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PERFORMANCE ART CONTEXT Performative Approaches
in Art and Science Using the Example of
"Performance Art"
Literature E. Jappe / Performance Ritual Prozeß
On Ritual (Performance Research) Richard
Schechner / Future of Ritual Kunstforum Bd. 34 /
Plastik als Handlungsform Victor Turner /
The ritual process (book) Victor Turner / The
Anthropology of Performance (book) Richard
Schechner / Between Theatre and Anthropology
(book) Marvin Carlson / Performance a
critical introduction (book) !! chap.
Performance and the social sciences Conquergood
Dwight / Poetics Play, Process and Power
The performative turn in anthropology
Janelle G. Reinelt, et al. / Critical Theory
and Performance (book) A.David Napier / Foreign
Bodies Performance Art and Symbolic
Anthropology A. Artaud (ethnological studies)
W. Pfaff u.a. / Der sprechende Körper Sylvia
Sasse / Zur Anatomie kollektiver Körper in
der russischen Performance Theatre for Social
Change (PSi7)
Literature Judith Butler !! / Bodies That
Matter Performative Acts and Gender Constitution
(article 1988!) / Judith Butler
Performativity and Performance (book) !
Andrew Parker Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Symposium
Cross Gender/Cross Genre Performance and
Performativity Graz 99 Geraldine Harris /
Staging Feminities. Performance and
Performativity (article) David E.R. George !! /
Performance Epistomology (in Performance
Research) Dwight Conquergood / article The
Performative Turn in Anthropology Victor Turner
/ The Anthropology of Performance Elisabeth
List / article Leiblichkeit, performatives
Selbst u. Geschlecht article Kultur als Handlung
Gertrude Koch (C.S. Peirce) Homi Bhabha /
article Of Mimicry and Man Marvin Carlson /
Performance a critical introduction (book)
!! Michael Issacharoff Robin F. Jones /
Discourse as Performance (book)
Literature article Kultur als Handlung
Gertrude Koch Mary Ann Doane / Film and the
Masquerade Theorizing the Female Spectator
(article) Valie Export Peter Weibel Philip
Auslander / Liveness (book) Ihab Hassan /
process/performance/ happening (Essay)
Victoria Best Peter Collier (Ed.) /
Powerful Bodies (book) Claudia Liebrand /
Kinematographische Gender-Performanzen
(lecture) P. Dubois / Der fotografische Akt
(book) Thomas Dreher / Aktionstheater und
Intermedia (article) Paolo Bianchi (Video lounge
at O.K.) / Die Transformation der Kunst zum
"Performative Turn Max Schumacher / (PSi7)
Grotesque Food - From Film to Stage
Literature Kunstf. Bd.137 / Atlas der
Künstlerreisen Kunstf. Bd.136 / Ästhetik des
Reisens Zeit Die vierte Dimension in der
bildenden Kunst Kunstf. Bd.150 / Zeit Existenz
Kunst Kunstf. Bd.151 /Dauer/Simultaneität/Echtze
it Matthias Schäfer / Mediennutzung und
Zeitfaktor in der Aktionskunst (Bd.151) Daniel
Charles / Zeitspielräume Performance,
Musik, Ästhetik John Cage / Für die Vögel
Gespräch mit Daniel Charles (book) ! U.
Krasberg / (PSi7) Ekstastetanz und
Performance ... (Sufi rituals) Kinetographien
(project) / Inke Arns, Mirjam Goller, Susanne
Strätling, Georg Witte
Literature Crossings (catalogue) Zeitspielräume.
Performance Musik Ästhetik / Daniel Charles
Musical Performance (book) Stan Godlovitch -
a philosophical study Klangkunst (catalogue)
Music and Performance (PSi7)
Literature (... continued) Victoria Best
Peter Collier (Ed.) / Powerful Bodies
Performance in French Cultural Studies
!! Geoffrey Leech / Principles of Pragmatics K.
Marcia Moen / Peirces Pragmatism as a
Resource for Feminism (article) Jean-Francois
Lyotard / The postmodern Condition A Report
on Knowledge (book) T. Sarbin V. Allen / Role
Theory (book) Michel de Certeau / The Practice of
Everyday Life Kate Ince / Between the Acts
Orlan, Performance and Performativity (in
Powerful Bodies) !!! J.-F. Lyotard / Das
postmoderne Wissen Nietzsche Performance
Research Vol.1 No.1 1996 D.George /
Performance Epistemology Pierangelo Maset,
Hubert Sowa (Ed.) / Ästhetisches Dasein.
Perspektiven einer performativen und
pragmatischen Kultur im öffentlichen Raum D.
Böhler et al.(Ed.) Die pragmatische Wende Rorty,
de Certeau, ... Liturgie und Ästhetik (event
Literature (... continued) Walking through
society (yearbook) ! Eugenio Barber
(anthropological view) Camille Camillieri
(athropolog. view important for Patrice
Pavis) James Clifford (ethno-historian) Roger
Caillois (athropological theorist) Erving
Goffman P. Bourdieu (Hexis- u. Habitus-Konzept)
Victoria Best Peter Collier (Ed.) /
Powerful Bodies Performance in French
Cultural Studies Milton Singer (ethnologist) /
cultural performance (developed as concept)
A. Nebelung / Zwischenräume (Methode u.
Ästhetik einer ökologischen Soziologie Herbert
Mead gt J. Butler Prof. Christoph Wulf lt P.
Bourdieu C. Wulf (article) / Die Familie als
performative Gemeinschaft C. Wulf (projects)
Die Hervorbringung des Sozialen in Ritualen
... / Familien- Rituale / Rituale in der
Schule / Geschlecht und Rituale U. Wuggenig
-gt Pierangelo Maset David Frankel / Workshop in
Performance Studies Ethnography (PSi7 Mainz)
Magic Maori, Artificial Savages and Martians
(De)constructing Indigenous Identity
Literature (...continued) Richard Kostelnatz /
The Theater of Mixed Means. An Introduction to
Happenings, Kinetic Environments ... ! R.
Koberg / Die Kunst des Gehens Mosche Feldenkrais
/ (Lit. on Feldenkrais Method) Dr. Walter
Siegfried (dance theorist) Willy Jansen / (PSi7)
The Dancing Saints Gender and Trance Ritual in
Different Culters Freddie Rokem / (PSi7)
Ritualisations of Repetition in
Performance Translating Dance (PSi7) Julia
Witworth / (PSi7) / Translating of the Body
Physical Theatre Trainings, ...
