. Mikhail Bakhtin (concepts of carnival and dialogism) -> Julia Kristeva Hans-Georg Gadamer / Die Aktualität des Schönen. Kunst als Spiel, Symbol u. Fest TOYS´N´NOISE (catalogue OK) Bachtin J. Piaget , L. Wittgenstein, F. Schiller Andreas Nebelung Barchorski u. Röcke (research project) / Dramaturgie von Witz und Witzkultur in Spätmittelalter u. früher Neuzeit Gebauer (research) / Die Aufführung der Gesellschaft in Spielen Gebauer, Wulf / Spiel – Ritual – Geste Vom Ernst des Spiels (book) carnival of thinking (ridicule of other directions of thinking) more game than battle (Performing Resistance) liberation from religious and sexual taboos use of toys (Sigalit Landau, B. Nieslony) genuine /vs/ play (in comparison to theater) in relation to the performer's use of the body in relation to the role of the "viewer" catharsis as artistic effect bets and gambling (Stadtwerkstatt) fun objects (Jim Pomeroy) (see also sports view) desire for presence, physicality, sensuousness, material experience (Bernd Schulz) reminder of what is held in common (among people) collective consciousness (Jean Dupuy) Hula Hop show (essence of body art) (Oliver Kochta & Frank Lüsing) play of locations (see above.) playful action, pure play of the hands (Verena Schwab) Performance as observation Performance as spiritual exercise logic of joy pleasurable play cf. knowledge as passion sex education (AIDS) (Hortensia Ramirez R.) the mental network (BN) the network of intentions modified (card) games (Robert Filliou) Performativity of netgames electronic game environments (Miltos Manetas) bumper cars with game environment and modified slot machines (Stadtwerkstatt) therapy function outdated concept of effect aesthetics superseded by the aesthetics of the performative event society and game culture Theater-anthropological thesis: Bipolarity is not found between ritual and theater, but rather between the parameters of effectivity (in ritual) and entertainment (in art) (LE) "Shaken" by: enthusiasm, insight, fascination, shock, excitement, confusion (LE) science on and for people (B. Nieslony) Bingo (Jahn Mauritz Löcke) Rolling art – glass balls (Stadtwerkstatt) disruption, shock as consequence (Kees Mol) experimental self-experiments exposure shame embarrassment (Peter Land) (BN) chagrin temporary panic, dizziness (Lit.: R. Caillois) vertigo (Milica Tomic & Róza El-Hassan) constrained thinking: negative feelings like anger, fear and mourning, also revulsion and shame have a specifically divisive, distancing effect on cognition thus connotated table football championship (Raoul Marek) computer game rules (Markus Hensler) computer games (Paul Demarinis) Moments of "panic and destruction", where consciousness threatens to collapse (Export on G. Brus) act/effect realized in being dealt with (H. Sowa) The allotropic = the purest thought of alchemy; does a process of insight need 20 years or can an event create it in a second constraining thinking processes (sabotage – Robert Jelinek) participative research (performative) vs. observational "standpoint" cheering entrancing enticing political, social consequences (see political view) unmediated sensation of unbearableness (through directly conveying a physical stress situation) (FS) agitation, impotence as consequence artist as (participative) behavior scientist (U. Wid, A. Fraser, Gina Pane) touched, moved soiled senses up-set (BN) querying disquieting perturbing frightening key experiences entertaining every insight is only possible through action / knowledge is a matter of doing (Grotowski) emotions mourning (Hans-Jörg Marti) The 8 rasas (non-commonplace emotional states), that the audience experiences through the art of the performer (W. Pfaff) B.M.: ... certain states of knowledge cannot be held down inner thunderbolt (Zen) (Nam June Paik) put into a trance mental chagrin (B.M.) (theatrical) research work: knowledge about oneself ... commonplace ironicizing studies about ballistics and others (Dr. Math.) (Irma Optimist (Luchta)) artistically autonomous research work (Hayley Newman) outrage legal prosecution as consequence (G. Brus, P. Weibel) Performance as "spiritual exercise (Lit.: W. Welsch) practice exercise insight illumination comfort Performance aims to provoke dismay, fear, anger, desire, anxiety, hate (Li.: J.-F. Lyotard) Understanding a situation means ... actively grasping it (Sowa) real-physical investigations (Attila Kosa) Vivisection (intervention in live animal ...) (B. Nieslony) total irritation (Schlingensief) In the arrangement of "MA", the in-between space, this nothingness, B.M. is a kind of mental chagrin. reference system of terms action research Performance and the idea of expanded writing (Ric Allsopp) Performance and writing curiosity interest system interest logical mental pleasure +Performance as originary human language +Performance as language Performance as narrative insight as consequence censorship as consequence (Karen Finley) (Ron Athey – NEA USA) daydreams cf. service view art without work, but with effect (PB) 16 effect (consequence) view deconstructivist essence of performance (cf. Hakan Gürses) evolutionary research program (ALMA) police stop performance (Isa Perkasa) showing and communicating (with Wittgenstein) Sites of performative learning: laboratory, workshop, ... trial action trial thinking (analogous to trial action) B. Nieslony: shows languages of the body, the physique, the gestures, the images, the actions Beginning in the mid-80s, language again becomes more important in performances (often in social and political context) performativity of reading The (photographic) picture becomes performative in the act of viewing the body's performative forms of insight consequences for the field of art (game rules of art) cf: revolutionary approaches consequences of performances Why performances ? the function of performance within a culture (Lit.: M. Carlson) function/meaning of performance cf. theater view cf. service view cf. political view see: lectures 19years exhibition ban (Zorka Saglova) increased attention energizing and (de)motivating effect of affect on cognition performance as analytical session (see below) own way of speaking and living (KUSCH) Performance as conscious dream (see below) (Terry Fox) sharpening perception by falsifying the result (curse: Rudolf Heimo Eber, Joke Lanz) performance as observation Text Performances (Chumpon Apisuk) (Waldtraut Winkler) (Dominique Tronchet) Learning foreign languages as "art praxis" (R. Ganahl) Perception as performative act ! cultural development (see below) tensed interdisciplinary actions mind shift-ing experiments Language Happenings (Emmet Williams) Performance as construction of meaning (in actu and in situ) (Reindeer Work, Boris Nieslony, INFuG, Markus Schwaighofer, Jean Odermatt, George Steinmann, Lili Fischer) a theory of language, is part of a theory of action (Searle) open thinking (positive feelings, pleasurable relaxation) Performance art emerged from the analysis of forms of representation (Ray Langenbach) The ideas that are in performance are functions (interfunctions) the body is the focal point of investigations (Abramovic/Ulay) performance artist as perception theorist (David Thomas) Performed Text (Secession) (Josef Bauer, Valie Export: finger poems) actionist reflection on the social status of the painter (Jean Le Gac) monologues (David Cale) speech theory Spoken word performance (Kristin Lucas) cf. ethical view (B. Nieslony) Performance /vs/ Competence Visual versus Verbal (PSi7) performativity of thinking (public collective thinking) "language planes" instead of dialogues (LE) performative verbs Insight comes from suffering; disturbance first forces the system into a new way of functioning emotionalization of thinking interdisciplinary approaches in performance see: interdisciplinarity view thinking as communicative performance (dialogization; productive debate) Language as performance (Austin, Searle) strong lecture culture in: Hungary, Czech Republic, Croatia reading performances (Kathy Acker) Performativity of Language doubt Fairy Tale: Performance as rightful speaking (Grimm's Fairy Tales: Joan Jonas) Thinking is deed, leap, dance ... (Foucault with Deleuze with Nietzsche ...) 16 epistemological view +Performance as formational field of experiment Performance as life-art-work (2) performative tendency of all creative writing performative utterance Speech act as event analytical chilly rationality studies (Helmut Schober, Scott Burton) laboratory situation of knowledge formation (UlunMichael Steinke) artificial disclosure (FS) There is no performance without Preformance (John MacAloon) see: communication view performance as language (Ric Allsopp) art as knowledge system (Kunstforum: Jean Odermatt "LKW Gotthard") (George Steinmann) analytical philosophy epistemology cognition sciences cognition theories artistic research constructivism resemblance theory Literature: Zur Wirkungssicht: cf. article by Marie-Luise Lange Jill Dolan / The Dynamics of Desire: Sexuality and Gender in Pornography and Performance (article) Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Roger Caillois Hanne Seitz (Ed.) Schreiben auf Wasser Robert P. Crease / The Play of Nature - Experimantation as Performance P. Bianchi / Kunst ohne Werk – aber mit Wirkung (article Kunstf. Bd. 152) H.G. Furth / Wissen als Leidenschaft Thomas Kellein / Fröhliche Wissenschaft Helen Freshwater / (PSi7) Contagion, Containment, and Censorship (article) child's language ritualized speaking (Heinrich Lüber) Language Performances (Stefan Güpping) PreFormance see also: Narratively structured performance (Category 12 according to M.-L. Lange) acts of meaning production / meaning is acting/doing Experimental actions (Category 06 according to M.-L. Lange) cf. context view stammering – prelinguistic utterance Memo-theatrical dimensions of texts / strategies for visualizing literature (cf. ILIAS – E. Kosa) lived mental art work (PB) performative understanding (Sowa) Slam Poetry Performances on: language and its relationship to voice (Amanda Stewart) performance as "theory event“ see: lecture performance Thinking through Performance (PSi7-article: Dwight Conquergood) rhythmizing language (Toni Davidson) Performance: Restored behavior Walking and Thinking Thinking is Walking Walking as cultural act border-crossers (Kunstf.Bd.136) Performance as a praxis of articulating identity Performance as memory work Exposing the physique of the voice in screaming, groaning, animal sounds (LE) Diva of spoken words (Jill Battson) The "Internationale“ in 10 min tact (Susan Philipsz) The "Internationale“ with TV set on pedestal (Wang Mai) Happenings as quiet research understanding as form of action (Sowa) anonymity (Guerilla Girls) ArtPirate (PSY = Michael Mierse) shown By: pseudo through and through (M.V. Stirnemann u. Gido Dietrich) Form ance radical poetry (Ruedi Schill, Erich Jandl) thinking in movement (Peripatetics, INFuG, ARGE Kulturtheorie, Stefan Szczelkun) singing sculpture (Gilbert & George) performers in animal costumes (penguin, polar bear: Gelatine) Exposition voives: Vito Acconci, Judith Barry, Genevieve Cadieux, Janez Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Garry Hill, Jochen Gerz, Pierre Huyghe, Kristin Oppenheim, Moniek Toebosch poetic text as starting situation (Charles Dreyfus) Physique of the voice in straining, wheezing, rhythm, archaic sounds and screams (LE) speech act performance as research laboratory performance as self-creation Dolls, stuffed animals as (co-)players (Boris Nieslony) (Paul McCarthy) (Natalie Eberle) (Jürgen Raap) (Gelatin) (Wladislaw Kazierczak) (Werner Herterich) Diagrams (thoughts, feelings) (John White) art as investigation (Chris Burden) Performance is quality (Disc.) Performance with language: (Joan La Barbara, Ferrando Bartolome, Dick Higgins, Massimo Mori, Brian Catling, Emmett Williams, Fritz Schwegler) Is performance a language? (Vienna Group) Lecture as Research Performance (Marietheres Finkeldei) emotions with regard to what is strange The strange as monster (see below) identity through work (Arai Shin ichi) (Sabine Sonnenstein) Destruction of tradition and memory for the benefit of the identity of the now (Myung-Hee Seon) literate performance poetry in action Experimentation as Performance (Udo Wid) Quality voice performance (Jana Haimson) 15 linguistic view Action Poetry (Lori Weidenhammer) extreme self-presentation (Kiev Stingl) humans as players – playing the role of themselves (H. Plessner) singing performance (see above) Word on the street-performances & Tele-poetics-performances (Andrea Thompson) Self-Performance-Art (PB) speaking, singing, screaming (Jilia Heyward, Shelley Hirsch) (Michael Schmid – screaming naked) (Kim Tomczak) Performance of thinking (Hermann Bohmert) Performativity as establishing identity as a process of repeated citations Exhibitionism (not accepted in a performance: A´battery A“) The performance artist's gesture of self-presentation (LE) performance with language(s) (Loidl) (Charles Dreyfus) gender transformation suits (Lygia Clark) view of the voice speech or body knowledge (cf. Eva Sturm) anonymous performance (Charles Kaltenbacher) (Ria Pacquée) (Emil Gropoz) Living in a bag Called „I“ (Ryota Shimizu) literary performance (Giovanni Fontana, Joel Hubaut, John Giorno, Bernard Heidsieck, Fernando Aguiar, Pierre-André Arcand,, Michel Giroud) performance artists as poet, storyteller, preacher, rapper, ... poesie d´action personal fears and obsessions performativity of thinking (public thinking) +Performance as attention +Performance as aesthetic category Performance as aesthetics of existence attempts to establish new concepts of art physical voice examination (Natalie Eberle) cf. "linguistic turn“ explore alternate selves (Eleanor Antin) speech performance (Gundi Feyrer) Staging Cultural Identity (PSi7) self-referentiality of the performance (FS) rap meets poetry (cf. Marvin Carlson) return of the text Tele-narrative (Adriana Zamboni) self-exploratory performance fighting for the right to be different (Amalia Perjovschi) Presentation character has outweighed artifact character since the 60s (FL) author = work language as