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Site-Specific Art: Performance, Place and Documentation epub

by Nick Kaye


Site-Specific Art: Performance, Place and Documentation epub

ISBN: 0415185580

ISBN13: 978-0415185585

Author: Nick Kaye

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Performing Arts

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge (August 28, 2000)

Pages: 256 pages

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Nick Kaye is Professor and Chair of Drama at the University of Manchester.

Nick Kaye is Professor and Chair of Drama at the University of Manchester. His publications include Postmodernism and Performance (1994) and Art into Theatre (1996).

Site-specific performance is performance created in relation to a physical site and staged at the site itself (as opposed to a theatre space). It is often discussed in relation to both theatre and visual art traditions. Nick Kaye was one of the first scholars to consider site-specific performance from both theatrical and visual art perspectives in his book, Site-Specific Art: Performance, Place and Documentation.

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His books include: Postmodernism and Performance (1994), Art into Theatre: Performance Interviews and Documents (1996), Site-Specific Art: Performance, Place and Documentation (2000), Staging th. .

Site-specific art is artwork created to exist in a certain place. Site-specific art is produced both by commercial artists, and independently, and can include some instances of work such as sculpture, stencil graffiti, rock balancing, and other art forms.

North Carolina School of the Arts. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 February 2002.

Site-Specific Art charts the development of an experimental art form in an experimental way. Nick Kaye traces the fascinating historical antecedents of today's installation and performance art, while also assembling a unique documentation of contemporary practice around the world. The book is divided into individual analyses of the themes of space, materials, site, and frames. These are interspersed by specially commissioned documentary artwork from some of the world's foremost practitioners and artists working today. This interweaving of critique and creativity has never been achieved on this scale before. Site-Specific Art investigates the relationship of architectural theory to an understanding of contemporary site related art and performance, and rigorously questions how such works can be documented. The artistic processes involved are demonstrated through entirely new primary articles from: * Meredith Monk * Station House Opera * Brith Gof * Forced Entertainment. This volume is an astonishing contribution to debates around experimental cross-arts practice.