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    Groin, Groins!

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    Dance

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    "Dance surveys the choreographic turn in the arts from the 1950s onwards, exploring the philosophies of movement instrumental to the development of experimental dance, the concepts of embodiment, corporeality, choreopolitics, and the notion of dance in an expanded field" -- p. [4] of cover

    Performing Archives/Archives of Performance

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    "Performing Archives/Archives of Performance contributes to the ongoing critical discussions of performance and its disappearance, of the ephemeral and its reproduction, of archives and mediatized recordings of liveness. The many contributions by excellent scholars and artists from a broad range of interdisciplinary fields as well as from various locations in research geographies demonstrate that despite the extensive discourse on the relationship between performance and the archive, inquiry into the productive tensions between ephemerality and permanence is by no means outdated or exhausted. New ways of understanding archives, history, and memory emerge and address theories of enactment and intervention, while concepts of performance constantly proliferate and enable a critical focus on archival residue. Covering philosophical inquiries as well as discussions of specific artworks, performances, and archives, the contributions to the field of performance studies and one of its central concern: performance and its disappearance and reproduction" -- p. [4] of cover

    Questioning History : Imagining the Past in Contemporary Art

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    "Within contemporary visual art and photography there has for a number of years been a growing interest in history. And that has been while history is being presented as 'the' history with decreasing certainty, since social upheavals have, over the course of recent decades, led to a different view of 'the' history. The mass media have assumed the role of historiographers on a massive scale. The flip-side of this development is that visual culture is gradually losing the ability to convey history in all its variety. The mediatization and globalization of our culture is therefore leading to the dulling of our collective historical awareness. In reaction to this, contemporary artists are asking increasingly critical questions about the way in which the representation of the past is constructed. The attention paid to history among visual artists, photographers, filmmakers and other image producers may indeed be nothing new, but Questioning History focuses on recent developments that are essentially different in their handling of images. By proceeding from an inventory of artists' mentalities, methodologies and interests, this collection of essays will serve as an impulse for further analysis and interpretation of the theme and its modern-day relevance. This gives this publication the potential to develop into a statement, description and benchmark that attracts international attention" -- p. [4] of cover

    Tell It To My Heart : Collected by Julie Ault

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    Türme: 41 Graphiken von Jan Voss

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    Publication consists of 41 prints by Jan Voss, bound in 1 volume

    Transfert/Trans-faire

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