Literature (... continued) R. Shusterman /
Kunst leben Die Ästhetik des Pragmatismus
Mieke Bal (lecture) / Performance and
performativity M. Foucault Wissensarchäologische
Diskursanalyse W. Hempfer / Performativität
u. episteme anders Denken M. Focaults
gtperformativerlt Diskurs (article) M. Foucault /
Archäologie des Wissens M. Foucault / Die
Ordnung des Diskurses M. Foucault / ... Reader
Diskurs u. Medien Sybille Peters / (PSi7) Towards
a Theory of Fake / Towards a Fake of Theory
Theorising the Performative (PSi7) Anja Musiat,
Dorita Hannah / (PSi7) Writing Gesture
Performing Words, or, "How to dance with
words Jackie Smart / (PSi7) Processing Language
in Physical Theatre Ola Johansson / (PSi7)
From Stage to Page Stephen di Benedetto / (PSi7)
Mutable Modes of Perception Approaching
Performance as Visual Art
Literature (...continued) Butoh Die
Rebellion des Körpers (Kazuo Ohno, Carlotta
Ikeda, Tatsumi Hijikata, Min Tanaka, Anzu
Furukawa, Mitsutaka Ishi, Testuro Tamura,
Yoshito Ohno, Dai-Rakuda-kann, Akaji Maro,
Nanten Harada, Akira Kasai Yoko Ashikawa,
Asbestos-an, Sankai-iuku, Ko Murobushi, Yu
Osuga, Sanae Hiruta, Teru Goi, Macunaima
(Brazilian Group), Eji Ikuyo, Hoppo Butoh-ha,
Natsu Nakajima, Kunishi Kamiryo, ...) (Masaki
Iwana) (Esther Maria Häusler) (Gérald
Personnier) (René Schmalz) (Sabine Seume)
(Kjetil Skoien) Claudia Jeschke / Anmerkung
zum performativen von Tanztechnik und Tanz-
schriften im 19.Jhd.
Version 02 - Mainz
LIMESIDEA of art (Border Machine Performance)
History of performance as the history of
transgressing borders (M.-L. Lange) Art as
border crossing (P. Bianchi) Off limits (hors
limites) (Maribel Königer) Counter to
abbreviating and excluding discourses (with M.
Foucault) 32/64 Views of the "Performative
Turn" Article in Kunstforum vol.152 Kunst ohne
Werk (Dirmoser, Nieslony) A cluster model
revealing performance (and theater) to us as a
system of possibilities, in which relations in
the in-between result as though by themselves.
... (P. Bianchi) Performative Procedures in
Art, Science and Education (1) Performative
procedures (for a transitional period)
Performance is not so much a new art form as a
new paradigm, it stands less for a new phenomenon
than for a new observation of familiar
phenomena. (David E.R. George 1996) Performance
here becomes not only a subject for study but
also an interpretive grid laid upon the process
of study itself, and indeed upon almost any sort
of human activity, collective or individual (M.
Carlson) The great popularity of "performance"
as a metaphor or analytical tool for current
practitioners of so wide a range of cultural
studies. (M. Carlson) Recent studies have
demonstrated the usefulness of the concept of
"performance" in the analysis and understanding
of all these ... human operations. (M. Carlson)
The ideal performance /vs/ revolutionary
performance approaches The perfect performance
(James Lee Byars) How can performances be
analyzed? an open-ended medium with endless
variables art performance / dance performance /
theater performance / etc. Daring to face
uncertainty and temporariness (from network to
interstice - the clustering) On
representation A "net" without edges (in other
words a cluster) contents are placed in spatial
proximity. Semantic routes are to be set by the
readers (in reading) themselves. A Poster
Group by Gerhard Dirmoser and Boris Nieslony
Version 01u.02 / 08/1999 04.03/2001
Linz/Cologne / A-4020 Linz Waltherstr. 2/2/5 G.
Dirmoser gerhard.dirmoser_at_energieag.at /
asabank_at_asa.de Translated from German by Aileen
Derieg 11/2002, a.derieg_at_site38.ping.at All
rights are retained by the authors (print-outs
for private use are desired) Thanks to Paolo
Bianchi (PB), Wolfgang Preisinger, Attila Kosa,
Eva Kosa, Gerhard Fröhlich, Gottfried Hattinger,
Udo Wid, Peter Arlt, Georg Ritter, Gabi
Kepplinger, Eva Sturm, Herbert Wimberger, Josef
Nemeth , Hakan Gürses, Just Merrit , Rainer
Zendron, Black Market, Astrit Schmidt-Burkhardt,
Alexander Sigel Special thanks to the theorists
Marvin Carlson, Hubert Sowa, H.-T.
Lehmann 1.12.1993 Sedimente 4.3.1995
4.3.2001 Note 1 (subtitle of the book
"Schreiben auf Wasser")
music theory theory of perception on
architecture (B. Leitner) technoculture
25 acoustic "view"
dance theory body research film
theory dromology time theories
dance view
auditive view
human voice (see below)
choreography view
flight show with concert approach (STWST)
Performance with Sound
26 movement view
the emotional role of music for diverse rituals /
creating basic atmospheres through music
see gestic view
movements as depiction of fundamental human
states (Monica Klingler)
(long String Quartett, Terry Fox, C.
Marclay, Andrea Sodomka, Sarah Marrs, Takehisa
Kosugi, Joan La Barbara)
sound performance
dance performance
dance performance
atmosphere mood disposition
techniques of movement
dance studies (Xavier Le Roy)
Lifedance (Gloria McLean)
(Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown (Judson Dance
Theater), Merce Cunningham, Monica Klinger, Rose
Garrard, Lucinda Childs)
sound sensuousness (Maria Berquet)
(Christine Brodbeck TP-founder in CH (Tanz pur))
(Petra Deus, Klara Schilliger, Laura Dean)
(Katja Fleig Seijiro Murayama) (Company
Catherine Contour) (Anna Halprin, Robin Poitras,
Gabriele von Scheidt, Silvia Buol, Maren
Strack, Genevieve Fallet) (Honey and Milk Dora
Kiss, F. und Joel Mützenberg) (Mim Miriam King,
Steve Paxton, Andrea Morein, Dorothea Rust,
Yoshimichi Takei, Mari Tanikawa, Mona Kosa, Hanna
Barbara, Nigel Charnock (Ex DV8), Kim
Hyun-Ju, Kim Young-Won, Bilderwerfer (D.