soundscape music of multiple languages (Erich Jandl => Andrea Saemann) (Norbert Klassen) invisibility of the author Performance Poetry Show (Flati - Stadtwerkstatt) autobiographical performance (Rachel Rosenthal, Spalding Gray, Julia Haywards, Laurie Anderson) logic of different identities Bruit-TTV (Louis Oueller, Fabrice Montal, Robert Faguy, Jocelyn Robert) Story telling techniques memorial culture tied to the body (cf. NLP) living artwork (Orlan) literature performance identity transfer (Valie Export) (Al Hansen) (Laurie Anderson) (Andrea Saemann) (Alexis Smith) (Jean-Yves Frechette, Jan Swidzinski, Hanna Barbara, Adriana Zamboni) story telling (2) work on the self (Eleanor Antin) actors as theme and main figure (LE) Multilingualism (PSi7) spoken words performance hovering attention (cf. trance) (LE) most radical form of self-transformation: public suicide negotiating identities in use virtual suicide (mirror) (Cuco Suarez) (2) expanded performance poetic structures the voice comes directly from the soul (see also: poetic theatre) Before there was writing, before there was theatre, there were surely performances abidance (Heidegger) exhibition of the self Solo-Performance (Gabriele Oßwald & Wolfgang Sautermeister) (Steve MacCaffery, Enno Stahl, Gilles Ateeu, Yves Boisvert, Stan Lafleur, Jean-Pierre Verheggen) rhetoric school of attention Ultimate performance with oneself: (Bas Jan Ader, Serge III (Serge Oldenbourg *1), Tibor Hajas, Petr Stembera) *1 Russian Roulette Poland: almost like story-tellers, but always relating to real life losing (Mexican) identity (Maricruz Penaloza) attention as raw material (1) the general essence of performance mirror (Iole de Freitas, Joan Jonas, Dan Graham) personality creative tension between repetition and innovation nostalgia voice (as emotionally controlled component of communication) emotional power of expression (cf. "southern" cultures) linguistic performance Literature: Eva Kosa / Ilias (masters thesis) ! Doro Franck (article) / in: Relikte & Sedimente Eva Sturm / Im Engpaß der Worte J. Lacan John L. Austin / How To Do Things wih words John R. Searle / Speech Acts: An Essay in the Philosophy of Language J. Butler Herbert Paul Grice, Strawson Eli Rozik / Categorization of Speech Acts in Play and Performance Analysis L. Wittgenstein (language game theory) Pierre Bourdieu / Was heißt sprechen? Die Ökonomie des sprachl. Tausches !!! V. Flusser Mikhail Bakhtin / Speech Genres ... J. Kristeva J. Derrida !!! Shoshana Felman / Don Juan avec Austin Richard Baumann / Story, Performance, and Event: Contextual Studies in Oral Narrative Marvin Carlson / Performance; chapter The performance of language Noam Chomsky (competence /vs/ performance) Disguise as performance (Orlan) (Yasumasa Morimura) Publicly sympathizing in disguise (Ria Pacquée) cf. also: masks (Roddy Hunter) ultimate performance Transgender (Siverding) self-image collective authorship disintegration and new identity (initiation) (Rakugo = storytelling) intensifying participation (after Sloterdijk) authenticity presence Performance as demonstration Performance as political phenomenon Performance as political strategy Performance as praxis of destabilization Performance as subversion Performance as communication guerilla see above self-attention the body as building experiments with sound characteristics of sound creation sound poems (Carles Santos, Henri Chopin et al.) (Meredith Monk) An utterance is performative, if it simultaneously realizes what it designates A performance "speaks" more directly than a presentation cf. Pure Performance Theater (Perf.) as genuine experience of existence (A. Artaud) rebirth of life Transvestite (Urs Lüthi, Jürgen Klauke) Performing Authenticity (PSi7) practical situative attention /vs/ contemplative aesthetic attention portrait performances (Irene Andessner) (Giorgio Ciam) observation as performance (Robert Filliou) artist image (Susan Mogul) self-transformation (cf. self-mutilation) Performance as ritual of transition in a crisis situation (PSi7: Transition) speech acts as actions Performance: concrete use of language dandy as model The oral apostles (Ralf Filges (Ralf Fölling)) performative speech act (... imbedded in ritual situations, etc.) (Jeans Group: Holger Dreissig) camp performance lesbian camp performance (Helena Goldwater) gay camp performance (life as theater) Theater of the Ridiculous cross-dressing (role playing) (G.J. Lischka) I am an artwork Oral tradition in Romance countries Oral cultures are exemplary performative cultures (FL) aesthetics of the living aesthetics of existence (M. Foucault) artist identity (Büro Haake-Brandt) authentic introverted autistic (BN) pragmatic aesthetics stressing the body contemplation /vs/ ecstasy cross-culture Performance without the performer not appearing and not conducting either (Rose Finn-Kelcey) the conference as speech laboratory invented identities (Lynn Hershman) screams (Siglinde Kallnbach) performing artists view Performance: concrete realization of the linguistic utterance (... voice, breath, gesture, mouth, ear, eye) ... what is personal, physical in every act of speaking (cf. also habitus) Oral traditions (see study: Eva u. Attila Kosa) aesthetics of the moment (cf. ZEN) Cross-dressed performance Conference or sermon as form of performance (Lili Fischer) sing-song (Lili Fischer) see: Identity theater as oral institution aesthetics of presence (cf. ZEN) drag performances identity game with B. Bardot (Lena Eriksson) ... Existence has always already been tuned (Heidegger) surrendering identity in every performance (Nieslony) 14 view of the artist ersatz performer (Rose Finn-Kelcey) 15 view of orality see: Attitudes (techniques of aestheticization) transformation as aesthetic category (FL) see above physical changes (Eleanor Antin) performative constitution of gender identity (Annette Messager) sound poetry (Larry Wendt, Serge Pey, J.-A. Deelder, Julian Blaine, Jaap Blonk, Jean-Francois Bory, Jacqueline Cahen, Diane-Jocelyne Cote, Jean Dupuy, Paul Dutton, Cyrille Fontaine, Giovanni Fontana, Bernard Heidsieck, Joel Hubaut, Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux, Jean Jacques Lebel, Alberto Masala, Joseph MacKenzie, Martha & Jenny, Angéline Neveu, Tibor Papp, Michael Rice, Valeri Scherstjanoi, Cesar Figueiredo, Enzo Minarelli) performative theories ethnology analytical philosophy linguistic philosophy rhetoric language studies / linguistics structuralism speech act theory (Austin, Searle) pragmatics/interactions and conversation analysis socio-linguistics linguistic performance theory literature studies literature discourse linguistic turn (discourse) border situations (green line walk – Die Fabrikanten) Great Wall Walk (ULAY) +Performance as whereabouts +Performance as life Performance as life-art-work Performance as celebration Performance as "translation" (PSi7) resource of attention art as a quick trick existence-philosophical topicalization of situation (Jaspers, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty) Performance as valuative achievement, as configuring presence to action (BN) emotions relating to the unfamiliar the unfamiliar as monster aesthetics without intent (PB) Performance = always also an embodiment of language view of performance Performance = intensification of visual and tactile stimulations (Wanda Golonka) (Francis Francine: Drag-Performer with Warhol & Smith / Mario Montez, Jack Curties: Drag- Performer with Warhol) drag queen / drag king (Diane Torr) Drag (Mary Noéle Dupuis) Myth of performer recycling (Ursula Palla) operation performance Operation as performance (Orlan) remodeling identity Identity in process author view +Performance as act +Performance as analytical postulate provocation aesthetics aesthetics of horror Staging the Holocaust (PSi7) Poesie brut (Alberto Masala) Indian Movement (Jimmie Durham, James Luna) (Brian D. Tripp) poesie sonore As human existence intervening in an immediately effective way in the existence of a public body (BN) Western taboo of transgressing beauty: cutting the face (Gina Pane) (Orlan) arranging morbid curiosity visual drama rightful speaking – performance (BN) Las Americas: Crossing Cultures (PSi7) light extinguishing machine (Andreas Techler) Smashing lightbulbs Performance as memory work (see above) (Schmiz&Drux: Alexander Schmid, Michaela Drux) model of the accident (Allan Karpow)(Stuart Sherman) event of disconcertedness par excellence existential and bodily "abhorrence" that results speechlessness and comes before thinking pictures of anonymous people, tortured, executed (Chen Chieh-Jen, Nieslony) tableau vivants (2) Identity & Habitus B.M. is an intercultural elected affinity acting performatively Western "text-fixated" culture; in comparison, non-western cultures appear as "performance“ Performative dimension of identity constructions "Something, an echo of nothing / serial murder (Franticek – Klossner) laughter reveals hidden fundamental fears "Peintre Nato" theory of self-liberation sound poetry / phoneme linking cultures (Dimitri Alithinos) „Beauty now“ (Vanessa Beecroft, Cindy Sherman, Yasumasa Morimura, Matthew Barney, Leigh Bowery, Mariko Mori, Pipilotti Rist) visual dramaturgy Light and pineal gland (Ingolf Keiner) Girlism Phosphorescence (Fried Rosenstock) Performing Identities: Nation, Region, Religion (PSi7) sonore lectures in the moment of dread absolute solitude in the act bizarre piece of existence theater (Via Lewandowsky) childhood experiences, primal fears, destructive fantasies, drive analysis Living Tableau performative creation of distinctions (Gebauer with Bourdieu) environmental issues (Mongkol Plienbangchang) Performing Identity: see also feminist view (Yayoi Kusama, Pierre Molinier, Judy Chicago, Faith Wilding, Urs Lüthi, Adrian Piper, Patty Chang, Jürgen Klauke, Katharina Sieverding, Linda Benglis, Robert Morris, McCarthy, U. Rosenbach, Warhol, Leigh Bowery) "dialogical" performance Happening (1) the art of the act intercultural performer training (Schechner) quality of perception Nihilistic existence (Ming Zhu) intercultural exchange in performance fear-angst system (V. Acconci) abandonment panic system existential meaning of angst (Henry Chopin) private performances (Jamea Lee Byars) audience participation open end emotional influences of light (in space and through the seasons) Performance as perfect corporate identity / corporate identity performer Cf. Butoh (Christoph Mayer A) Butoh: search for origins in the depths of one's own existence losing one's grip possibility of ec-stasy exposing oneself completely (extreme performance) (BN) (Abramovic) (PSi7) Performing Trauma: Rewiring Self and Society In the Aftermath of Violence lectures (3) race and Performance (Fabio Mauri) (Laurie Carlos) (Adrian Piper) Intervention (2) (Alain-Martin Richard) intercultural performance (PSi7) aesthetics of the atmosphere flood of light (Sonia Knox) (Allan Kaprow, Tadeusz Kantor, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Wolf Vostell, Al Hansen, Rauschenberg, Robert Whitman, Nitsch, Schneemann, Knizak, K. Dewery, Alain Jouffrey, Zorka Saglova) cultural respect (BN) multicultural performance (PSi7) lightshows loving people (openness / taking no position / ...) Identity (as) performance 13 identity view Performance as "translation" (PSi7) into a different area. After a P-phase, artists are often active in other fields. honing survival instincts (Ronaldo Ruiz) existential commitment in performance (Pane, Brisley) (Min Tanaka) mapping sites of existence (Janos Szirtes) intercultural performance projects intercultural dialogue (P. Jacomella & M. Walther) Light- Performance light compositions (Nan Hoover) private /vs/ public Performance = the art of the act (Black Market) performative action Penetrating the atmosphere – What is art and what is "reality“? (Harrie de Kroon) existential questions (Petra Deus) (Sowa) Situative existence as carrying out action DADA light music (Rolf Julius, Christian Möller) gender- tainment (2) flow – experience non-existence of woman (Varsha Nair) intercultural transformation (Translation Transition Transformation – PSi7) intercultural collaboration (PSi7) Light-Noise Performance (G. Ritter, P. Haunschild) person marked as hermaphrodite (Fen-Ma Liuming) existential actions – to the point of total exhaustion (Ben ´D Armagnac) ethnicity and performance intercultural theater Judaism (Tanya Ury concentration camp tatoo) being a person among people (BN) see: Performance as life Your presence is the best work (James Lee Byars) periodic performative intensities (instead of works) gathering for moments of intensity Literature: (... continued) Ferdinand de Saussure (la langue /vs/ la parole) Senta Trömel-Plötz (Ed.) Gewalt durch Sprache (book) J. Habermas / theory of communicative competence and performance Charles Morris (semiotician) Emile Benveniste Jerrold Katz (competence/performance) William Labov (sociolinguist) Hans-Dieter Huber Johanna Malt / Performative Constructions of Meaning (article) Robert A. Fischer / Oral, multimedial (article Kunstf. Bd. 152) Walter J. Ong / Orality and Literacy N. Luhmann Davidson Horst Wenzel (research project) / Repräsentation und Kinästhetik im Spannungsverhältnis von Mündlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit König (research project) / Produkt- orientierte und prozeßorientierte Ansätze in der Sprachwissenschaft Semi-orale Kulturen des Mittelalters Sybille Krämer (research project) / Performanz u. Performativität in der Sprachphilosophie story telling (1) postdramatic theatre of happenings (LE) Total participation instead of spectacle (Situationists) the conference as life of the act the enflamed aura (charisma) staging light (Noah Riskin) opening oneself up to the experience of intensive presence (Petra Deus) Dame Magma (Lori Weidenhammer) There are no repetitions, only situative presence LKW (2) art of life culture politics as core of performance (Charles Garoian) Animotion (Stefanie Wilhelm) Performative aesthetic (H. Seitz) (FL) Counterpart to energy: flattening emotion – slowing down, pasty appearance, flabby muscle tone, quiet voice, cold skin, dull gaze ethnic performance (Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Laurie Carlos, Jessica Hagedorn, Robbie McCauley, Coco Fusco, Shirin Neshat, Lorraine O´Grady, Reona Brass) without intentions re-auratization in performative art Art Attack (Lynn Mc Cary, Evan Hughes, Alberto Gaitan) Activity – Frames of mind (Kaprow) processual aesthetics (Proj.: Kinetographien) (religious) rapture / ecstasy meaning is acting/doing (Sowa) taking action = "taking in hand" (giving existence "a hand") basic state of calmness Being – as performative practical Act (Sowa) Practicist concept of being (with Heidegger) see: aesthetics of existence (Foucault) act forums Poles: often related to one's own life Asian ideas aesthetic of performative art Excess, the moment of delirium (McCarthey) Suspension of the familiar ego boundaries, close to psychosis, in both the ecstasy of love and religious ecstasy (unio mystica) interplay between aesthetics & existence (PB) category of the "in-between" as guiding category for an aesthetic of the performative (BN) The energetic sum: Emergence (higher plane of being), not conducting secondary discourses the act art action imperturbability aesthetic action woman as a piece of meat (Mary Noéle Dupuis) feeling of total participation (Flow) Politically motivated self-immolation as performance? (Jan Pallach) Seppuku (Yukio Mishima) without an emotional push there is no action B.M. is a principle with ethnic-cultural dimensions To analyze performance as the primary reality (David E.R. George) Performance as a model of existential reality (PB) Life – an instruction manual: the book of gestures (Jochen Gerz) against discrimination because of cultural differences (G. Gomez-Penas, James Luna, Adrian Piper, Tim Miller, Holly Huge, Robbie McCauley) (Elvira Santamaria) aesthetics of living places aesthetics of life practice space of action incl. audience (Karen Rahn) irreducibility of the practical beings from another world (Mariko Mori) displacement of the dominance of the visual (sense of sight) energetically putting oneself into a Samurai (Charlemagne Palestine) – Hagakure: in praise of energy (Mishima) Levitation (canceling gravity) (Terry Fox) Life Performance (Abramovic, Ulay) deep play /vs/ shallow play (Geertz) (2) Neurotic Rituals – in the intensity of a hysterical psychosis (Reindeer Werk) tense and relaxed fundamental state of being life-art as self-experiment perception politics 12 aesthetic view / visual view / light view performer takes sleeping pills – audience has to react (Ma Liuming)/ sleep pieces (Geoffrey Hendricks) on the drip with sleeping drugs (Holtappels) action existentialism (primacy of action) existential philosophy subjectivism debate encounter (2) Communitas view of real experience east art / west art Performance as an aesthetic category (em) bitter(ed)ness hardness strictness (Helga Moehrke) (Monika Günther & Ruedi Schill) (Sompong Thawee) life art Gestures (2) Disquieting and renewing energy (Ric Allsopp) see: the enflamed aura (charisma) the art of existing Performance is based on the presence of acting artists 14 existential view media presence for political issues (Schlingensief) to exhaustion completely expending oneself (Gina Pane) (McCarthy) (Reindeer Werk) (Denis Oppenheim) (Marina Abramovic: dance to unconsciousness) (Marcos Kurtyz) (Dorte Strehlow: dragging sack) (Melati Suryodarmo: dances,falls, ...) total overload (Stuart Brilley) hand generated light (Richard Alpert) real action as taking political effect "let's do some action" Performance as a meeting of different cultures (Abramovic/Ulay, Minus delta t) Performance as an aesthetic phenomenon (as aesthetic category) see above pragmatic ethics and aesthetics (with Rorty, Shusterman) (H. Sowa) search for the perfect Now (moment) (James Lee Byars) bed in (for peace) (Yoko Ono) see: life-art-works interrelationships of life are declared art the recipient as (necessary) witness technology critique (Fake shop – Performance-Installation) presence aesthetics (Colette: declared the course of her life an art work) haptic stimulations (Fluxus) taboo violations (2) (discourse control through taboos) The performative indoctrination model (Ray Langenbach) Artaud: to be as one condemned to be burned and making signs from up on the stake Performance is present communication with the audience (Sang-Jin Lee) Cut piece (Yoko Ono) configuration (of presence) neo-existentialists performance as ability to act see: most sublime moments of physical presence audience brought in one by one (Franco B.) organic material garbage delivery performance audience and performer participate in the same energetic space Touch and Feel Cinema (Valie Export) Body Contact (Schechner) Touches (Franz Müller) war victims (Mona Hatoum) Aura (air, breath) as what is forgotten in humanness (D. Mersch) in search of the authenticity of experience Performing world war (PSi7) The performer as avid recipient of an exhibition (Tomás Ruller) voyeurism of performance (V. Export, Lydia Lunch, Rachel Rosenthal, Elke Krystufek) animal hears (sometimes pulsing) (Stadtwerkstatt, Sándor Dóró) energetic observation of psychic processes (psychic energy) censorship (Tania Bruguera) cf. identity view (Performing Identities – PSi7) political theater life (as topic) Political Performance (Adrian Piper) (Padang Ilalang Group) (Kathrin Butt) (Michelarcangelo De Luca) political climate: (Mongkol Plienbangchang – U-kabat-Group) for a re-politicization of performance (Hans-Jörg Tauchert) building up intensive energy fields (Rolf Langebartels) There are as many performance aesthetics as forms of living or language games (D. Charles with Wittgenstein) cage situations (Bonnie Sherk, Gómez-Pena & Fusco) extreme performance (Text: Lischka) (Julie-Andree Tremblay) Animal ritual (Bradley smith) see: contemplation /vs/ ecstasy the untouchable pleasure of grasping /vs/ touch prohibition (Franz West – pieces that should be experienced with the body) (desire for touch) art propaganda 20 performance-meters become a marathon (Albert van der Weide) playing with the audience's attention (Giuseppe Chiari) view of world view Intensity and energy: Vital works: Abramovic/Ulay energy dialogue human as dog (Oleg Kulik, Alexander Brener, Peter Weibel) conventional life situations no distance energy drawings of performances (Morgan O´Hara) Ethics is the Aesthetics of the Few (ture) (Laurie Anderson) see: uninhibited performances testing the audience's reactions (see: borderline situations) (La Fura dels Baus) 11 political view / intercultural view with regard to aesthetics /vs/ ethics cf. Wittgenstein Performance with (dead) animals (V. Export, Siglinde Kallnbach, Werner Klotz (snails), Via Lewandowsky, Alastair MacLennan, H. Nitsch, R. Schwarzkogler, Otto Mühl, Zbigniew Warpechowski, Mark Tomson/Thompson (work with bees), Stadtwerkstatt (bug race), Zitronenfalter (Brook), Attila Kosa (taxidermist), Paul Kos (Trophy), Josef Beuys (coyote, horse, dead hare), J. Kounellis (horses), G. Duintjer (horse), Bender&Nern (horse), Arnulf Rainer (Painting Performance with Monkey), Stephan Us (dead sparrow), Elisabette Mileu (fish) Pascale Grau (ladybug), Bonnie Sherk, Tatjana Ilic (bird in mouth), Marco Ivaristtis, Kim Jones (Rat-Burning), Ella Tideman, Markus Schwaighofer, Walter Stehling (dog), Ramiro Oviedo (snake), Hélio Oiticia, Carolee Schneemann (snake, fish, chicken), Kaprow (chickens), Rafael M. Ortiz (chicken destruction), Mark Boyle (insects in the throes of death), Simon Whitehead (tracking animals) Cf. animal performance (circus) emotions are the central suppliers of energy posing with the camera (Ma Liuming) Recipient- Performer viewer in the role of the performer (in complicated technical installations) (Chris Burden) (V. Acconci) naked performance by the "audience" organized through private ads (Spencer Tunick) experiencing the greatest possible intensity: as goal of the performance (Peter Stembera) performance in politics see: attention (energy field as centered attention) cf. body as medium (Performing Resistance – Vienna) intoxicated state energetic parallelisms (Morgan O´Hara) Ethics is the aesthetics of the future (RoseLee Goldberg with Lenin) It is not possible to speak about ethics (praxeology) ethics = action (performative) audience in the victim role Inge Broska Hans-Jörg Tauchert Jürgen Olbrich thoroughly pseudo Boris Nieslony Ulun Michael Steinke Reindeer Werk: Lebende Vorhersage – The Prediction 79-82 Performance culture as hotbed of a new reception art completely surrendering to the visitors (Marina Abramovic) (Hermes Phettberg) (Julie-Andree Tremblay) escalation begins with one´s own body (Engelmann) shop for energies of all kinds (Ulf Freyhoff – FreiRäumeN) political revolutionary approaches manifestation manoeuvre (Canada) Performance as social, political strategy Performance as the production of an energetic body situative production maneuver, sit ins see: the brutal be-holder (in actu) Core of a performative ethics and aesthetics: intensification of life with all its capability for expression, perception and pleasure (H. Sowa) cf. view of the field view of behavior black performance see: view of destruction The ritual does not distinguish between audience and performers Happening (2) Emotion as a form of social energy passion energetic view unmediated reference to the audience as essential characteristic of the action arts postprop- agitprop communication aesthetics sociology (Bourdieu) identity discourse performativity views postmodern views agit prop agit pop 10 recipient view / tactile haptic view life: intense, burning, infernal spectacle (Tibor Hajas) Interpassivity (theory) agit-lecture On the ethics of the deed – Hagakure (Yukio Mishima) Animals Transforming Culture: High and Low (PSi7) 13 intensity view Psychical energy (Stuart Brisley) feeling of "power" depends on the energy behind it audience participation lie as performative act DADA, Futurism and Surrealism seek mental, psychical-psychological and even physical attacks on the audience (LE) (Mary Bauermeister) sense of touch agitation & propaganda (Marxist, Leninist) (Sonia Knox, Elisabeth Chitty) (Ray Langenbach) (Marcel Odenbach) (U. Rosenbach) (Marcella Bienvenue)(Chris Reinicke) Interventive actions of public life 09 everyday view action thinking and acting in intensities (BN) important parameters of p.: identity of the subject Experiments with the audience (Dan Graham) (Viktorine Müller (vacuum-packed audience), Mike Hentz (enclosed, shackles), Nikolaus Urban (locked in, stabs), V. Export (whipping), Jason Lim (beer rain, flour rain), Markus Hensler) "Tactiles" (C. Kolig) Ethics of catharsis requires participation (LE); transfer qua awakening of uncontrollable emotional reactions (fear, revulsion, alarm) (Bruce Barber) Learn where the meat comes from (Suzanne Lacy) direct art social movement (cf. projects by IRWIN) engaged performance in the service of humanity (Rui Huang) agitations (organic) decay decomposition (Kosa) Political agitation (Birgit & Wilhelm Hein) gorilla masks Freudian concept of sublimation = transformation of libidinous energy into different types of processes Club Moral (Danny Devos & Annemie Van Kerckhoven) Art as unmediated direct communication (FS) (James Barth, Heinz Cibulka) "a" battery "a" The Prediction Büro Berlin ASA-European Rent An Artist, Prediction Black Market International STOP.P.T. Performance Networks Situationists, Lettrists IRWIN, Lidl Akademie Chris Reinike Rasa Todosijevic political actionism politically motivated actions actionism in parliament symbolic actionism (PB) social activist performance psycho-physical attacks against sexism, racism (Guerilla Girls) philanthropy Fears for the dignity of the human being in delusion (Rolf Hinterecker) see: view of playing re-enacting everyday situations nauseating material battles Aktivismus / Activism (Chumpon Apisuk, Arahmaiani (A. Rahmayani)) When Abramowicz presents herself to the visitors ... perception must turn into an experience of responsibility washing laundry with Golf War video (Ali al Fatlawi) dignity performance (Zofia Kulik, Przemyslaw Kwiek) directness (as central quality of performance – in comparison with communication through media) Activism and Community (PSi7) attacking the audience (Istvan Kantor – Monty Cantsin) games Theater of perversion (LE) Shan – discipline of attention (Zygmunt Piotrowski - School of Attention) event aesthetics as ethics (GANG ART) ethical equivalency The great American worker (Francis Brown) (LE) emotionally unmediated terrorizing radical pain performances disgust view presidential candidacy (Heinz Baumüller) founding political party (Schlingensief) performance as demonstration (see above) (Milan Kizak) "Polis Performance“ (Matthias Schönweger) politically intended actions and performances (category 13 according to M.