Feminist movement in (Performance) Art

This post is about Feminist practitioners and their ideas/works –Mary Kelly –Susan Hiller –Faith Wilding –Judy Chicago –Valie Export –La Ribot –Lorna Simpson –Carolee Scheeman –Milo Moire –Guerilla Girls Supported by theoretics such as – Carol Martin –Rachel Warriner –Mary Kelly –Luke Dixon & Sean Bruno –Amelia Jones –Jeanie Forte –Barbara Einzig The works are divided … Continue reading Feminist movement in (Performance) Art

Dadaism and Conceptual art + Research and Analysing tips

An exrecise in research: Finding information Discussing the research Applying examples and anaylsing Contibuting to this research We create or own titles and questions for an essay. Those will be derived from but not limited to the topics we talk in the class. Focus! (Avoid potted histories establish a central argument/line of enquiry that you … Continue reading Dadaism and Conceptual art + Research and Analysing tips

Essay notes about GENRE and hybrids: comedy, mocumentary, thriller

Your argument should consider: The main features of the genre How these generic features are then used in your chosen texts; you should pay particular attention to mise-en-scene, narrative and acting How genre informs your reading of the text(s) The ways in which your text(s) might ‘hybridize’ with other genres Genre is a French word meaning … Continue reading Essay notes about GENRE and hybrids: comedy, mocumentary, thriller

Theatre space and Performance space

Reading “Theatre and Performance Design” edited by Jane Collins and Andrew Nisbet: A Taxonomy of Spatial Function by Gay McAuley A theatre space – the building, area, it is devided into two: fronthouse (audience space) and backstage (practitioner’s space), which are usually strictly separated and rather different. a place for entertainment and cultural enrichment for … Continue reading Theatre space and Performance space