Aschwanden), Simon Whitehead, Hae Kyung Lee)
(audio group, Jens Brand, Sam Ashley, H.-J.
Gilgen, Orquestra del Caos, N. Möslang Andy
Guhl, Noah Riskin, Gerrit de Vries, Richard
audio performance
kinetic environments
movement theater
(2) kinetic sculpture
acoustic performance (Jeanette Yankian "Aorta)
see also course of events view see also view of
the musical score
(Nigel Rolfe)
cinematographic theater (LE) (John Jesurun)
impression of collage and montage
videographic, filmic, narrative intrudes before
every perception. dramatic logic
A performance exists only and ever as a flux
electroacoustic performance (Mia Zabelka)
dance articulates energy
study of basic types of human movements (B.
Nieslony, Franz West, E. Wurm) lying, standing,
sitting, ... (Lee Chang-Shik Park)
sound Performance
film semiotics psychoanalysis (Lacan
school) process theories
moving Sculpture
body in motion (Robert Morris)
ecstatic dance
acoustic effect of the body (Janos Szirtes)
(incl. TV view)
dancing bodies control multimedia image
projections - meeting of real/virtual
bodies (Isabelle Choiniére)
27 filmic view
everything in dance is gesture (LE)
Sound sculpture (Mel Henderson, Paul Kos, Tom
(John Greyson)
(Alanna OKelly, Akio Suzuki, Junko Wada, Peter
Zegveld, Harry de Wit, Toine Horvers, Phill
Niblock, Jens Brand, Savier Klaro,
sculpture in motion (Nigel Rolfe)
Theater of gestures and movements
movement research (Skip Flicker)
see also tableaux vivant
film performance
Performance is closely linked to montage its
flaw is that it is a much younger step-brother to
film (BN)
analysis of movement
live electronic musical instruments interactive
sound performance (Benoit Maubrey Brodin
Audio Gruppe)
mimetic-gestic aspects of music
vocabulary of movement
(Sonia Knox, Marcel Odenbach, Elizabeth
Chitty, Dan Graham, Peter Land, Iimura, Ulrike
Rosenbach, Martha Rosler, Joan Jonas, Aernout
Mik, Douglas Davis, Takahiko Iimura, John
Jerusun Aernout Mik, Malgorzata Potocka, John
Wood Paul Harrison, Jean Otth, F. Pezold,
Dennis Oppenheim, Lydia Schouten, Joelle Ciona,
Erik Dettwiler, Bettina Grossenbacher N.
Widauer, Suzanne Joly, Jerzy Onuch, Klara
Schillinger Valerian Maly, Alex Silber, Maciej
Toporowicz, Jaime Vallaure, Jürg Schmoll, Benni
Efrat, Anna Bring, Gillian Dyson, Anna Winterler,
Jochen Gerz, Gelatin)
hyperdance (Min Tanaka)
kinetic possibilities of the body (Benni Efra)
(LE) Theater resembles a kinetic sculpture
motoric movements otherwise not "used" (Simone
gestures of conducting (as performance)
(Dennis Oppenheim, Malgorzata Potocka, Eulalia
Valldosera (Collektive Al-Azaz))
movement performance (Eva Hurley)
film projection combined with performance (Sol
Lyfond) (Jack Goldstein film maker) (Doris
Balmer) (Stephen Laub) (Harald Busch Erhard
Hirt) (Anet van de Elzen) projecting "home
movies (Anna Bring)
montage of attractions (Sergei Eisenstein's
comprehensive concert/ performance/installation (R
ecombinant 9.9.99 ars electronica Posthof all
Dance having the hands "in play"
movement behavior
concert performance (Joel Hubaut)
(Dilettanten- Orchester Linz)
juggling with repertoire of movement
electro- acoustic clothing (B. Maubrey)
The tempo of the film cut is brought into theater
Travel Art travelling as performance (Vol.
136, 137 Kunstforum) travelling as global
presence (Eva Adele) Green line walk (Die
Fabrikanten) (John Tylo) (Jochen Gerz) (Dimitri
Alithinos) Photo Moment catcher Performance
travelling (Gabriel Magos, Corinne Tache)
Emotion from lat. Motio movement
/ anger-irritation logic / fear or anger logic
obsessed with speed images of feelings (Eva
collages of events
using the quality of illusion
performance concert (ZAJ)
outside oneself in dance
Butoh see above (Kazuo Ohno) SU-EN Butoh Co.
(Susanna Akerlund)
private filmic actions (Andy Warhol)
dance with the Internet (Stelarc)
camera replaces audience (restrictive
presentation conditions)
play-along music (John Cage)
performative theories from cultural
science performativity discourse performance
studies speech act theory language game theory
/ Praxeology feminist theories (J.
Butler) pragmatism symbolic pragmatism pragmatic-h
ermeneutical turn role theory (T.
Sarbin) discourse analysis
These aspects used to be treated under the theme
of communication concepts (see below) criticism
communication and information theory have
forgotten performance
between rock music and scenic collages (L.
film-specific performance styles (works by Jack
hanging, floating, ... (Carolee Schneemann,
Flatz, Jill Orr, Peter Brambring, Butoh, Il
Carrozzone...) (Charlotte Moorman sky kiss)
(Kees Mol) (Sankai Juku) (Bob Flanagan) (Jan
MlCoch) (Danny Devos hanging in magic
places) (Mark Steger hanging in trees) (Robert
Sot in a wreath of plants) (Hadass Ophrat
Guy Brieler)
playing in video generates the interference of
differing time rhythms
Private Performances (Video Documents)
Crossings-Schema Jonas, Forti, Charlemagne
Palestine L. Anderson. Haimsohn Beckley,
Kubisch Fabrizio Plessi Albrecht D (ZEN) Jannis
Kounellis Lentz, Dunlap, Tom Marioni others Jon
Rose , Christian Marclay ZAJ (Walter Marchetti,
Juan Hidalgo, Ramón Barce , Esther Ferrer)
ZEV, Ian Smith FUCKKEAD, Anne Bean Paul
Burwell, Sam Ashley Nancy Buchanan Richard
Maxfield Endre Szkárosi Grundheber CAP Jörn
Luther , Misa Savic Krzystof Zarebski, Irit
Bluzer, Helena Villalobos Mark Trayle,
BenderNern Pauline Oliveros
(2) video performance
performativity thrust
performativity discourse
music performance
travelling and migration (Raúl Manrique
Claudio Fabián Pérez Miguez)
28 performativity as view
(Sam Taylor-Wood)
travel art capturing moments
Performance in motion Resistance in motion
(Performing Resistance, Volkstanz, Gettoattack
Vienna) DancePerformance activists
(Skip Flicker) (Devils Chauffeur Roger Ely)
playing with the Film Noir genre (Paul Couillard)
Dance Noise (Anne Iobst, Lucy Sexton)
Conquergood involving a shift from viewing "the
world as text to "the world as performance
(Sistermann, Christine Kubisch, David Moss, Chie
Mukai, Endre Szkarosi, Michel Asso, Bonnie
Barnett, Leigh Hobba, Luca Miti, Maxime
Rioux, Marianne Schuppe, Attila Dora, Tibor
discourse view
TV performance
Van Gogh TV (Live and real time television /
Multimedia performance Hotel pompino)
moment art
filming performers (Black Market) (Jack Smith
Retrospective Graz 1999 Smith repeatedly treats
his films for performances)
Video eliminates the necessity of
appearing before an audience
cycling all over the neighborhood (Kirsten
under water performance (Angie Hiesl)
performative turn (Bonnie Marranca, Conquergood
Dwight, Fischer-Lichte, ....) cf..