-L. Lange) (Janus Markus = J. Markus-Barbarossa) mental situation disgusting performances nauseating smell (Else Gabriel) Performance as attention (see above) performance is playing resistance movement protest movement, sit ins (Ralf Samens) performance as subversion (see above) Giving what is to be found in love (Artaud) responsibility models (Georg Ritter) audience responsibility feminine myths of everyday life (Mechthild Barth) helplessly exposing oneself to the audience (Wolfgang Flatz, Abramovic) sadistically tortured (Hermes Phettberg) strictness nauseating abjects attention as raw material (2) the general essence of performance ritualizing (staging) emotions "participant" as actor performance as destabilizing practice (see above) taboo topics child abuse (Rosa Galindo, Pedro Garhel, B. Nieslony) ecoactivist performance ecological performance political performance responsibility (Z. Warpechowski) Re-Imaging Tableaux Vivants (Stephanie Beaudoin, Tarin Chaplin, Colette, Kim Dawn & Christof Migone, Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan, Rachel Echenberg, Nathalie Grimard, Louise Liliefeldt, Christine Martin, David McFarlane, The Other Theatre, Kathryn Walter) attitude in common (B.M.) dealing with the taboo Taboo Guerilla Art Action Group (GAAG: Jean Toche, Jon Hendricks, Silvianna, ....) Art and Revolution (P. Weibel, V. Export, O. Mühl, G. Brus UNI Vienna 1968) coerced performance of life Picking up the audience and taking them along into the water (Billedsofteater) The ethics of giving is performative (the event as gift, The gift as event must be irruptive, unmotivated – Derrida) (Esther Ferrer, Elvira Santamaria) guerilla art urban strategical interventions (Shanna Noyes – Urban Canvas Art Initiative) PIM performative indoctrination model (Ray Langenbach) see also: political view aesthetics as art theory aesthetic discourse art theory / morphology perception theory debate on the sublime aura debate revulsion theory communication aesthetics performance studies ethnography shame (culturally determined) taboo violation/taboo breach (Tibor Hajas, McCarthey) (Fluxus) (autoperforation artists: Micha Brendel, Else Gabriel, Rainer Görß, Via Lewandowsky) (Schlingensief / What else could be violated?) Performance as provocation (Else twin Gabriel, Micha Brendel, Via Lewadowsky) Pro-Vocation - calling actions for the life of the earth (Ulrike Rosenbach) 12 ethical view mimesis and imitation (Robert Hartmann, Werner Reuber, Ulrike Zilly) showroom /vs/ space to act see: taboo materials anarchist approaches (Charlemagne Palestine) Extremity in the emotional sphere (V. Export, Lorraine O´Grady: Guerilla Performances) guerilla theatre Performativity of the procedure already replace (acc. to Luhmann) the normativity of laws (Lit.: Lyotard) performance demonstrations (Guerilla Girls) (minimal public distance) Terror of violated intimacy (Schlingensief) Eva Seanto Ulrike Rosenbach Simone Forti Deborah Hay Elaine Summers Trisha Brown Lucinda Childs Alison Knowles Charlotte Moorman Angelika Festa feminist narrative performance arrested theatrics lesbian performance dream illustrations (Eleanor Antin) dream theater (the Surrealists) rage-anger system hellish bodies: horror worlds: electrical shocks, unbearable noise (LE) Feminist Art Workers (Nancy Angelo, Laurel Klick, Cheri Gaulke) living tableau (Alex Mlynarcyk, Colette, Luigi Ontani, Johan Lorbeer, Claudia Triozzi, Myriam Laplante, Faisal Abdu´Allah) Expressionistic and psychological interests (Viennese Actionists) Disrupt political colonialism (Spiderwoman) Feminist Actionists (Carolee Schneemann, Joan Jonas, Ann Halprin) body as material (see left) Ethical "performance“ (internet newsletter) cf. Wittgenstein Tableaux Vivants self-exposure being tense together (2) rape scenario (to break the code of silence) (Ana Mendieta) In reality of rape (Sandra Orgel, Aviva Rahmani) Sadomasochistic Performance: (Bob Flanagan, Sheree Rose) (Paul McCarthy) (Mike Parr) (Da Blunschi) self-poisoning (Heli Rekula) enticement/fobbing off (Anja Ibsch) feminist actionism (originally. V. Export & U. Rosenbach) body=social construction=transfigured nature /vs/ material=body=nature Political women's movement Performance art pleasure and pain (Eulalia Valldosera) cf. living environments (living pictures as in the baroque era) zones of dis-rupture (Mike Hentz, Karel Dudeseck, Monty Cantsin, Padeluun, Flatz) (Kees Mol) excitement stimulating emotionality (Hansjörg Marti) Queer performance is a paradigm of feminism itself celebrations of everyday life (Milan Knizak) fear situations (Mark Boyle) destruction actions (category 07 according to M.-L. Lange) (W. Flatz) symbolically directed against civilization (Wolf Vostell, G. Brus, O. Mühl, R. Schwarzkogler) Translating the Body (PSi7) emotions in the battle of the sexes emotional space / space of feelings gender surfing (playing with gender roles) (ritual double genderedness – shamans) breast performance (Ewjenia Tsanana) (cf. V. Export) prediction (1) gender: a category constructed through performance (not a given social or cultural attribute) gender = a "doing“ man/woman dualities analysis (Elena Ferrer) freeing buried female potentials (Mileva Josipovic) (T junction) Performance = what moves us: goals, emotion, dreams, fears, relationships tradition and entertainment art and life (Yuan Mor´O) performativity of feelings the emotional as a fundamental position emotional force of performance (John Duncan) gender (in) performance rage and hate as motivation gender- tainment (1) living prediction (Reindeer Werk) What touches us ? Performatively generating gender & sexuality Black cultural theory cultural criticism feminist studies / feminist theory gender studies anthropology of gender cultural history postmodern views postcolonial theory (Game Rules of Art) political discourse re-politicization discourse post-colonial discourse exoticism discourse race discourse regionalism debate minorities debate Eurocentrism debate critical discourse Legend violence as critical array of instruments (Antoni Miralda) see also: identity view B.M. Micro-emotions are the tools of taking action destruction in art mourning performance (Hans-Jörg Marti) celebration art (1) public celebration (fire-eater ...) feminist performance aggressive action (BN) logic of anger, rage and aggression (Kees Mol => Nieslony) poetically destructive 11 feminist view These views cover content/analytical perspectives or delineate content zones. Placement within these zones follows the principle: spatial proximity = subject matter proximity. The outer ring is generally more abstract than the inner area. In Foucault's terms, these could also be called archeological fields. Feminist view (Faith Wilding, Suzanne Wilding, Valie Export, Martha Rosler, Barbara Smith, Marie Beth Edelson, Linda Montano, Yvonne Rainer, Suzanne Lacy (Lazy) & Judy Chicago, Yoko Ono, Eleanor Antin, Hannah Wilke, Shrin Neshat, Amanda Heng, Carolee Schneemann, Betsy Damon, Leslie Labowitz, Martha Wilson, Lydia Schouten, Fumiko Takahashi, Diane Torr, Split Britches, Anna Deavere Smith, Nicole Croiset, Karin Anarchia, Anna Dancikova, Taro Ito, Tina Keane, Anna Paci) controlled facial muscles (Huge Harry) EEG-measurable: hunger, fear, anger, mourning, joy nn view performance as exorcism (see above) brutality as a fundamental position transition of theater to a celebration (LE) destruction in art symposion DIAS (1966, ...) (O.Muehl, H.Nitsch, P. Weibel, A.Hansen, Gustav Metzger, Susan Cahn, John Sexton, Kurt Kren, Vostell, R.M. Ortiz) feminist performances psychical exceptional situations (Michael Burges) ceremony art (1) life as a celebration (invited to the table) self-experiments with psychopharmaca (Marina Abramovic) discourses advanced studies method complexes theory complex research directions discipline celebration as intersection between action theater and society The archeology follows the axis: discursive praxis => knowledge => science. In keeping with this, relevant discourse, research directions (scholarly fields) and method complexes are listed here. Discipline: grouped methods (of a scholarly discipline) performance as analytical postulate (see above) extreme situations mental and physical burden (Chris Burden) (Barbara Sturm) mental boundaries (Stuart Brisley, Geert Duintjer) aesthetics of destruction / deconstruction ceremony X days birthday celebrations (Yutaka Sone) venting games dramatic self- expression (G. Brus, A. Rainer, V. Export) poetry and destruction (Vasan Sitthiket) Literature: Sue-Ellen Case and Jeanie K. Forte (Ed.) Performing Feminisms: Feminist Critical Theory and Theatre (book) Senelick Lawrence / (book) Gender in Performance Geraldine Harris / Staging Femininities Performance and Performativity Routledge Reader in Gender and Perform. Performative Acts and Gender Constitution (essay 1988!) / Judith Butler Kate Davy / ... Reception, Context, and Address in Lesbian Performance The politics of black performance (book) / Catherine Ugwu African-American Performance (book) / A. Bean (Ed.) P.A.N. (catalogue book) Black Market International (brochures) Büro Berlin (catalogue book) Herbert Blau / To All Appearances: Ideology and Performance Randy Martin / Performance as political act Baz Kershaw / (PSi7) / Ecoactivist performance The Environment as Partner in Protest Literature: (... continued) Jill Dolan / The Feminist Spectator as Critic Michelene Wandor / Studies of British feminist performance Lance Carlson / Performance Art as Political Activism (essay) Catherine Elwes / Floating Femininity: A Look at Performance Art by Women (essay) Lynda Hart & Peggy Phelan / Acting out – Feminist Performances (book) Valie Export / (essay) Persona, Proto-Performance, Politics Coco Fusco (artist) / The Other History of Intercultural Performance (essay) Susanne Schwinghammer-Kogler / (PSi7) Interculturalism and aesthetics or the deconstruction of an eurocentric myth Norma Broude & Mary D. Garrard (Ed.) / The Power of Feminist Art Edith Almhofer / Performance Art – Die Kunst zu leben Patrice Pavis (Ed.) / The Intercultural Performance Reader Erika Fischer Lichte (intercultural approach) Literature: (... continued) Peggy Phelan / Unmarket – The Politics of Performance (book) Sue-Ellen Case (theorist of feminist perf.) Moira Roth / 1970s The Amazing Decade Michelene Wandor / Carry On, Understudies Helene Cixous Luce Irigaray Julia Kristeva Marcia K. Moen / Peirce´s Pragmatism as a Resource for Feminism Teresa de Lauretis / Sexual Indifference and Lesbian Representation Andrea Juno & V. Vale (Ed.) / Angry Women (Kathy Acker, Susie Bright, Wanda Coleman, Valie Export, Karen Finley, Diamanda Galas, Bell Hooks, Holly Hughes, Lydia Lunch, Kerr & Malley, Linda Montano, Avital Ronell, Sapphire, Carolee Schneemann, Annie Sprinkle Women and Performance (Journal) Philip Auslander / (PSi7) Performing Resistance in a Commodified Context (PSi7) Literature: (... continued) Theatralisierung des Politischen (article) G. Rauinig / Wien Feber Null (book) Geraldine Harris / Staging Femininities. Performance and Performativity Anette Baldauf / Gender & Performativity Ian Watson / (PSi7) Interculturalism and Aesthetics: Eugenio Barba´s Barter Practice Rosalinda Borcila / (PSi7) Citizen/Foreigner: The Body at the Border Literature: Performance as an aesthetic category (edition of a performance journal) Dwight Conquergood / Performing as a Moral Act: Ethical Dimensions of the Ethnography of Performance (article) Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Gerhard Johann Lischka / Momente Ästhetischer Praxis De Certeau Ruth Askey / Humanistic Concerns in Performance (article) Dieter Mersch / Reauratisierung in performativer Kunst (research project) Kunstf. Bd. 152 Dieter Mersch / Kategorien für eine Ästhetik „performativer Kunst“ J. Derrida / Given Time Doris Kolesch / Ästhetik der Präsenz Fischer-Lichte (research project) / Ästhetik des Performativen (FL) Beauty now (catalogue) inflation of self-expression Literature: Texte zur Kunst Sept Jg. Heft 35 Notes on Camp / Susan Sontag Kate Davy / Fe/male Impersonation: The Discourse of Camp (article) Expansionen (catalogue) Wiener Festw. 79 Georg F. Schwarzbauer (FS): Physische und Psychische Energien in der Performance Clifford Geertz, P. Bourdieu Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi / Das flow- Erlebnis (also: John MacAloon) Richard Poirier / The Performing Self Suture – Phantasmen der Vollkommenheit (catalogue and symposium publication) Peter Gorsen / Körperrituale der Travestie und des Transvestismus (article) Petra Klaus / Hardcore-Performance (article) Hakan Gürses / Identität (lecture Gmunden) Dieter Mersch T.Warr, A. Jones / The artist´s body ! Orientalities: Representing National and Intra- National Identities Through Art an Music (PSi7) Vera Apfelthaler / Drag, Performance und das performative Körpergedächtnis Literature: ( .... continued) Doris Kolesch / Ästhetik der Präsenz Mattenklott / Präsenzästhetiken Mattenklott (research project) / Kultur des Coming out (Coming Out und Subkultur - Technologien des schwulen Selbst) Mattenklott / Erzähltes Geschlecht Andrea Sieber (research project) / Zum Wandel der Geschlechterdifferenz in körpersprachlichen Inszenierungstypen der Liebe Nietzsche Mishima / Hagakure - Zu einer Ethik der Tat Spielarten von Authentizität (conference) / O. Hruschka, A. Matzke Harald Begusch (Diss.) / CrossDressing? TransSex? CoreGender? Stefanie Menrath / Performativitäten von Identitäten im Hip Hop Between Identity and Representation (PSi7) Staging Cultural Identity (PSi7) Literature: Kunstforum Bd. 150 Zeit – Existenz – Kunst Peter Gorsen / Der spielbar gemachte Alltag oder die Rückkehr des Existentialismus in der Performance Art (catalogue essay) Roland Barthes / La Mort de l´Auteur Heidegger / Existentialphilosophie ... Heidegger / Sein und Zeit Jaspers, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty Staging the Holocaust (PSi7) Miriam Yahil-Wax / (PSi7) Where language ends (see: encounter) performance as celebration banquet (Tamar Raban, Raoul Marek) celebration culture (Stadtwerkstatt) (Werksküche: transpublic) celebration of psycho-physical naturalism (Otto Muehl, H. Nitsch) experience of primal excess (H. Nitsch) situation with guests (Hinrich Sachs) receiving guests (any affair) These symbols highlight "canonized" performance directions. These directions could also be called streams (BN), performance categories, concepts, movements, media directions, performance (sub)cultures, (micro-)styles, practices, basic patterns (of behavior) or performance "types". As a supplement to these, see the non-canonized "performance terms“. direction psychical border-crossing performances (category 01 according to M.