Art body performing subject

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July 8, 2019
art body performing subject

An examination of the social and cultural significance of body art by a major new voice. The past few years have seen an explosion of interest in body art, in which the artists body is integral to the work of art. With the revoking of nea funding for such artists as karen finley, tim miller, and others, public awareness and media coverage of body-oriented performances have increased.

Body artperforming the subject is a timely and immediately necessary book, of interest to students of performance art and to painters alike. Joness rigorous analysis of 70s and 90s body art is grounded in a feminist and phenomenological reevaluation of modernist and postmodern criticism.

Provocatively argued and elegantly expressed, body artperforming the subject is a must-read for those interested in the debates over embodiment, subjectivity, performance, feminism, and theories of identity. The intensity of joness writing is the heat--and the cool--of a philosophical motion.

В  an original, provocative, insightful exploration of body art. In body artperforming the subject amelia jones ranges the bedding of postmodern art quick to excavate the surplus that lies buried when looked from the vantage of the common public.

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An examination of the social and cultural significance of body art by a major new voice. The past few years have seen an explosion of interest in body art, in which the artists body is integral to the work of art. With the revoking of nea funding for such artists as karen finley, tim miller, and others, public awareness and media coverage of body-oriented performances have increased.

A rigorous analysis of 1970s and 1990s body art, self-conscious of the subjectivity of interpretation, and grounded in a feminist and phenomenological re-evaluation of modernist and postmodern criticism.

Although amelia jones is a professor of art history, her new book, body artperforming the subject, is not a history of body art, but a polemic intent on revising the 80s view of a practice often denigrated for its association with modernisms fetishization of the artist. Her larger intent is to supply us with an alternative to conceptions.

The 1990s have seen an explosion of interest in body art, in which the artists body is integral to the work of art. With the revoking of nea funding for such artists as karen finley, tim miller and others, public awareness and media coverage of body-oriented performances have increased.

An examination of the social and cultural significance of body art by a major new voice.