pragmatic-hermeneutic turn Performance is less a
new form of art than a new paradigm, it stands
less for a new phenomenon than for a new
consideration of familiar phenomena (David E.R.
George 1996)
Expansion of film projection into the
theatrical (John Latham)
(Nam June Paik Charlotte Moorman) (Friederike
Pezold) (Douglas Davis) touching the inside of
the TV
cf. Instant Intervention
aesthetics of speed slow motion-like movements
(Wilson) slowness (Wolfgang Duck) (Min Tanaka)
(Tache Magos)
performance as mental model (Lit. Georg F.
Autoportrait (Carlo E. Lischetti)
Performance without movement (seeing with the
body ...) Abramovic/Ulay
Theory as/of Performance
filmed performances (Matthew Barney)
performative moment
Performances with/as/to music (Urs-Peter
Dance of Transgender (Hunter Reynolds Pattina
du Prey)
Performance significant theoretical framework
Stadtwerkstatt-TV projects as performance (4 Days
of Buffalo) / Ars electronica "no one is sure
of himself Automaten TV etc.
filming actions (Kurt Kren (on Otto Muehl, G.
Architecture-Performance Film (Gordon
Matta-Clark 17 Films) (Walter Pamminger)
staying on the road (PB)
Trash-TV (Schlingensief)
see performativity of language view of
orality performative speech act
dance articulates energy / everything in dance
is gesture In plunging and elevation, pain and
provocative erotic, the question is posed with
Nietzsche of the "dancing god" (LE)
dance as competitive sport (A. Périgot) dance
martial art (Li Portenlänger)
(Schimpfluch) (Zoltan Szabo - Judoka)
part of every performance music
Performance as a concept in ethnography, anthropol
ogy, sociology and psychology
taking movement into consideration in theory
models (Proj. Kinetographien)
filming partner (Carolee Schneemann's friend)
Anthony Cox husband of Yoko Ono)
Performativity as new perspective / the
dominance of textuality is penetrated
approaching one another (Iréne Maag Chen Tan)
experiments with TV cameras (Alex Hay Deborah
multiple film projections (Stan Vanderbeek)
Aleatoric sound and movement performances (J.
Cage, Merce Cunningham)
aesthetics of duration
TV projection (daily news) combined with dirges
(Dr. Walter Siegfried)
see performative pedagogy
dance theater intensifies, shifts, invents
movement impulses and body gestures (LE)
space can only be performatively experienced as
body as projection surface for films (Carolee
ongoing performance the question of plagiarism
(Timm Ulrichs)
see performative form of insight of the physical
gestic research using film (Valentina Baradinone,
Performative turn in theoretical discourse
(analysis model for the specific performativity
of the genre "dialogue")
performative body memory (see V. Appfelthaler)
performativity of the social system (Lit.
Factory of the Excentric Actor (Eisenstein)
filmic vision in multimedia and intermedia
art (incl. happenings, performances) "filmic
vision" supersedes static vision (Th. Dreher)
performative knowledge (R. Schechner) (e.g.
dance technique, handling, ... "learning with the
body" performing knowledge cf. hidden/implicit
cf. Life Art / Live Works
Audio-Landscape (Wilson)
60s real bodies in real time in real space
stories run in the monitor cap (Kyung Ja-Na)
performative understanding (Sowa)
(historical) anthropology ethnology theology /
New Age discourse theater anthropology ethnograph
y performance studies ethnography cultural
anthropology sociology and performance sociologica
l discourse exotism discourse tribalism debate
(tribal culture) structuralism discourse (game
rules of art)
time art
"Time based art also includes video and new media
encroachment / infiltrated situation (Günther
Wallraff, Karel Dudesek) (Gianni Motti)
infiltrating hospitals as doctor (Cabinet De
musical stagings (Norbert Stang)
expanded cinema (as method USA gt A) (Jack
Smith, John Latham, Valie Export, Peter Weibel)
Smith combined film and cinema slide
(Gabriele Oßwald Wolfgang Sautermeister)
Cinemasculpture (Alan Finneran)
time-based experiences (Scott Macleod)
Performance to experimental film (Anne Hody)
(Pat Ferrero)
centrality of performance in the construction and
maintenance of social relationships
masculinity/femininity as cultural
performance (femininity Sakiko Yamaoka)
performance behind running projection (Enrico
Bugli) film and shadow (Anet van de Elzen)
see the performance of the body (performativity)
arts tied to the course of time
see also culture-theoretical view
time as material (Karl Kaltenbach)
B.M. is performative
temporal view of performance design
projecting close-ups (Sol Lyfond)
acoustically dynamic space perception (B.