-L. Lange) emotional turn (following cognitive turn) nomadic artists (nomads) as mediators between art and everyday life => celebrations (Alain Gibertie) movement "les Vivants“ moods of contemplation, solemnity or celebration manifesto of tactilism existentialism (primacy of the act) psychoanalysis / disgust theory Lacanism discourse queer theory (PSi7) gender studies psychological theories of performance psychology / action psychology see also Gustav Metzger 10 emotional view rituals and emotion / ritualizing emotions joy / logic of joy psychoanalytical view / psycho-physical view reference literature for the respective view / conference references red text: first development phase (Version 01) black text: subsequent development phases (modifications / expansions) 09 everyday view sociology (Bourdieu) cultural studies new subjectivism privatism debate life philosophy (game rules of art) psychical view artist (collective list) view of destruction see above: therapeutic view Performance Terms +Performance as (short definition) Literature: Justin Hoffmann / Destruktionskunst Michel de Certeau !! / Kunst des Handelns Paul Ricoeur (application) / Lehrstuhl für Philosophie des Handelns Konserviete Welt / Eva Sturm Kultur als Handlung / article: Gertrud Koch /Texte zur Kunst 99 – 9 – Heft 35 Ästhetische Handlungen u. Demonstrationen Samson D. Sauerbier Habermas, Apel (Theory of Communicative Action) Interpassivität / Ed. R. Pfaller Karl Gröning / Hände Literature: (... continued) Allan Kaprow / Step Right in Assemblage, Environment & Happenings (book) !! Udo Kultermann / Art-Events and Happenings (book) ! Kathy O´Dell / Contract with the skin - masochism, Performance art and the 1970s J.L. Moreno / concept of psychodrama Julia Kristeva (theory of the "abject“) David Jones / The Performance of the Abject (article) Sigmund Freud, Wilhem Reich Literature: (... continued) Elke Koch (research project) / Ritual und Emotion.Theorie u. Begriff des Rituals am Bsp. der Trauer Jens Roselt (article) / Vom Affekt zum Effekt Judith Butler (injurious speech / hate speech) Slavoj Zizek Kunstf. Bd. 126 / Große Gefühle (weak) Luc Ciompi / Die emotionalen Grundlagen des Denkens !! Norbert Elias (sociology of emotions) Jürgen Gerhards / Soziologie der Emotion academic performance, akustische P, animal performance, anonymous P, architecture performance, autobiographical performance, Bewegungsperformance, black p, breast performance, cabaret performance, camp performance, collaborative P, costume performance, cover performance , cultural performance, Dauerperformance, deconstruction performance, dialogical performance, didactical P, digital P, dinner performance, Echtzeitperformance, ecological performance, electroacoustic P, electronic P, ethnic p, ethnographical P, feminist P, Fingerfächerperformance, fragrance p, Gesangsperformance, Grenzüberschreitungsperformance, gestic P, gestural P, homosexual performance, intercultural performance, Intimperformance, Kaufhausperformance, Kommunikationsperformance, Konzeptperformance, konzeptualistische P, Körperperformance, Kurzperformance, Langzeitperformance, Latex performance, Laufstegperformance, lecture performance, lethal P, Light-P, life performance, machine performance, medical performance, minimal P, minstrel performance, multicultural p, myth-related performance, naked performance, narrative P, operation performance, party performance, permanent P, poetic P, political performance, popular p, Portrait P, posed performances, private performance, projection performance, pure P, real time p, research p, retro-performance, revolutionary p, Ritual P, Rollstuhlperformance, rhythmische P, Sauf-P, Schaufensterperformance, self-exploratory performance, shamanist P, Stehgreifperformance, Stimmperformance, Tele-Performance, Telephone-P, Text-P, theatralic performance, table performance, trivial performance, ultimate P, urban p, verborgene P, unsichtbare P, Vortragsperformance, vulgar performance, Weihe-Performance, zerbrochene P, Zweierperformance Literature: L.K.W. (catalogue) OK Linz Performance Art, die Kunst zu leben Life is art enough / Ed. Anita Beckers Life is art enough / Felix Philipp Ingold Linda Montano / Art in Everyday Life Performance art – Die Kunst zu leben (book)

4 +Performance as situative production
01 atmosphere view 01 contextual view context-aware theories contextualism discourse theories of meta-communication performance as a field of action and experience – an all-encompassing atmosphere (Prof. Mike Pearson) Disco atmosphere (Frank Lüsing & Oliver Kochta) poetic pilfering (separated from the usual function) absurd moments (2) human sculptures performance as situation (Terry Fox) situation art musical/acoustic atmosphere poetry and performance (PB) invention of grotesque moments (Jaques van Poppel) situative approaches (Udo Idelberger, Pier van Dijk) +Performance as situative production +Performance as situative experiment serene attention view of the framework see also: aesthetics of atmosphere (atmosphere as term of aesthetics) poetic situations (Peter Trachsel) poetic situations in duplication (Joa Iselin & Christoph Ranzenhofer: Port Rouge) situation art using objects outside the usual context (Jaques van Poppel) responding to the context (Roi Vaara, Peter Weibel, V. Export) construction in the atmosphere (INFuG, Stadtwerkstatt) living sculptures (source: Marie-Luise Lange) presentation of an atmosphere and a state of mind (LE) affect and context dependent selection of memory contents while simultaneously repressing memories not conforming to affect (Edward Lazikowski) (Richard Martel) (Psychogeographical Association) situative abidement and lingering associations (Sowa) truly situative action Performance = action, framed by a defined space (Matthew Maguire) climate chambers (biospheres) visitors are exposed to elementary sensations (heat, cold, steam, storm, ..) (Bigert & Bergström) (cf. Wettergebäude by the Stadtwerkstatt) generating clouds (Lone Twin – Gregg & Garry) mood gauge (GANG ART, granular synthesis: Kurt Hentschläger & Ulf Langreich) (cheerful, uplifting, alarming, aggressive, ...) frames and framework conditions are are training fields for the situative (BN) atmosphere – mood – disposition strategy of duplicated frameworks (LE) Performance as transformation of a situation (J.-F. Lyotard) the power of the context (Thomas Huber) energetic situation (absurd actions) (Mimi Nakajima) inflection, habitus, manner (see: orality) connection between New Music and Conceptual Art (Esther Ferrer – Gruppe Zaj (W. Marchetti, J. Hidalgo, R. Barce)) Literature: Kontextbewußte Ansätze in Kunst und Wissenschaft / G. Dirmoser (DG) Erving Goffman / Frame Analysis (book) Gregory Bateson J. Derrida Performance: Texts and Contexts (1993) Victor Turner / Frame, Flow, and Reflection (1977) in: Performance in Postmodern Culture Gernot Böhme / Atmosphäre - Essays zur neuen Ästhetik Thomas Dreher, Peter Weibel, ... "framing“ has a central significance for performance theory forms of living as context tableau (framing) Performances by concept artists (Marcel Broodthaers, P. Weibel, ...) atmosphere/mood emotionally conceived (GANG ART) greater appreciation of atmospheric perception frameworks of light, space and sound (Wilson) (cf. GANG ART) +Performance as open system Performance as breaking through structures +Performance as a transitional form of art Performance as agreement temperament, constitution framing everyday life (Kam Yeon Hee (YEONEE) breaking through the atmosphere – What is art and what is "reality"? (Harrie de Kroon) invisible performance (e.g. as couple: Judy Radul) Concept Theatre (LE) Post-dramatic theater can also be understood (in reference to Concept Art) as an attempt to conceptualize art in the sense that it offers an experience of the real rather than representation. Conceptual art: performance as demonstration or an execution of those ideas Setting different locations/spaces and lighting each convey their own affective message Performance as predicament (2) (LE) Concrete theater – abstract theater without action arranging the "Situation“ disposition (with Heidegger) reflection on the social practice of art (Didier Bay) Performance without an audience intimate performance (FS) climate control technician invitation as substitute performance allusion as substitute (Peter Arnold) art space renovation as performance substitute performativity through new arrangement; through new conjunctions (of the data of a game move) (cf. Lyotard) Ideas conveyed verbally (by telephone) over several days: "spoken house“ (Otiose: Ailith Roberts & John Dummett) open system of encounter (BM) (R. Tiravanija) open system of collaboration (Hayley Newman) conceptual models of attention (Gen Murai) asking passers-by for a moment (Franz Müller) Performance as agreement (see right.) Urban intervention (40 singers in the underground) (Christine Carson) displacement confusion Simultaneity (a form of openness as concept) – it remains open, whether there is a connection or or merely an external simultaneity (LE) Performance without people or without performer - Making art without artists (e.g. naked performances through recipients: organized by Spencer Tunick) "alea" or chance (John Cage) aleatoric without boundaries: see various forms of ecstasy imaginary performance (Stuart Brisley) Minimal Performances (Murmeln im Mund: Harrie de Kroon) (James Lee Byars) (Ralf Berger) (Peter Kalmus & M. Murin) Minimal Actions (Michael Blättler) (Esther Ferrer) scenic montage: synchronously played "fields" (cf. BM) parallel action (Wilson) (cf. BM) attention hanging in the balance (cf. Trance) group feeling (communitas) (cf. BM) free play with materials, objects, body movements, action locations open end (Happening) openness see also: process (process view) invention .... moments role of chance (resistances with the help of chance) abandonment: surrendering to openness (Alex Silber) open practice a kind of phantom that is constantly changing (Tine Kortermand Hansen) free spaces = playing spaces conceptualistic performances (Moscow conceptualists: Ilya Kabakov, F. Infante, A. Monastyrskij) participants and audience were identical Polyphony instead of dialogue (LE) The dialogical structure gives way to the monological and choric (LE) cf. chorus theater concept performance (Anna Winteler) (Felix S. Huber) conceptual performances instructions as propositions (Esther Ferrer) no stylistic restrictions (BM) relaxed momentum self-propulsion performance with open progression Performance: a permissive, open-ended medium with endless variables Collaborative Performances (with 15 participants) (Jörg Lenzlinger, Patrick Sidler) Indeterminacy (Cage) anonymous intervention steered intervention affection (B.M.) Meditations on Tenderness of/in Performance (PSi7) conceptual actions (Teodor Graur) +Performance as personal field of experimentation Performance as link between sections Performance as gift view of manifestos conceptual way of dealing with art (ALMA) indeterminacy (allowing the quality of sums) (BN) programmatic disturbance (INFuG) Apollonian actions (2) social performance performative actions of love conceptual openness contemplative openness Art as intervention (Art Attack) 02 conceptual view Intervention Three people at a table – each operates without perceiving the others (VLIES: Rolf Konrad, Pat Binder, Wim Kolb, Jörg Brandt) the non-action (Kjetil Skoien) parallel plot strands (LE) (otherwise boring) Group performance (Pierpaolo Calzolari) Improvisation (2) (c. Hommelsheim, W. Höfinger) free play Intervention as support measure for reality (Matthias Schamp) Academic Performances (PSi7) Performance Interventionist (Gordon W) (Rudolf Klaffenböck) staging (3) expanded performance connection with the whole (Religio) actions with job-seekers, unemployed persons, homeless, prisoners (Christoph Schlingensief) (Santiago Serra) undeliberated collective doing knowledge as passion regaining complexity Performances without fixed concept for action (category 02 according to M.-L. Lange) Improvisational, arising spontaneously from the moment (Black Market) breaking through conventional patterns of perception and reception expectations equal right of intervention incompatibility as sovereign gesture (the precise monologue) (BN) rent an artist (2) (cf. Expanded Theatre) see also: revolutionary performance approaches Deconstruction performances (2) (category 11 according to M.-L. Lange / Inge Baxmann) These performances seek: confrontation, irritation of sense, disjunction, interruption and demontage of familiar semantic conjunctions. The point is "upending order", the destruction of traditional rhythms and flows of meaning. power of the incompatible (BN) gift pieces patterns of staging love (public, conventionalized staging) /vs/ unbounded The Open Art Work (U. Eco) (Game Rules of Art) Intertextuality (Tina Keane) Expanded Performance (category 09 according to M.