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Portraits In The Presence Of Marina Abramovic

Author : Marco Anelli
ISBN : 8862087241
Genre : Photography
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Previously unseen documentation of Abramovi?'s The Artist Is Present, on the landmark performance's 10th anniversary In 2010, Marina Abramovi? (born 1946) staged The Artist Is Present; it would quickly become one of her most iconic projects. For three months, Abramovi? sat at a table in the central atrium of the Museum of Modern Art in New York for eight hours a day while museum visitors were invited to sit in a chair opposite her for as long as they felt was necessary. Although Abramovi? simply held their gazes in silence for the entire time that they remained seated, each participant reacted in profoundly different ways. Some wept while others held back laughter; some stayed in their seats for five minutes, others for five hours. Throughout the piece's duration, Italian photographer Marco Anelli (born 1968) carried out his photographic project capturing each sitter's reaction and Abramovi?'s response in turn, noting how long they sat with one another. His photographs represent a wide spectrum of emotional responses across thousands of faces, including the more recognizable visages of celebrities like Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Björk and Sharon Stone. This collection of photographs--some of which have never been published before--is both a chronicle of Abramovi?'s seminal project and a stunning portrait of humanity. Anelli's documentation of the unforgettable performance reveals the vulnerability inherent in every human connection, no matter how seemingly inconsequential.

Marco Anelli

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The artist's studio occupies a unique place in the popular imagination. Its environment is both the site of the artist's creative production, and a deeply private, personal space that nourishes and bears witness to the artist's working process, in a continuous interplay with its location, layout, interior and ambience. This rare access to the studio by a trusted visitor provides a unique opportunity to experience the lives of artists working in New York, through their methods, materials and influences, contained within the intimate space of the studio, and observed with an acutely sensitive eye. Artist Studios in New York - which Marco Anelli has been exploring since 2011 - leads the viewer into the creative process of internationally famous artists such as Alex Katz, Alfredo Jaar, Cecily Brown, Dan Colen, Elisabeth Peyton, Francesco Clemente, Jack Pierson, Joan Jonas, Joyce Pensato, Jonas Mekas, Jordan Wolfson, Julian Schnabel, Julie Mehretu, Kiki Smith, Lawrence Weiner, Mariko Mori, Marina Abramovic, Matthew Barney, Mickalene Thomas, Nate Lowman, Pat Steir, Rob Wynne, Robert Longo, Stanley Whitney, Tony Oursler, Ugo Rondinone, Urs Fisher, Vik Muniz.

The Museum Of Modern Love

Author : Heather Rose
ISBN : 9781474611657
Genre : Fiction
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'One of my stand-out Australian reads from 2016 . . . A glorious novel, meditative and special' Hannah Kent, author of BURIAL RITES Arky Levin, a film composer in New York, has promised his wife that he will not visit her in hospital, where she is suffering in the final stages of a terminal illness. She wants to spare him a burden that would curtail his creativity, but the promise is tearing him apart. One day he finds his way to MOMA and sees Mariana Abramovic in The Artist is Present. The performance continues for seventy-five days and, as it unfolds, so does Arky. As he watches and meets other people drawn to the exhibit, he slowly starts to understand what might be missing in his life and what he must do.

Everyday World Making Toward An Understanding Of Affect And Mothering

Author : Julia Lane
ISBN : 9781772581522
Genre : Social Science
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This cross-disciplinary collection considers the intersection of affect and mothering, with the aim of expanding both the experiential and theoretical frameworks that guide our understanding of mothering and of theories of affect. It brings together creative, reflective, poetic, and theoretical pieces to question, challenge, and re-conceptualize mothering through the lens of affect, and affect through the lens of mothering. The collection also aims to explore less examined mothering experiences such as failure, disgust, and ambivalence in order to challenge normative paradigms and narratives surrounding mothers and mothering. The authors in this collection demonstrate the theoretical and practical possibilities opened up by a simultaneous consideration of affect and mothering, thereby broadening our understanding of the complexities and nuances of the always changing experiences of world-making.

Walk Through Walls

Author : Marina Abramovic
ISBN : 9780241974513
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'Her bravest work of performance art to date . . . Rawly intimate' Observer This memoir spans Marina Abramovic's five decade career, and tells a life story that is almost as exhilarating and extraordinary as her groundbreaking performance art. Taking us from her early life in communist ex-Yugoslavia, to her time as a young art student in Belgrade in the 1970s, where she first made her mark with a series of pieces that used the body as a canvas, the book also describes her relationship with the West German performance artist named Ulay who was her lover and sole collaborator for 12 years.

Romantic Intimacy

Author : Nancy Yousef
ISBN : 9780804788274
Genre : Literary Criticism
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How much can we know about what other people are feeling and how much can we sympathize or empathize with them? The term "intimacy" captures a tension between a confidence in the possibility of shared experience and a competing belief that thoughts and feelings are irreducibly private. This book is an interdisciplinary study of shared feeling as imagined in eighteenth-century ethics, romantic literature, and twentieth-century psychoanalysis. Original interpretations of Hume, Rousseau, Kant, Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Austen show how mutual recognition gives way to the appreciation of varied, nonreciprocal forms of intimacy. The book concludes with accounts of empathy and unconscious communication in the psychoanalytic setting, revealing the persistence of romantic preoccupations in modernity. Yousef offers a compelling account of how philosophical confidence in sympathy is transformed by literary attention to uneven forms of emotional response, including gratitude, disappointment, distraction, and absorption. In its wide-ranging and eclectic engagement with current debates on the relationship between ethics, affect, and aesthetics, the book will be crucial reading for students of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century culture, as well as for literary theorists.