Leitner) performative sound sites (spatial
29 socio-logical view
time based art
Orlans "Reincarnation project A case study for
the overlap between performativity and
influenced by experimental films (Madonna Hamel)
the performative is a cultural act (J.W.
physique of the voice in architectonic
film actors as performers (Akiko Izumi)
couples as public "construct" (Judy Radul)
dynamization of categories and models
(Klaus Rinke, Ralston Farina, Ruedi
Schill, Sakiko Yamaoka, Peter Kalmus, Michael
26 temporal view
Literature Kunstforum Bd. 25 / Schamanen J. Raap
/ Kunst u. Schamanismus (article) Hartmut Kraft /
Über innere Grenzen - Initiation in
Schamanismus, Kunst, Religion und
Psychoanalyse (book) Performance of Healing
(book) Carol Laderman (Ed.) J.L. Moreno /
Psychodrama (book) Joachim Hersinger Waldegg /
Der Künstler als Märtyrer Skt. Sebastian in
der Kunst des 20.Jahrh. Mary Ann Doane / Film and
the Masquerade (masquerade theory) Marianne
Kesting / Das Happening als pseudo-religiöse
Opferhandlung (article) Christa Lichtenstern /
Metamorphose. Vom Mythos zum Prozeßdenken
(book) Aristoteles / Katharsis-Begriff Theresa
Smalec / (PSi7) Healing Shattered Subjects
Ron Vawters "Roy Cohn/ Jack Smith" as a
Performative Means of Translating and
Transforming Cultural Traumas Elizabeth Köpping /
(PSi7) Charismatic Healing as Transformation
Translating Difference Performance and
Disabillity (PSi7)
Literature (... continued) Audrey Colby /
(PSi7) Acts Apart Carol Fischer-Sorgenfrei /
(PSi7) / Animal- Human Transformation in
Japanese Perf. Ulrike Krasberg / (PSi7)
Ekstasetanz und Performance ... (Sufi-Ritual)
Silke Wolf / (PSi7) Transformation ritueller
Performanzen Petra Kuppers / (PSi7) Mapping
Physicality Translating Difference Callie
Sandahl / (PSi7) Speaking Communities into
Existence One Person at a time Richard W.
Mitchell / (PSi7) Laughing like Crazy
Performing Comedy with/for the Insane Kanta
Kochhar-Lindgren / (PSi7) Earth Arts
Performance, Landscape and the Voices of
Difference Ivy I-Chu Chang / (PSi7) Theatre as
Therapy, Therapy as Theatre
performance as social, political strategy
filmmakers as performers (and vice versa) (John
Jesurun, Valie Export, ...)
social performativity of gender (J.Butler)
gender a category constructed through
performance (not a given social or cultural
attribute) gender a "doing
BW films as material demarcating reality (Helmut
social view
performative level of pop music
curator in the field o film (Bettina Wagner)
(burning 1 Mill Engl. pounds)
A performative moment has been important to many
art works since the 70s
economical and social plots
view of the musical score
offering a "different" filmic view of the
machine-controlled film projection (torture)
(Istvan Kantor)
commentary on film diaries (Balz Raz)
(Pawel Althamer)
film time and event (GANG ART) time units for
the event
sound, music, score, composition (cf.. view of
the musical score)
see also political view
emotional impact of the medium of film
musical performativity
(John Malpede)
see performative levels in pop music
Performance as the transient, flowing, ...
unfettering the fine arts in actional arts
(Proj. Kinetographien)
social behavior as performance (Goffman)
time as medium (Ralston Farinas)
Performances action scores (category 03 according
to M.-L. Lange) What is staged, random and
composed coincide (Akio Suzuki Junko Wada)
social message (Nilofar Akmut)
see performativity of feelings
performance as social practice (see below)
the exhibited discourse (series "dis-positiv
Vienna 05.2000)
process art
process demonstration
notions of times (Judith Barry)
innermusical performativity music as a sui
generis performative, physically staged
phenomenon (Prof. A. Riethmüller)
endless repetitions (Endre Tót)
Film, Music Performance (Michael Murin Peter
hexis/habitus as a series of performative
social performance
social performance
Outsiders are in-between beings (PB)
see performative sculptures
(Magos, Stuart Brisley)
performative self (the self in process)
There is no knowledge without discursive praxis
The discourse is that, for which and with which
one fights (Foucault)
ephemeral art
Performativity of forms of materialization
(project Kinetographien)
Theater is the art of the social per se (LE)
Postdramatic theater performance accentuate
the act over the result (LE)
circular form of time (Giardini Pensili Bordoni
Performance in front of video projection (Oscar
MacLennan Anne Seagrave)
the only medium with real quality is every other
human being (BN)
see also mimicry of life
27 process view
musical score (Kaprow)
Identity as performance
actions with job-seekers, unemployed persons,
homeless, prisoners (STWST) (Filomeno Fusco,
Victor Kégli) (Santiago Serra)
see prediction
classic texts are also underlaid with pop
understandings (sensation of rhythm) (LE)
dis-curs (running back forth)
social researcher (Pino Poggi) (Karin Meiner
Manfred Hammes)
performance art
performance clips
Clip Performance (Pipilotti Rist)
action with a fuse (Roman Signer)
Performativity as the act of positing
meaning permanently repeating itself
Flow acting outside time
a performance is capable of creating
"communitas" (Jürgen Fritz)
Performance art often moves in a discursive
gap (Ray Langenbach)
view of the act
Deep flow is an ecstatic experience
moved innerly through perception of
moment as sculpture of touch (Franz Müller)
magic ritual (BN)
social sculpture
social action (Tom Marioni) social actions
(Roland Miller)
dramaturgy (Norbert Klassen insisted on it for
B.M. but he is the only one with a score)
pity / social feelings
boredom (Büro Haake-Brandt) (Sakiko Yamaoka)
process-oriented art / process-oriented procedure
short performance (very long performances are
hardly prepared anymore today)
direct time-images (Klaus Rinke)
(approach to) ritual performances (Category 04
according to M.-L. Lange)
pragma-art (action and process instead of
contemplatio) (cf. Michael Lingner, Eva Sturm)
Performance as the processual, flowing
revenge of the Indians on European music (Art
performance as social situation
ritual music (Maria Fisahn)
Theatre of Social Change (PSi7)
actions with concrete goals (Lidl-Academy)
Foucault ... the mechanisms of discursive
formations could be picked up specifically in
the in-between space of scientific discourses.
performativity as creating identity as a process
of repeated quotation
relationship per se
cf. strong boom of process view in business
administration and informatics since about 1996
social sculpturing method (Labin Art Express)
see also process from the view of artistic
(J. Beuys) (Volker Hamann) (Bruno Hoffmann) J.