-L. Lange) ... Can be understood as a practical transfer of Concept Art into practice and the public sphere environmental problems and urban problems (T.X. Harsono) boundless play Neo-dadaism departures = spontaneous actions (scream in the concert hall) confrontations valet for 1 month real-time performance ( /vs/ theater ) performative staging of his biography (as researcher) (Xavier LeRoy) 02 view of eros sculptural-aleatoric process (Andreas Techler) love relationships have an unfettering effect (decentered; abandoning one's own standpoint) movements of a common desire experimental, sketch-like principle: Black Market logic of joy, pleasure and love Warburg => Nieslony, DG W. Benjamin => Nieslony 02 unbounded view Improvisations (1) (Brian Catling) demonstration of an idea (without audience participation) dialectics of behavior (Stuart Brisley) (John Sturgeon & Aysha Quinn) total improvisation (in music) = "purely“ performative ? polyscenic, simultaneous, fragmented theater (Artaud) All genuine life is encounter. ... Space and time are found in the encounter. (M. Buber) encounter (1) ASA: the art of the encounter Performance as reference The performer as transformer tries to keep his senses together (Verena Schwab, Foundation Schwab-Hensler) Fluxus Performance as a ritual of transition (FL) (PSi7: Transition) cf. absurd theater Performance improvisation Simultaneity Georges Bataille Roger Caillois Carmelo Bene => Gilles Deleuze Literature: Postmodernism and performance (book) Nick Kaye Marvin Carlson / Performance Intertextuality (article) Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Interventions / Ed. Opus International Editions Friederike Hassauer / Die Kunst der Entgrenzung (article) R. Barthes / Fragmente einer Sprache der Liebe Meditations on Tenderness of/in Performance (PSi7) / Peggy Phelan, Della Pollock, Rachel Hill, Judith Hamera unpredictability in the course of communication (Die Fabrikanten) cf. Happening settling in, destroying mimicry as appropriation of diverse disciplines (BN) (Peter Wolf) cf. also: infiltrating existing systems (Gianni Motti) attempt Parallelbewegung Transformation (ASA is transformation) Performance as transitional form of art (see above) dialogical approaches conflict discussions as service joint anxiousness Ritual and improvisation (Pauline Oliveros) Trickster (counterpoint critic) (Jacques van Poppel) Gertrude Stein => Performance (acc.to Bonnie Marranca) S. Freud => Viennese Actionists / Surrealists => Michel Journiac synchronicity principle: ASA interactive processuality (George Maciunas (namer), George Brecht, Bob Watts, Yoko Ono, T.Schmit, Joe Jones, Yoshimasa Wada, B.Vautier, G.Chiari, J.Hidalgo, W.Marchetti, Ayo (Ay-O), A.Köpcke, T.Kosugi, Christiansen, Eric Andersen, W. de Ridder, G. Hendricks, Milan Knizak, Dick Higgins, Phil Corner, Robert Watts, Alison Knowles, Nam June Paik, Charlotte Moorman, Ken Friedman, Takako Saito, Emmett Williams, Robert Filliou, Al Hansen, Ben Patterson, Larry Miller, Raphael Montanez Ortiz, Tomas Schmidt, G.Baruchello, Beuys, J.Dupuy, R. Morris, C. Oldenburg, C. Schneemann, D. Spoerri, W. Vostell, Zaj, R. Summers, Piki Soul,Mary Bauermeister, ...) Community Art Projects (PSi7) (Regina Hellwig-Schmidt, Horst Konietzny, Regina Frank, S.A,C. Modellers Club) exposed drawings (Senoner) the translation (GANG ART, BM) (Translation Transition Transformation – PSi7) artist dialogue (Raoul Marek) R.D.Laing => Stuart Brisley J. Berke (MA v. Laing) => DIAS Fluxus Adaption (Bob Lens) New type of fluxus (Sara Seagull, Neal Taylor) The artist is at the Service of the Community (Francisco Inarra) Performance as a new discipline or an interdisciplinary field. Joseph Roach: it is of course an anti-discipline (the trickster as guru of this anti-discipline) associations interactivity Michel Serres => Orlan (operation readings) Performance as link between sections (see right) Performance as breaking through structure (see above) commissioned intervention view of synergies (U. Wid) Kurt Levin => V. Acconci De Sade => John Duncan "Services“ "artistic service“ (project by A. Fraser & Helmut Draxler) cf. also reading seminars (R. Ganahl) lecture service (U. Wid) care of the handicapped (as service) (Christine and Irene Hohenbüchler) cf. projects by MAIS project theater (LE) (Team of: dancers, graphics artists, musicians, architects, ...) W. Reich => Viennese Actionists W. Reich => Atelier van Lieshout W. Reich => John Duncon convulsivist (Reichian) breathing exercises rent an artist (3) interdisciplinary works (Jiri Kovanda) interdisciplinary projects (Marcelo Exposito) Marcel Mauss => Sowa (habitus as form of practice) Yoga exercises: lead to (too) introverted concentration – all feelings extinguished (Grotowski) cf. Tao +Performance as tool +Performance as profiling facility Proto-Fluxus (Toshi Ichiyanagi, Jackson MacLow, David Tudor, Henry Flynt) Performance as guided tour (in the museum) – (A. Fraser, C.P.Müller, Christel Burmeister) interdisciplinary poet-researcher (INFuG: F. Kleuderlein, B. Kümmelmann, Hubert Sowa, Thomas Eisen) Bakhtin / Bachtin ! Erving Goffman ! interdisciplinary theater (LE) Circumscription of otherwise disintegrating theater languages (acting, music, installation, light poetry, singing, dancing) networks creating the in-between (see: list of networks) network idea (Jürgen Olbrich) (as service) Interdisciplinarity (as common characteristic of performances) (BN) (BM) (Schlemmer´s) theory of performance Artaud => Kristeva Julia Kristeva => Orlan (operation readings) Artaud => Orlan (operation readings) Post-Fluxus (Montagne Froide - Valentine Verhaege) Pragma-art (Pierangelo Maset) 03 interdisciplinarity view A.Artaud => Derrida ! => Foucault ! lecture artist (Stan Lafleur) Paul de Man Methods of infamy, vivisection, implosion (BN) cf.: support association for project art Second hand shop as art (Christine Hill) interdisciplinary actions Performativity of originally separated fields (of knowledge): performativity through interdisciplinarity (cf. Lyotard) W. James Austin ! => Sowa Searle ! Judith Butler !! => Ray Langenbach S. Zizek Luce Irigaray fundamental change in the approach to and way of dealing with the objects lecture performance (Marietheres Finkeldei) (Ray Langenbach, Yuji Sone, Ewjenia Tsanana, P. Arnold, Savier Klaro, Andrea Saemann) (Helena von Oldenburg) (Fritz Schwegler) lecture as form of action (P. Cuny, Kate Isler, Alex Silber) project-oriented art (Simon Beer) +Performance as medium for communicating art +Performance as mediated reality +Performance as value-setting achievement (BN) Performance as gestural situative event international communication technique = traditionally effective action (Marcel Mauss / Körpertechniken) G. Bateson Früher machten wir Pläne, heute sprechen wir von Projekten (PB) Jürgen Fritz R. Ganahl Ute Meta Bauer Wochenklausur ALMA Ralph Ortiz => Arthur Janov (impulse for primal scream therapy) Networker / electronic network work (Cesar Figueiredo, Nieslony, Padellun, Bernd von den Brincken) Martin Buber => B. Nieslony (dialogical approaches) communication settings services cf. Public Access projects (Stadtwerkstatt, Servus, FRO) Performance theory has to have an interdisciplinary arrangement (Prof. Dr. Bonnie Marranca) V. Flusser => M. Vojtechovsky M. Merleau-Ponty ! => Stelarc ASA Projekte: Die Gabe Gabe als Gesellschaftssinn the gift is the greatest, the oldest, the swingingest network that exists (Rirkrit Tiravanija) cf. exchange projects Service (as servant or waiter: Bruno-Peter Schärli) the performer as waiter in the gallery (Chris Burden) Hannah Arendt => B. Nieslony Council discussion: every theme needs its tools. The toolbox is the selection of critical instruments (theory). => Nieslony P. Bourdieu, Gebauer, Wulf => H.Sowa, Kosa Performance-Service-Art Davidson Feyerabend Putnam Hintikka Heidegger ! => H. Sowa, K. Rinke Heidegger => Foucault, Lehmann Gadamer => H. Sowa ASA = communication pool ASA = interactive art Ludwig Wittgenstein ! => Lyotard => H. Sowa (language game concept) => Fabrikanten Wittgenstein => James Lee Byars joint practice – gesture of showing "Werk-Zeuge " - tools testifying work art that provides services tools/instruments (in actu) in use (Pepi Meier – furniture deconstruction) lecture performance (Mike Hentz) (Xavier LeRoy) Lecture-Demonstration (Abramovic, W. Pfaff) performative lectures (INFuG) ASA in Bologna: (Padellun Rena Tangens, Raoul Marek, Boris Nieslony) cleaning services (Gelatin - naked) (CH 2 ART AS SERVICE: Daniel Hauser, Chiarenza) the opposite of control is service philosophical terminal (see above.) as service "learning with the body" passing something on through the "direct manipulation" of the body. See: performative knowledge (R. Schechner) cf. also habitus concept art as service offering (INFuG) M. Foucault => Ray Langenbach Artaud => Foucault Foucault => P. Bianchi (LKW) R. Barthes (intensive theater attendance.) action work with adolescents (M.-L.. Lange) future suitcase (Hannimari Jokinen) Hölderlin, Schelling, Nietzsche => H. Sowa (eliminating the difference between art and life) Performance: body-machine art teaching as art (INFuG) Literature: Die Kunst des Öffentlichen / article by Stella Rollig: Projektorientierte Kunst in den 90er Jahren Lesezimmer / Ute Meta Bauer Charon – Eine Ästhetik der Grenzüberschreitung / G. Raunig Bonnie Marranca (interdisciplinary performance theory) Alan D. Schrift / The Logic of the Gift Christel Weiler / Performance als Gabe (article) Get together – Kunst als Teamwork (cat.) Walking through society (yearbook) Peter Frank / Nachkriegs-Performance: Das Vermischen von Kunstformen und Kunstsparten (article / ars electr.) Marion Strunk / Vom Subjekt zum Projekt (article Kunstf. Bd. 152) being one's own tool A performance is supplied like a commodity. The Black Market actions are very close to this commodity character (BN) ASA should be much more free and floating. documentary theater (LE) scenic lecture (Georgsdorf, Lehner, Ritter, Binder) the service is the medium service as a technique of passing something on service offerings view = service view services in the community services for the recipient individual service offerings art as service offering church-service (U. Wid) F. Nietzsche => P. Bianchi (LKW) Viennese Actionists Foucault (life as a work of art) Shusterman, Rorty, Dilthey => H. Sowa the body as tool teaching as performance +Performance as communication guerilla Performance as communication continuous service as performance (ASA) Cultural Worker see: machine view (tools with a life of their own) ability didactic performance communicative action (nach Habermas) public production of art works (Cezary Bodznianowski) process-oriented forms of teaching De Certeau !! => B. Nieslony enactive aspects in fine art (Udo Wid) real work as performance (Bender/Nern: Firma B&N) Pragmatists: Charles Peirce, Rorty, Mead, Quine, Dewey, Dilthey, Fellmann, Shusterman material "machine": prostheses, hinges, models method = tool education as performative method (Eva Sturm) Performance as communication laboratory (Nenad Bogdanovic) ASA: The Art of Service ASA = art service association ASA should be a pure service / Service makes ASA visible away from commodity concept (cf. work view) action as tool lectures Flow = optimal performance (through anxiety-free situation) losing oneself in doing Kierkegaard performative pedagogy (Habil: Martina Koch) communication concepts of performance reflections on historical tools (Verena Kraft & Kurt Petz) philosophy as tool Presentation as performance (Udo Wid) performance theory epistemology dialogical approaches postmodern views crossover debate 04 influential thinkers project groups work performative practice (Performing Resistance) mobile office container counters, tradefair booths, office spaces, hotel lobbies as possible presentation forms Bertolazzi, Brecht => L. Althusser Performance art as critical pedagogy communication performance (Wulle Konsumkunst) utensils (materials / props) see: view of material Postdramatic theater praxis: different kinds of genres are conjoined in a presentation (dancing, performance, narrative theater, ...) All means are equally valuable 03 service view / project view The praxis paradigm takes the place of the poiesis paradigm (H. Sowa) Appeal J. Habermas (bodiless) Habermas => S. Szczelkun Performance as (new) "procedure" (see insight view) question and answer sessions (J. Beuys) communicative framework conditions cf. on this: performativity as view passing on performative processes are a core of learning communication projects (Chuke Stake) (Pomodoro Bolzano – (Max de Well)) (Hinrich Sachs) teacher => pupil K. Rinke => Karel Dudesek B. Nieslony => ... Marina Abramovic => ... office as performance substitute (?) performance as pedagogic (Christel Burmeister) (cf. also theater) +Performance as achievement +Performance as dilemma Service performer in suitcase (Yeun-Hi Pan) communication as art (Robert Reschkowski) art as communication ritual art as communication creating communication spaces (cf. Rirkrit Tiravanija, Die Fabrikanten) (Constanza Camelot) the power of communication cf. Servicebüro Hamburg cf. Büro Berlin (H. Pitz) cf. Sampler Büro Bert cf. Community Service (USA) cf. Depot (Vienna) (H. Sowa) the programmatic opening of the avant-gardist work concept in the direction of practical, performative forms of life participation approaches (pleasurable) laboratory of life (Victor Snessar) Alternative continuing education as performance (T junction) B.M.: objects as performers of equal worth „Dead-House-Walking“ (Social Impact) OÖ performance as value-setting achievement (BN) Sexuality (Carolee Schneemann, J. Klauke, Ulay Abramvic, G. Brus, V. Export, COUM: Genesis P. Orridge & Cosey Fanni Tutti, McCarthy, Frank Wedekind, Johanna Went, Marissa Carr, Brian D. Tripp, Gelatin) role of costumes (András Böröcz & Lásszló Révész) (Kyupi Kyupi) (Leigh Bowery) (Gelatine) avoiding communication (VLIES) action lecture (P. Weibel) (W.Hofmann minus delta t) instant intervention see also: moment art difference between: fabricating/making/building and acting/living/caring (H. Sowa) agit-lecture (2) games (2) On the gradual development of thoughts while speaking value transfer (CH 2 ART AS SERVICE) Performance as symposium, round tables, staged encounter (Adi Hoesle, Fabrikanten) question & conversation performance (forced entertainment) cf. archive cf. view of collecting cf. view of the organizing institution cf. political view: activism ad hoc performances (Wulle Konsumkunst) use of addictive substances/psychedelic agents (cf. Shamans) haptic experiences, skill, method capabilities specific practice of speaking and showing (INFuG) community-oriented work Masturbation as performance autoerotic performances (Elke Krystufek, Vito Acconci, Annie Sprinkle, G.Brus) Sex oral (Harri Schemm) palm of the hand (Allucquére Rosanne Stone) (Werkzeuggruppe des Konzils / minus delta t Black Market International) (office of dramaturgy and performance research - Vienna) permanent performance conference cf. Stadtwerkstatt as permanent conference opening addresses, appearances, presentations, scenic arrangements (INFuG) dialogues (Fabrikanten) Life ist art enough (Jürgen Olbrich) life situations Production aesthetics as outmoded view is superseded by the aesthetics of the performative (FL) techniques view tools of performance artists transported in boxes (Dudesek, Roi Vaara) cultural transport enterprise (minus delta t) (Tonga-Expedition: G. Ritter, G. Wagner) trans-latio (Matthias Jackisch & Elvira Santamaria) interventions (2) maneuver (2) (Canada) Performance as social political strategy telephone sex (Odette Le Blanc Practitioner) Performing Sex (Annie Sprinkle) breast performance / Sex worker (Mamiko Kawabata) 05 tool view resources view view of instruments limited publicity queer performances Transport (radical social changes due to new transport techniques durch neue Transporttechniken) (BN) Performance Art as critical pedagogy (Charles R. Garoian) destruction of communication (Ralf Filges) LKW life art Non-intentional actions (Fabrikanten) male duos: (ALMA – Alfred Hofstetter & Max Markus Frei, Patrick Sidler & Jörg Lenzinger, Joa Iselin & Christoph Ranzenhofer) AOS – Art Operating