Visual Research Methods In Architecture

Author : Igea Troiani
ISBN : 9781789381887
Genre : Architecture
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This book offers a distinctive approach to the use of visual methodologies for qualitative architectural research. It presents a diverse selection of ways for the architect or architectural researcher to use their gaze as part of their research practice for the purpose of visual literacy. Its contributors explore and use ‘critical visualizations’, which employ observation and sociocultural critique through visual creations – texts, drawings, diagrams, paintings, visual texts, photography, film and their hybrid forms – in order to research architecture, landscape design and interior architecture. The visual methods intersect with those used in ethnography, anthropology, visual culture and media studies. In presenting a range of interdisciplinary approaches, Visual Methodologies in Architectural Research opens up territory for new forms of visual architectural scholarship.

Ecosophical Aesthetics

Author : Patricia MacCormack
ISBN : 9781350026209
Genre : Philosophy
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Inspired by the ecosophical writings of Felix Guattari, this book explores the many ways that aesthetics – in the forms of visual art, film, sculpture, painting, literature, and the screenplay – can act as catalysts, allowing us to see the world differently, beyond traditional modes of representation. This is in direct parallel to Guattari's own attempt to break down the 19th century Kantian dialectic between man, art, and world, in favour of a non-hierarchical, transversal approach, to produce a more ethical and ecologically sensitive world view. Each chapter author analyses artworks which critique capitalism's industrial devastation of the environment, while at the same time offering affirmative, imaginative futures suggested by art. Including contributions from philosophers, film theorists and artists, this book asks: How can we interact with the world in a non-dominant and non-destructive way? How can art catalyze new ethical relations with non-human entities and the environment? And, crucially, what part can philosophy play in rethinking these structures of interaction?

Posthuman Spiritualities In Contemporary Performance

Author : Silvia Battista
ISBN : 9783319897585
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book provides an interpretative analysis of the notion of spirituality through the lens of contemporary performance and posthuman theories. The book examines five performance/artworks: The Artist is Present (2010) by Marina Abramović; The Deer Shelter Skyscape (2007) by James Turrell; CAT (1998) by Ansuman Biswas; Journey to the Lower World by Marcus Coates (2004); and the work with pollen by Wolfgang Laib. Through the analysis of these works the notion of spirituality is grounded in materiality and embodiment allowing the conceptual juxtaposition of spirit and matter to introduce the paradoxical as the guiding thread of the narrative of the book. Here, the human is interrogated and negotiated with/within a plurality of other living organisms, intangible existences and micro and macrocosmic ecologies. Silence, meditation, shamanic journeys, reciprocal gazing, restraint, and contemplation are analyzed as technologies used to manipulate perception and adventure into the multilayered condition of matter.


Author : Peter Pakesch
ISBN : UCSD:31822031132038
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In der Kunst der letzten Jahre ist die Menschendarstellung in unterschiedlichster Form erneut stark ins Blickfeld gerückt. Das herkömmliche Menschenbild in der Kunst wurde von Vorgaben geprägt, die sich im Wesentlichen in der Frührenaissance entwickelt haben. Deren Auflösung beschäftigte die Kunst des letzten Jahrhunderts. Es waren jeweils neue Medien wie Fotografie, Film, Video und elektronische Bildbearbeitung, die die Stimmigkeit tradierter Bildbegriffe in Frage stellten mit durchaus auch widersprüchlichen Ergebnissen. Die Figur und das Porträt schienen zum Beispiel der Vergangenheit anzugehören. Viele und vielfältige Ansätze in der jüngeren Kunst widersprechen dem allerdings und legen einen weiteren Blick auf den Menschen nahe, auf seine Produzierbarkeit wie auf seine Reproduzierbarkeit. Dieses Buch präsentiert einige bedeutende Positionen, an denen der aktuelle Stand solcher Auseinandersetzungen deutlich wird.

Portraits And Philosophy

Author : Hans Maes
ISBN : 9780429581250
Genre : Art
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Portraits are everywhere. One finds them not only in museums and galleries, but also in newspapers and magazines, in the homes of people and in the boardrooms of companies, on stamps and coins, on millions of cell phones and computers. Despite its huge popularity, however, portraiture hasn’t received much philosophical attention. While there are countless art historical studies of portraiture, contemporary philosophy has largely remained silent on the subject. This book aims to address that lacuna. It brings together philosophers (and philosophically minded historians) with different areas of expertise to discuss this enduring and continuously fascinating genre. The chapters in this collection are ranged under five broad themes. Part I examines the general nature of portraiture and what makes it distinctive as a genre. Part II looks at some of the subgenres of portraiture, such as double portraiture, and at some special cases, such as sport card portraits and portraits of people not present. How emotions are expressed and evoked by portraits is the central focus of Part III, while Part IV explores the relation between portraiture, fiction, and depiction more generally. Finally, in Part V, some of the ethical issues surrounding portraiture are addressed. The book closes with an epilogue about portraits of philosophers. Portraits and Philosophy tangles with deep questions about the nature and effects of portraiture in ways that will substantially advance the scholarly discussion of the genre. It will be of interest to scholars and students working in philosophy of art, history of art, and the visual arts.

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