Beuys' actions as sculptures in space and
time (category 08 according to M.-L. Lange)
Performative Transformation (PSi7)
threshold situations (in the course of events
From action to transformation
action music
immediacy (nothing can be taken back) / Live
performance as social experiment
acoustic environment
knots in the social field (Kira OReilly)
therapeutic discourseg gestalt
therapy psychodrama / psycho-techniques primal
scream therapy system theory dance
theory alchemy, hermetics esoteric debates / New
Age discourse psychology
pair performances (Marina Abramovic Ulay)
view of transformation
Primacy of the process
aesthetic social guest work (PB)
See also Theological View
deconstructive performativity of Paul de Man
short processes, swarm of processes (Manfred
Vänci Stirnemann)
Fluxus (2)
noise music (H. Mucken M. Vorfeld, Rolf
structures of action see also performance as
action see M.-L. Lange categorized
performances according to action structures
quasi-mythical places
Pragmatism as culture studies paradigm (cf.
Gertrud Koch) Performativity as the "more
pleasing variation"
Discursive practices differ from
non-discursive (technical, institutional,
economic, social, political) practices
Performance takes place in the "here and
now" remaining in the present
social "face" as highest good (honor, integrity,
recognition and not just tolerance) /vs/ loss
of face)
30 magical view
live performance
attacking social mechanisms (V. Acconci)
process design (see study Stadtwerkstatt-TV)
Stalker (as concept) (Zygmunt Piotrowski)
performative "being at one" of the Zen archer
or Samurai warrior (cf. Flow)
Shamanism (mobilizing spiritual forces) (Rolf
Hinterecker) (Geert Duintjer) (Anna Homler)
(Raphael Montanez Ortiz) (Nam June Paik) (J.
Beuys) (Brian D. Tripp) (Kim Suck-Hwan) (Yong-Gu
affects as energy suppliers and organizers
of social space
live acting
community performance art
gnosis (BN)
discourses are practices themselves
slowing down time reducing energy (Prediction)
Topicalizing relationship (G. Magos Corinne
Tache) (Inka Bernstein Club Hofmann) (Lorena
Menoez Fernando Fuentes, Birchler Hubbard)
the Fluxus movement emanated from music, among
other things
28 pragmatistic view
Ritual (2)
cf. pragmatic hermeneutic turn
Ritual and shamanist performances (Holger G.
Initiation as dismemberment (Brus)
forms of the course of attention
forms of interaction
religious themes (Ulrike Rosenbach)
live art
Performance art with its radical assertion of
real time as time experienced in common (LE)
images of social community as performance
composition as process (J. Cage)
see communication concepts
role view
view of duration chained together 1 year (Linda
Montano Tehching Hsieh) (3 days Linda Montano
Tom Marioni) (7 years of living art Montano)
(1 yr. cage, 1 yr. stamping, 1 yr. no interior
space Tehching Hsieh) cf. Taxi Orange
Musique sonore (Joachim Montessuis)
string installations (Paul Panhuysen)
investigation of the intimate zones of the body
social (Bilderwerfer)
mimicry It is how it is the illusion
(Nelly Agassi)
symbolic actions (as precursor of performance)
the spiritual / the holy
Laying open - sacrifice - shamanism (Jappe)
process-analytical works (Büro Haake-Brandt)
relationship questions (cameras, monitor)
Androgynous Marion Leyh, U.Peter Schneider,
Ruth Bamberg,Philippe Micol)
Mask / masking (cf.. identity) masquerade
(Boris Nieslony, Norbert Klassen, McCarthey,
Joan Jonas, Franco Vaccari, Allan Sekula, Artur
performative generation of distinctions, i.e.
separations and congruencies of social groups
(Gebauer with Bourdieu)
The body as magic sculptural object with
cathartic effect (Viennese Actionism)
emotionality through live presentation
performative perception of time
expectations of salvation (Tour de Coulór)
Shamanism and animism (Z. Warpechowski) (Serge
mimicry of life
performative generation of belonging
taking care of the right atmosphere and thus also
for the right thinking
cf.. Stadtwerkstatt-TV cf.. Taxi Orange
In our culture, artists, priests, doctors and
psychotherapists have taken over partial areas
of shamanist functions
game rules ritual (see left)
selling snowballs (David Hammons)
Foucault's archeology is an ethnology of his own
processed objects (Performing Resistance)
Animism (cult of the soul)
material ordered in trance as script (Jacques
van Poppel)
acoustic design as rhythmization of the event
course of process
see also intercultural exchange in performance
Media shamans (Jürgen Fritz)
moment art (2)
Kabalistic references (Nelly Agassi)
Alchemistic theater (Antonin Artaud) (Kees
Mol) Aesthetic alchemy (Rimbaud, Mallarmé)
e.g. simulation of an office (Ingold airlines
Res Ingold) (Philippe Cuny u.a. Protoplast)
(Abel Bankprojekt) (FEM-Warenzeichen) (Bender
Nern) performance as mimicry of business (Ruskin
Stichting, Rotraut Pape, u.a.)
long-term performances (Das Konzil, Nieslony,
Alastair MacLennan, B.M., Bodo Berheide, Robert
Sot) (Matthias Jakisch Elvira Santamaria,
Ulrich Lepka)
processual aesthetics (Proj. Kinetographien)
you need a role to become yourself (Cindy
Cf. magical theater (A. Artaud) Theater of
29 anthropological view / ethnological view
performance as socially marked role play (see
Self-painting (G. Brus) White man (Roi Vaara)
White men (T.R. Uthco Dough Hall, Jody Procter,
Brus, Yong-Gu Shin) Yellow man (Lie Wen)
Camouflage painting (V. Kutscher) Like spotted
animals (Mette Aare) (art incube) The body as
(BN) performance is directed against blind faith
in progress
processual unfetterings
700 BICAPONIA-Performances as rituals of a
private shamanist religion (German Vinogradov)
the incredible power of music and rhythm
the "omitted" staging (LE) (latitude, lacunas)
Shamanist qualities (John Sturgeon)
Physio-Psycho-Alchemy (Raphael Montanez Ortiz)
changes and dynamics / dynamic processes
ethnological material (Thomas de Chirico)
course of events
Alchemy (Anna Homler)
role view
subversive simulation of platitudes (Biefer/Zgragg
dynamic way of looking at psychical processes
social and religious identity (Islam) (Majida
Self-painting surmounted self-mutilation (G.
rhythmic performance (Esther Hiepler)
Literature Kunstforum Bd. 87 / Kunstgeschichte
des Feuers Erika Billeter / Mythos und Ritual
in der Kunst der 70er Jahre Transition to
Modernity (PSi7) Bonnie Eckhard, Frederick Corey
/ (PSi7) Missed Callings Myth, Middle Age,
and Memory M. Serres Udo Wid
Shamanist journey multimedia (Rachel Rosenthal)
repeatability of staged performances (Lili
Fischer, Laurie Anderson)
allowed to play along (being part of the game)
see identity
Performance as staging (see below)
time process of becoming image (LE)
Transformation (2) (PSi7) Art as site of
transformation (PB)
rules of operations and permutations
theological view
Performer as modern shaman Performer as modern
Alchemy of the kitchen (Attila Kosa)
Search for the sacred (A. Artaud)
course co-determined with thread (Jordan
Birth (Fumiko Takahashi)
ethnographic performances following traces
(Nikolaus Lang)
Completely out of control (Ion Grigorescu)
role (in)security with transgender
persons (failure in daily "glance traffic")
staging (2)
performing art (2)
music and video art (Les Reines Prochaines M.