System (Zürich) (Bruno Peter Schärli, Peter Spillmann, Hans Wermelinger) performance techniques method view Reisetour / Audiotour (W. Pilar) (Christian Hasucha) means (media) of performance (see: media view) "dialogical“ performance art projects as communicative practice communicating with people on the street (Tatsumi Orimoto) Porno-Formance (Carol Queen) the role of public spaces for production (cf. project view) (art space = protected space) homosexual performance: gay perf., lesbian perf. (David Drake, Tim Miller, Holly Hughes, Karen Finley, John Fleck, Isaac Julien) urban space as prerequisite ? (urban view) media centers theater locations festival locations Recycling performance / ironized repetition of "classical" performance "pieces" (Ursula Palla) nomadism (Black Market) (Cooperation Project X) gay & lesbian, transsex. Performativity: re-valorizing team work (Lit.: Lyotard) cf. art as teamwork (GANG ART) leaving traces as performance (Gunter Demnig) Ariadne Thread nomadic performances delivery runs as performance (Padellun) conversation as performance (Hinrich Sachs) (Andrej Dudek-Dürer) (Eva & Adele) (KUSCH) (Laura Kikauka) (Geert Duintjer) (Klat und pac) counterexample: Festival of the Regions Methods of discontinuity of series of autonomy of differentiated dependencies of parallel movements of ironic substitution auto-aggression auto-destruction (G. Metzger) Lust the performance – an operating system of art Performer as teacher: Nieslony, Abramovic, Hubbard, Zeca Ligiero, ... Crossover & Bricolage Tele-Performances (Stadttwerkstatt – Checkpoint) (Mia Zabelka) Participation-Tele-Performance (Nam June Paik, Allan Kaprow) Interaction art as translation (GANG ART) (PSi7) skin cuts: V. Export Gina Pane Raul Zurita Diamela Eltit knife's edge (Carola Riess) absolute freedom denouncing the rites of art (Kees Mol) Performance art = free art – The art of freedom (Z. Warpechowski) performance space as transit space Urban Performances – Performing The City (PSi7) education is not to "be had", it must occur processually (Pazini) traveling as performance telephone performance (Markus Hensler) (STWST) (Thorsten Kellermann) Performance as a special kind of interaction reaching a high degree of being-in-the-body through self-injury self-jeopardizing body work (Tibor Hajas) (Chris Burden) the self at stake(FS) (Brus, Ben Vautrier) life art instead of lifestyle (PB) Kunst als Lebensform The Influence of Globalisation on Performance (PSi7) the art of travelling (Kunstforum – Paolo Bianchi) (minus delta t) Triggering actions becomes an artistic task (P. Maset) "teaching" as gestural- situative event (cf. NLP) life and work as unit/ every public act = performance (James Lee Byards) public "production" of art works (art factory / curator Hattinger) Laura Kikauka, Leo Schatzl, Sabine Zimmermann et al. (Perf. at Posthof), ... intermedia approaches in performance art (Valie Export) (Tina Keane) (Barbara Konopka) (Palindrom) prelingual image dependency (also with new media) Flow – most unmediated communication crossing the Atlantic in a sailboat (Bas Jan Ader) self-injury/pain (Tibor Hajas, Gina Pane, Chris Burden, Petr Stembera, Jerzy Truszkowski, Z. Warpechowski, Danny Devos, G. Brus, M. Abramovic, Ron Athey, Bob Flanagan, Franko B, Michel Journiac, H.G. Herrmann, W. Kazmierczak, ...) self-experiments: (Denis Oppenheim – sunburn) (Barry L Va – smashing against the wall) (Norbert Stück) the activity of producing and carrying out (takes the place of the product) (LE) ASA = methodic change of lenses (BN) philosophies and sciences of becoming (Proj.: Kinetographien) Literature: Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) Hubert Sowa / Nach Duchamp und Heidegger: Kunst, verlernen Anita Cherian / (PSi7) Performing the Region – Nation the conference as "laboratory for action" The performer is a pontifex (bridge builder) Reiseprojekte (Marianne Tralau) private performances (for photo works) (Colette, Jürgen Klauke, R. Schwarzkogler) body in pain (Scarry) investigative working method (R. Tiravanija) the inaccessible performance living in exhibition spaces for several weeks (Klat und pac) (Udo Wid) view of presentation view of depiction view of reproduction Ausbildungssicht view of producing view of fabricating (shifts more into focus again) Collage, Montage (Jochen Gerz) Lust am Moment (Vollrad Kutscher) with INTERMEDIA the finished product is always just a set piece of the process (Konrad Schnitzler) creating an "aesthetic laboratory and workshop situation" (M.-L. Lange) (category 06 experimental actions) 06 education view view of educators (teaching) plurimedia theater (LE) pain automatically generates a more active reception on the part of the viewer acts of violence against the body (Zhang Huan) close to torture (Shi Sen Chen) Living Projects performance theory dialogical approaches operating system discourse cf. poster sections: context approaches- in art and science Replacement of the paradigm of the production => Turning toward paradigm of reception (Sowa) Media as superfluous accessory (BN) joy of experimentation mail art scene travel art (Ko DE Jonge, Niall Monro, Ed Varney, Juan J. Agius) Perfect Performance (James Lee Byars) the perfect performance Performance is intermedia art per se living intermedia sculpture everyday behavior self-torment (not accepted: A´battery A“) 04 view of artistic production 60's: new spirit of experimentation Experimental art audience performance borderline situations real performance risk situations: electricity, fire, dangerous materials, knives, drugs, extreme duration, hanging, piercing, ... (cf. torture practices) the author regards himself as a producer (FS) transport view / view of the journey projections in a "performance triptych“ (Robert Longo) Intermediality (as common characteristic of performances) (1) photo performance extreme situations (panic due to lack of oxygen: Peter Gilles) (Jan Mlcoch) lack of breath to unconsciousness (Gilles) this point is considered a superstructure for several neighboring views Performance as creative field of experimentation (see right) (Kees Mol, Alastair MacLennan, Harrie de Kroon, Geert Duintjer, Carole Schneemann, C. Palestine, Seiji Shimoda, Richard Martel, Irma Optimist, Hayley Newman, Z. Warpechowski, Chen Chieh Yen, Ma Liuming, B. Nieslony, Thomas Kumleh, Markus Schwaighofer, Elvira Santamaria) Transgressive bodies revolutionary performance approaches (expansions, transformations, renewal) Performance as dilemma (see above) performance as mediated reality performance educators (see: curators, editors) seminars Performative aspects in photography action and accident (sensation of falling) (McCarthy) bondage seeing an everyday situation and turning it into a performance / 1:1 transfer (not mimicry, not mimesis) Performance as autonomous art (?) see also: performance as translation performative pedagogy (BKH Gutmann, Mariko Mori, M.C. Chaimovicz, Ma Liuming, Stephen Laub) Intermedia / mixed means shifting the boundaries of body, pain and risk "Risk behavior" as imaginable basic pattern for performances => the unplanned (Hinrich Sachs) challenging the physical body – walking over glass (Rebecca Belmore) standing on ice (C. Schmidt- Chemnitzer) perceiving oneself (mirrored) in the other (Surachai Ekphalakorn) Projection with speaking voice (James Coleman) physical exceptional situations (Stephan Us) spitting ice .... Intermedium (Happening) everyday relics change of paradigm (cf. performative turn) teaching and learning situation with the audience (Pino Poggi) (Chris Reinicke) Performance as the blood of the media uninhibited performances (Kees Mol) Siehe auch: Servicesicht trans-formation /vs/ formation walk and posture determined by high heels (Vanessa Beecroft, Gelatin – cleaning action) confrontations (2) (Etant Donnes) perfect bodies deformed bodies (Lee Wen) everyday objects container (Carola Willbrand) the conference as "laboratory for action" enlightenment through action view of communication Body boundaries (skin incisions, self-experiments, ....) skin-like clothing (Regina Frank) clothing printed with body parts (Katharina Trost) (Inge Broska) (Theresa Drache) (Hans-Jörg Tauchert) vernissage ritual: as celebration of thanksgiving, initiation, rite of passage Media performances: other media (without electronic media): Monty Cantsin, Jason Lim, Mike Hentz, Karel Dudeseck Padeluun, Franklin Aalders Ralf Samens, Ben & Sam body language: breaking through the boundaries of convention with performance (Tony Morgan) habitus = gait (GANG ART) performative generation of belonging (to groups) / Code Communities (Jean-Claude Schmidt) common store of gestures, rituals and signs curiosity-interest-system / pleasurable innovation (pleasurable channeling of new feelings and thoughts anti-mimetic ... (LE) performative aspects of the presentation of fine art (vernissage speeches, accompanying actions) glued to the wall (Roi Vaara) stuck to the ceiling (Roi Vaara) broom (Qing Qing Chen) media performance theory of pure form (LE) revoking mimesis (orientation to painting) performativity through inventing or carrying out new game rules (Lit.: Lyotard) 07 view of media redesigning one's own body (Orlan) table performances (Janet Haufler, B. Nieslony, BBB Johannes Deimling, Dziugas Katinas, Regula Kopp, Mario Ohno, Seiji Shimoda) Tischsituationen / Tischregeln (Ralf Filges) (Ulla Rauh) Tischtransaktionen (Fabrikanten, Nieslony) Performance of the body ("believable performance": identity) Suspensions (skin hooks – Stelarc) (cf. Fuckhead) skin hooks (H.G. Herrmann) most sublime moments of physical presence cleaning actions (Gelatin) deformation (Denis Masi) (Li A- Roca) dances from gestures (Pina Bausch) (Peter Weibel, V. Export, Etoy) (Pyromania: B.N. Hiesserer) view of electronic media radical expansion of the concept of art "open concept of art" poesie d´action extreme body art (Wen Lee) Identität u. Habitus (s.r.) poetry with body language anarchic body avant-garde since Nietzsche (cf. Foucault) breast incisions joined with operation needles (JOKO: Karin Jost & Regula J. Kopp) pain through connection (in nettles) (see above) Performance as profiling facility expanded performance body language as sculpture (Beuys) view of mediality practical performative forms of living (H. Sowa) multimediality performances crossing physical boundaries (category 01 according to M.-L. Lange) (time´s up) "emptying" and "purifying" the body physical borderline states (Charlemagne Palestine) body knowledge body memory gesticulation (La Ribot) a choreographology is missing (gen. theory of gestures) video performances mediality as performativity avant-gardist isms are superseded by ideas and contexts (PB) multimedia performance transformation from showing to showing performative and body-language surplus see also: mimicry of life essential body experiences (Sylvette Babin) body language (Manfred Vänci Stirnemann, Boris Nieslony, Jürgen Olbrich, Robert Fillious -> , Alain Gibertie) (Stuart Brisley) affective communication, emotional contagion and enslavement: art is a social phenomenon with strongly affect- driven components: facial expression, posture, voice, gestures media aesthetics and performative practice (Mattenklott) on: (Ron Athey, Laura Aguilar, Matthew Barney, Eva u. Adele, Mary Kelly, Rachel Rosenthal, ...) furniture chopper (Pepi Meier) chair destruction (Ralph Ortiz) Performance theory (game rules of art) view of ideas behavior research (Thomas F. Fischer, Joan Jonas, Christina Kubisch, Fabrizio Plessi, Marcel Odenbach, Nam June Paik, Charlotte Moorman, Ulrike Rosenbach, Pipilotti Rist, M.Bienvenue, Gershon Berkowitz, Tomás Ruller, Peter Land, Matthew Barney, ....) body archeology (body's capacity for remembering – Grotowski) physical view – achievement (see also view of achievement) chemical "moods" (Dopamin, Epinephrin, Serotonin) body as language (Gina Pane) see also: Behavior Tableaut catatonic position (cramp) (G. Brus) gesture of the physical (Rachel Rosenthal) (Paul Demarinis) (Sang-Jin Lee) (Station Rose: Gary Danner & Elisa Rose) (Valie Export) (Orlan) (Stelarc) (GANG ART) (James Partaik) (Sylvette Babin) (Mark Dijkstra) (Amsterdam Ballons) (The Dark Bob) (Max Frazee) (Marlene Madison Plimley) (Gordon Monahan) (Milos Vojtechovsky) (Perry Hobermann) (Maricruz Penaloza) (Pyromania (B.N. Hiesserer)) (Jürg Schmoll) Behavior Art 08 body view / gustative view research projects by Prof. Wulf family rituals (Bourdieu reference) rituals in school 05 view of innovation Pantomime The Every Day(ly) (PSi7) collective term: cf. expanded theater cf.: Grand Gesture behavior animalist behavior Japanese body work body therapy (G. Pesonnier) media of movement body as medium taste, incorporating Public body (M. Abramovic) emotionalization of communication through gestures general patterns of behavior (FS) (Michael Buthe, Jet Ferro, Hans Eykelboon) view of art criticism behavior experiments body work 09 everyday view Theater of gestures and movements (gestus) (Reindeer Werk: Tom Puckey, Dirk Larsen) see also: attitudes Gesturing bodies: (Yves Klein, Ben Vautier, Charles Ray, Erwin Wurm, Arnulf Rainer, ...) the performance of the body (performativity) Feldenkrais Method (Julie-Andree Tremblay) Gender Behavior and Codification of Gestures (T junction) Telephone Performance (Bob Wilhite, Minus delta t) performer as researcher of gestures and gesticulation (W. Hofmann) (Rachel Echenberg) Video or performance installation (Gary Hill, Bill Viola, Muda Mathis, Tadasu Takamine, Kubisch + Plessi Martine Aballéa, Serge Comte) (2) TV performance Discours du corps Nao Bustamante Skip Arnold, Kees Mol (BM) Zbigniew Warpechowski Orlan, Roi Vaara Marina Abramovic Harrie de Kroon Nikolaus Urban Jan Bas Ader, Koop Seiji Shimoda Ken Unswort. Mike Parr Robert Faguy, Ishi Mitsutaka Marco Klaassen, Ralf Berger Glyn Davies Marshall Bruce Nauman Ulay = Uwe Laysiepen Rebecca Horn Klaus Rinke, Timm Ulrichs Denis Oppenheim Matty Jankowski William Wegman Christine Bänninger RIA Pacquée, Atau Tanaka Phillip Warnell, Salvo Drama in Real Life (minor accidents – with bike into the canal) (Jan Bas Ader) Minimal Performances (BBB.J. Deimlinger) body works Habitual behavior patterns habitual behavior (FS) multimedia approaches in performance art performance /vs/ behavior (Elio Mariani) (Thomas F. Fischer) (Stuart Brisley) (Albert Mayr) New Media (Christian van de Borght) body performance (Fuckhead) tongue traces (Gillian Dyson) art corporel art corporal gesticulation / signs of expression poses (Bruce MacLean) (Lucas Samaras) (V. Beecroft) intensified gestures (Stelarc) gesture bodies everyday performance (Stadtwerkstatt) living Environments primary gestures masculine attitudes (Ilija Soskic) feedback disciplining see above Ponton Medias: (B. Heidersberger, K. Dudesek, S. Vanasco, M. Hentz) (Franz Kaltenbäck) Performance as synaesthetic montage of action strands, aesthetic means and media (category 10 according to M.-L. Lange) ... Working with multimedia means. Semantic unity in the sense of a gesamtkunstwerk (cf. view) practically every imaginable physical activity has been investigated (real time activity) gestures Gesture Dance (Schlemmer) (2) soap performance closed circuit procedure Body art & Butoh (Mark Steger) Leading actor in one's own life? (Gérald) (attitude – imitated sculptures) attitudes elementary forms of behavior (not rationally controlled) (A. Rainer, Reindeer Werk) body art gestic painting (see right) living pictures like in the baroque era (Colette: celebrated her life in designed environments) Gesture (French) = Action traces of a (living) body (Stefan Berchtold & Ingolf Keiner) aesthetics of the living gestural performance skinning performance (Viktorine Müller, Irene Bachmann) (Barbie Cyborg (V.M.)) (Miriam Steinhauser) extreme gestures similar to painting cybertechnology and performance electronic performance Performance at the intersection of art and everyday life Gestures extremely personal forms of behavior (as cultural achievement) body as material (material actions: Otto Muehl, H. Nitsch) Gutai: material actions body-material-interaction (Valie Export) see also: tableaux vivants (Mathew Wilson, Mark Alice Durant, Ilija Soskic) multimedia largest scale performances (Kunst & Kravall: Stadtwerkstatt) robot performances digital performance (P. Weibel) father of body art: G. Brus Real time performance via Internet (Michael Schaowanasai) body fragmentation in the performance Performance as primal human language (2) (LE) Theater is first of all a form of behavior and then art family life with children as performance (Shirley Cameron & Roland Miller) computer performances High-tech-Theater Everyday life (Marcia Tucker) everyday gestures (Gelatin) gestic performances Interactive audio tour (Tagny Duff) body sculpture (1) simulated events ("Wall Street performance“ / Momoyo Torimitsu) (Stelarc) Performing Internet (PSi7) Computer games (Paul Demarinis) naked performances (V. Beecroft) (Spencer Tunick) inscribed in the body (incorporation) communication theory / NLP pedagogy / art pedagogy (game rules of art) theater theory nomadology discourse body theory body philosophy / body sociology see also: view of orality over 50% of communication is nonverbal (gestures, facial expression, posture) (2) extended performance science on and for the human being relocation action (J. Lothar Schröder) 06 gestic view deconstructions (Rafael Montanez Ortiz) The dominants of drama and illusion are migrating to the media, whereas the currentness of performance becomes the new dominant of the theater (LE) see in detail: machine view gesture as guarantee of the statement transformed bodies projected onto dancer bodies (K. Obermaier & Chris Haring) art corporel (Gina Pane) cybernetic research (Sadie Plant) body as instrument (Matthew Barney) body as tool Alchemy of everyday Allotropy of everyday impenetrability (Hubbard & Birchler) mythology of the profane violence as critical instrument (2) habitual view see body extensions: (Stelarc) learning the language of the body invitation into intimate spaces (Barbara Smith – naked) cf. role of nonverbal communication with G. Bateson (double bind ...) "how" something is communicated brutality as fundamental position (2) media shamans (Jürgen Fritz) body orifices (P. Rist, Gebrüder Kunst) uplifting energy-conserving behaviors feeding (Stefan Halter, Franz Gratwohl) everyday chaos (Sandy MacFadden) n.b.: separated from body view surveillance as performance (Julia Scher) The Avant Guard in Action (T.R. Uthco) media performances electronic media: Old Boys Network, (Helena von Oldenburg), Frauen und Technik, Gruber, Mike Hentz, Karel Dudesek, Richard Kriesche, P. Weibel, Regina Frank, Hayley Newman, Pipilotti Rist, Kira Wu body as sound box lust greed (Monty Cantsin, Jason Lim, Helinä Hukkataival, H.A. Schult, John Bock, Tom Murin) The postdramatic body is a body of gesture (LE) drinking performances (Jürgen Raap) dinner performances hunger as basic sensation (fasting 33 days: Ernst Len) fasting (R. Schwarzkogler) starving (K. Etschmann) action-analytical commune (Otto Muehl) Private performance – collective "departures" (Stadtwerkstatt) Dionysian actions intoxicating, ecstatic Dionysus ritual (Etant Donnes: Eric Hurtado, Marc Hurtado) philosophy of intoxication (H. Nitsch) Roman orgiastic culture of gorging (Ro Ma Ma Chine: Cecile Noldus, Mike Hentz) Bioenergetic performance (R.M. Ortiz) Dada Shave (Anna Banana & Bill Gaglione) trash performances trash art everyday mental state as (affective) point of departure artificiality of the everyday (Emil Gropoz) What separates real life from performance? publicly peeling vegetables: (Devora Neumark) Neoism (performances of the 80s) (Stuart Home) interactive real-time video systems (Gretchen Schiller) anti-minimalist movement / quasi- baroque style Cooking/Kitchen as performance cooking & gift cooking & communication (P. Arlt – fünf ingenöre, Kubelka, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Matthew Ngui) kitchen pieces (Attila Kosa) cooking art (Spoerri, Mario Ohno) (transpublic: transpikante Erfahrungswelten) Hell Cuisine (W. Grillitsch, E. Knöß, H. Müller) (see also: celebration) as the turkey (Mechthild Barth) smelling and tasting rituals (OM Nitsch) eat art Trash-TV and trash-aesthetics (Schlingensief) decollage happening "seeing" with the body Ritualistic bodies (see also: rituals) Media burn (Ant Farm: Chip Lord, Hudson Marquez, Doug Michaels, Curtis Schreier) Job as measure of life work (Devora Neumark) Can we no longer bear "direct" (non-transmitted) reality? (A´battery A“) Is this "directness" a chance for performance ? raising awareness of banal processes Actionism body in honey, rolling in feathers or hair (Barbara Sturm) sitting in vinegar (Julie-Andree Tremblay) see: action physical body as painting ground (Barbara Smith) fascination of the banal raising awareness of important activities (Mierle Laderman Ukeles) media theory / media discourse media studies media anthropology communication theory information theory net discourse / cyber discourse simulation discourse revolutionary performances theater of subversion daily life koans 07 subversion view / media-critical view (Andrés Pereiro-Schmidt) "getting wasted" "total action" (Muehl) "piss action" (Muehl) smearing edibles (Karen Finley) (Andre Stitt) (the kipper kids – Harry Kipper) Viennese Actionism physical investigations with the body (bending, falling, folding, walking, hanging, leaning, ....) (Ken Unsworth) (Barry La Va) (Tara Babel & Andre Stitt) (Gebrüder Kunst) work as performance (Servie Janssen) Extremes of doing nothing and the boundaries of self-control (Chris Burden, ...) (see above) Performance as communication guerilla subversive communication systems Orgies-Mysteries- Theater (cf. ceremony art / Celebration art) plots the daily, the daily story (the koan) media guerilla (gettoattack) (Bucky Grinberg) (Hermann Nitsch, G. Brus, Rudolf Schwarzkogler) Art of walking (Tony Morgan) (Mike Pearson) (Alexander Schmid) (Fabrikanten: walking with no intentions) ironic way of dealing with communication technologies (Franz John & Merit Aton) the physical body as the sensing and sensed body (Ana Mendieta) suffering bodies (Martyrs) (Bob Flanagan, Ron Athey, Eleanor Antin, ...) representation and excess (ketchup/chocolate sauce instead of blood/feces) (Paul McCarthy) Koans - daily life plots extract of a story (B. Nieslony) daily plots (Kristinn G. Hardarson) sex, blood and flesh rituals taking blood (Peter Gilles) (Ray Langenbach) dough – mouth formation (Ann Hamilton) Theater of blood (Artaud) Ritualize/fetishize/highlight the ordinary (Joelle Ciona) Performance = Production and reproduction of corporeality everyday logic, logic of joy /vs/ logic of fear, logic of anger, logic of mourning (Hans-Jörg Marti) corporeality of feelings the real organ of feeling is the entire body transgressive bodies electro-welding and other craft elements (Angelika Thomas & De Chirico) physical body /vs/ body schema as physical body, the structure relinquishes itself (B/Ph.B) as body, it internalizes itself is inscribed in the body The aspect of the physical body is presentation The aspect of the body is representation Literature: Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Richard Kostelnatz / On Innovative Performance(s) (book) Marcel Mauss / Körpertechniken (article) Hubert Klocker (Diss.) / Der Wiener Aktionismus. Das Orgien-Mysterien- Theater. Eine performancetheoretische Studie Literature: Kunstforum Bd. 137 Atlas der Künstlerreisen Frauen, Kunst und neue Medien / Ed. Heidi Richter et al. Ute Ritschel / Symposion 2001: Performance art & Pädagogik Terretoires Nomades Hanne Seitz (Ed.) / Schreiben auf Wasser Performative Verfahren in Kunst, Wissenschaft und Bildung (book on the symposium: Performance u. Lehre) Charles R. Garoian Marie-Luise Lange / Schneisen im Heuhaufen – Formen von Performance Kunst (article) Hubert Sowa (INFuG) / Kunstpädagogik und Praxisparadigma (article) Robert Filliou / Lehren und Lernen als Aufführungskünste Eva Sturm / (article) Kunstf. Bd. 152 Literature: (... continued) V. Flusser / Gesten Karl Gröning / Hände Erving Goffman / On Facework: An Analysis of Ritual Elements in Social Interaction (article) Lea Vergine / Body Art and Performance The Body as Language Gregory Bateson / Ökologische Kommunikation P. Bourdieu (Habitus/Hexis) Gesten u. Körperinszenierungen im Mittelater K.-J. Pazzini Martina Koch (Habilitation) / performative Pädagogik self-confirmation by licking the body (B. Johannes Blume) Literature: Dirmoser (DG) (study) Wer fliegt – Abenteuer Kommunikation / Die Fabrikanten Dirmoser (DG) (study): STWST – TV M. Serres / Der Parasit Handbuch der Kommunikationsguerilla Luther Blissett, Sonja Brünzels Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Philip Auslander / Performance in a Mediatized Culture (book) Bausch & Sting / Forschungsprojekt: Medien und Rituale Philippe Dubois / Der fotographische Akt H. Böhme, P. Matussek / Computer als Gedächtnistheater J. Fohrmann / Textur und Performanz: Medientheorien im Vergleich J.L. Schröder (lecture) / Blende und Traumzeit – Performance u. Medien Martina Leeker / (PSi7) Performativity and Notions of Media Literature: (... continued) Cyberdance – Performance u. neue Medien / Martina Leeker (article): ... bio-elektronische Performances Ruth Schnell (article): Performance u. interaktive Medienkunst Sophia Totzeva / (PSi7) Differenz und Identität – Medientransformation als Wiederholung Wolf-Dieter Ernst / (PSi7) Body Check: How to perform the body in mediated Culture without getting tired? Diane Howard, Stan Dyer / (PSi7) Translation, Transition, and Transformation in Cyberspace Translating into Cyberspace (PSi7) Anja Diefenbach, Barbara Büscher, Steve Dixon, Martina Leeker Barbara Büscher / (PSi7) Cybernetic Transformation in Performance. Körper u. Medien, (rück)gekoppelt queer theory / gender studies sexuality discourse / AIDS debate Body theory / body philosophy body sociology dance theory / new body theories phenomenology of perception revulsion theory bioenergetic therapy everyday prohibitions (1968) (Project: Paradise now) body view /vs/ physical body view the art of existing ritualizing the everyday (R. Schwarzkogler) (Thomas F. Fischer) The concept of "performance“ dominates American culture as a way of viewing everyday activity (Bonnie Marranca) 08 physical body view everyday situations (Anna Dancikova) sociology (Bourdieu) cultural studies new subjectivism privatism debate life philosophy (game rules of art) 09 everyday view Literature: The explicit body in performance (book) Rebecca Schneider Powerful Bodies (book) Victoria Best & Peter Collier (Ed.) Küchenlatein – Performance – Drehbuch 1989 (on Lili Fischer) On Cooking (Performance Research) Hermann Nitsch – Leben und Arbeit Danielle Spera Stefan Brecht / Queer Theatre M. Merleau Ponty (entire work) W. Reich, M. Foucault, F. Nietzsche Martina Leeker (article) / Der Körper des Schauspielers/Performers als ein Medium Literature: (... continued) V. Flusser / Gesten Erving Goffman / On Facework: An Analysis of Ritual Elements in Social Interaction (article) Lea Vergine / Body Art and Performance The Body as Language Peter Gorsen / Sexualästhetik, Grenz- formen der Sinnlichkeit im 20. Jahrh. Erving Goffman / Stigma M. Haerder & Sumie Kawai (Ed.) / Butoh Die Rebellion des Körpers Charlie Spencer (Ed.) / a catalog of Queer performance Literature: (... continued) Kate Ince / Between the Acts: Orlan, Performance and Performativity (in: Powerful Bodies) !!! Tracey Warr, Amelia Jones / The artist´s body (book) !!! Marcel Mauss (lecture.) / Körpertechniken Jean-Luc Nancy Prof. Hermann Schmitz – Neue Phänomenologie (Differenz von Körper und Leib) / (book) Der Leib, der Raum und die Gefühle W. Pfaff u.a. / Der sprechende Körper Siemke Böhnisch / Gewalt auf der Bühne Literature: Marvin Carlson / Performance – a critical introduction (book) !! Atelier van Lieshout / the good, the bad + the ugly (catalogue book) Stadtwerkstatt in Arbeit (catalogue book) Jürgen Schilling / Aktionskunst. Identität von Kunst und Leben? !! Alan Read (PSi7) / Theatre and Everyday Life Davied E.R. George Bonnie Marranca M. Foucault / Der Brauch der Lüste (originally.: „Das Leben als Kunstwerk“) L.B. Clark / (PSi7) The Everyday Life of Objects extreme large page shift with scrollbar