Fuchs, Fränzl, Madörin, Muda Mathis, S. Zwick)
artist as (participating) behavior
researcher (U. Wid, A. Fraser)
religious view / art (performance) as substitute
for religion?
Transformation as aesthetic category (FL)
Concept art of the 60s - body art (K. Rinke)
Alchemistic laboratory life-art-work
Gotthard (Jean Odermatt)
performers do not play a "role"
praxis paradigm (cf. praxeology on Wittgenstein)
mudman's seminars
Alchemy of the ordinary (Boris Nieslony)
Mudman (Kim Jones) (Young-Chul Shim)
performance as mimesis (see below)
artist as anthropologist (Tokio Maruyama)
(Nieslony) (David Thomas)
artist as skeptical anthropologist (PB)
Fertility (Victorine Müller)
primary demonstrations
living prediction
With and about fire ... (Kain Karawahn, Otto
Piene, Stadtwerkstatt, Young-Chul Shim)) (Holger
G. Hermann, Thomas Ruller, Lukas Berchtold)
Panic in burning paper tent (Igor Sacharow-Ross)
Fire circles (Zorka Ságlová) flame thrower (Just
Merrit) Fire water (János Szirtes) , (SRL),
(L. Berchthold) Fire theater, live flame (A.
Heller) Incinerating rare plants (Terry Fox)
Fire Table(s) (Ric Allsopp) In a burning tank
under water (Harrie de Kroon) Recipient in a
burning gyrator (times up/Just Merrit) Burning
clothing piece by piece (Barbara Sturm)
Trance states (Helmut Schober) (Serge Pey)
(Klaus Rinke, Michael Schmidt, Endre
Tot, Yasunori Shiobara, Ruggero Maggio, Lee
Chang-Shik Park)
theory of the moment (James Lee Byars)
Trance techniques (Terry Fox)
cultic contemporary investigations (FS) (Bettina
Kleinhammes, Annegret, Soltau)
prediction (2)
p-theory as theories of behavior
Transformation through magical procedures
costumes, masks
staged events (2)
performance "like anthropological studies" (Kurt
Fulton) Ethnolog. research into social conditions
(Kurt Fulton Richard Schachter)
Performance as sound experience
Body dismemberment violence / body
fragmentation in performance
interactive processuality of cultural actions
Ritual sculpture
direct recourse to shamans (Schmutz)
Cosmological view
ritualizing everyday actions (Alastair MacLennan)
performance as rituals of transition, of
transformation (Translation TRANSITION
Transformation PSi7)
(cf. Gestures, Attitudes)
Spiritist session (Rolf Langebartels, Vollrad
Model of cannibalism (Lygia Clark) anthropophagy
(Judith Lorena Mendez Barrios)
(Reindeer Werk)
cultural anthropology structuralism
(discourse) myth discourse literature discourse
deconstructivism memory theories
mythic view
forms of culture (forms of expression)
(Roman Signer) (Renee Kolla)
ritual as means for coping with crises
performance as ritual (see below) ritual actions
(Thomas de Chirico) ritual performance art (Réné
performativity of rituals
(LE) Presence of the deviant body triggering
"immoral" fascination, discomfort or anxiety
because it deviates from the norm due to illness,
handicap or deformation (Just Merrit)
artistic action /vs/ artistic production
"holy" reality of the body
the moment of the living process (vs. reproduced
Performance as staging
Forms of therapy that make use of performance
ritualized performance (Rebecca Belmore)
Action with stone (Stephan Goedecke) Lying under
stones (Yin Xia-Feng)
the gift
31 mythological view
Therapeutic seances (Lygia Clark)
neurotic rituals intensity of a hysterical
psychosis (Reindeer Werk)
church service as performance (USA)
Death and the beautiful shaman (M. Abramovic)
the essence of the ritual is the tie, the plea
process and not finished result
View of the elements (fire, earth, water, air,
...) (Hanka Lee) (Katharina Trost) (Aktion im
Moor J.Beuys)
ritual and emotion using the example
of mourning (Ines Tsengas)
performance ritual (Karin Bille, Jürgen Fritz,
Thilo Hain, Walter Renner)
(Moreno) probing the truth of the soul through
action - catharsis of action
exchange projects (Clegg Guttmann)
poetry of rites
cultural pattern ritual
Smeared with earth (Dieter Appelt) Lying naked
in the water (Dieter Appelt)
Forms of therapy as analytical "session"
See psychoanalytical view
Therapeutic action (intention of body art)
Temple sacrifice and fire rituals (Siglinde
Kallnbach) (minus delta t)
ritual presentation of objects
Cf. identity view
Butoh therapy (Mitsutaka Ishii)
Acting out (process and not just analysis)
30 therapeutic view
ritual sculpture
Fear-angst system
purification ritual (Hansjörg Marti)
mourning-depression system logic of mourning
theater is at heart a death mass (LE)
Machine stream of fire/stream of water (Erik
Ghost stories (Ping Chong)
being in the process (Matthias Jakisch)
Group therapy as installation ("Lovepangs"
congress /4 phases of pain)
Pain, death, transitoriness, rebirth (Gideon
Gechtman) (Peter Gilles) (Hannah Wilke her
dying body)
external and internal purification (Emil Gropoz)
Therapist as performer (Yuko Yamamoto)
Creation myth (Jürgen Raap)
Mermaids washed ashore (Myriam
Laplante) Performance in the ocean (Yong-Gu
disability view
Galvanized into the symbolic
Cath. rituals (De Chirico Angelika Thomas)
Artist as martyr (Cf. G. Brus)
rites of initiation
Work with HIV patients (Jordan McKenzie)
Aboriginal myths (Kevin Mortensen)
pain catharsis
Therapeutic acting out
(Jürgen Fritz) (Goji Hamada)
Close to nature Bodies connected to trees with
hoses (Enikö Szücs)
Purification (Verena Schwab)
Buddha States (Chen Chieh-Jen)
ceremony / processions
St.Sebastian pierced sacrificial lamb (Ron
Athey) (cf. Mishima) cf. Fakirs
Theater as process (LE)
Performance of Healing
Purifying power of ritualized pain (Gina Pane, H.
cult action
Rooted in old myths
Performances of Death in America (Andy Warhol)
Performance as Process
Theater in therapeutic pedagogy
Like a stone-age man (Jerzy Beres) Archaic and
culture Archaic, Butoh (Gérald Personnier)
Performance as catharsis (cf.. below) cultic
purification self-purification
ceremony art
mudmans Seminars (2)
Performance and Disability (PSi7)
Mythic rituals (Günter Brus)
ritual consecration performances (Ralf Vormbusch)
Prerational logic of mythical image worlds
Literature Performance und Performance Art /
Kunstf. Bd. 96 G.J. Lischka Beitrag Schneisen
im Heuhaufen Formen von Performance-Art
Marie-Luise Lange Critical theory and
performance (book) Patrice Pavis Jürgen
Schilling / Aktionskunst (book) Marvin Carlson /
Performance a critical introduction (book)
!! B. Stanton Garner / Bodied Spaces
Phenomenology and Performance Nick Kaye /
Postmodernism and Performance (book) ! David
George / On Ambiguity Towards a Post-Modern
Performance Theory (article) Laurence Senelick /
Cabaret Performance Stan Godlovitch / Musical
Performance a philosophical study Philip
Auslander / From Acting to Performance
(essay) Vadim Liapunov, Michael Holquist /
Towards a Philosophy of the Act (book) (on
Bakhtin et al.) Richard Schechner / Performance
Theory (book) Patrice Pavis (Ed.) / The
Intercultural Performance Reader (book)
Michel Benamou / Presence and Play,
Performance in Postmodern Culture Mise en Scéne
(catalogue) Markus Weßendorfer (theater
theoretician also writes on performance)
Elisabeth Schweeger Hans-Thiess Lehmann
(lecture) / Theater als Möglichkeitsraum
Performance Theory and Practice (PSi7)
memento mori (event or object reminiscent of
death) / memorial rite (James Lee Byaars
performed his death) (A. Heller laying out of
self) Death Meditations (Nina Wise) Political
remembrance of the dead (Balint) Made up like a
corpse (Shaun Caton) Sex with the Dead (John
Literature (... continued) J.-F. Lyotard
(event, performativity, language games, ....)
J.-F. Lyotard / The Unconscious as Mise-
en-scène (in Performance in Postmodern
Culture 1977) Hassan Hannah Arendt / Vita
Activa (book) Johanna Malt / Performative
Constructions of Meaning (article) Dorothea
von Hantelmann / Der andere Schauplatz
Theatralität u. Performanz in der
zeitgenössischen Kunst Bonnie Marranca Gautam
Dasgupta Ed. Conversations on Art and
Performance Philosophie in Aktion / P. Bourdieu,
Hakan Gürses, O. Marchart, Chantal Mouffe,
W. Pircher, R. Pfaller, G. Raunig, Slavoj
Zizek (book) Hans-T. Lehmann (LE) /
Postdramatisches Theater (book) ! Kathy
Rosalyn / Toward a Theory of Performance Art
(book) Transition to Modernity (PSi7)
Hans-Friedrich Bormann (PSi7) Dieter Mersch
(PSi7) Sophia Totzeva (PSi7)
(Alastair MacLennan)
Archaic elements in performances reminiscent of
archaic roots
(Karina Wellmer-Schnell) (ADAW Palaf)
medical performance
mythological structures
mental and physical disability (Kraft/Petz) (René
Schmalz (Butoh))
in imitation of mudmans (Rolf Hinterecker)
cf. identity view
Embalming of a chicken (G. Bruckschweiger)
ritualized and myth-related performance (See
also rituals) (Moira Roth, Carolee Schneemann)
Orgies-Mysteries Theater
Wheelchair performances (Krüppelschlag/Just
Merrit) Sex in a wheelchair (Bilderwerfer Conny
Scheuer, Elisabeth Löffler)
Sacrificial rituals (Max Dean) crucifixion
scenes fertility rituals cultic actions
ritual performance (M. Abramovic) "The lips of
St. Thomas" carving, whipped, naked on cross of
ice blocks (she stages herself as sacrifice)
goes directly back to shamans (dirt)
Group and family myths (highly emotionally
Ancestor cult
mental derangement (Grahame Davis)
rituals on Hawaii (Charlemagne Palestine)
Archaic forms of expression (Arnulf Rainer)
Retro-performance (J.Lothar Schröder) Cover
performances (Verena Kraft Kurt Petz) (Mike
Kelly / Paul McCarthy)
As a mummy in natural location (Liu Cheng Ying)
Personal mythologies (Rosa Galindo, Pedro
(Kim Jones) (Ronaldo Ruiz)
Sale of Roman Catholic pictures of
saints (Richard Schachter) gay perspective Distrib
ution of holy pictures as thanks for donations
(Renate Bertlmann)
(Hermann Nitsch)
(religious) ceremonies of the Indians (Joan
Jonas, Tina Girouard, James Luna, Yolanda Segura)

Performance as form of action in therapeutic
Archaically poetic (Lee Wen)
Bedded on archaic frameworks (Dieter Appelt)
art-therapy (Paisan Plienbangchang)
Far Eastern myths (R. Schwarzkogler)
artistic mass (Jerzy Berés)
Everyday stories
Christian liturgy (Wolfgang Duck)
Dionysus paradigm for a new myth of
destruction (in part, cf. Ortiz, Nitsch,
Lebel, Mühl, Kaprow, Knizak, ...)
Easter piece (crucifixion situations) (Cheri
Gaulke) religious attitudes
Maim dancer (Krüppel) (Nonko Ono)
mythic material (Rachel Rosenthal, Meredith
naked in church against the rite (Mette Aare)
story- telling (2)
Mythologization of the self (Colette)
Performance as act of positing
meaning Performance as interpretation (BN)
Mourning depression system fear of abandonment
Theme of death (Markus Schwaighofer) (Gianfranco
Baruchello) (Mary Noéle Dupuis)
aesthetic way of praying (Nitsch)
Ultimate performance (lethal performance as
model) (Marco Ivaristtis kills animals to
provoke reactions from the audience)
Standing on hammered in nails (P. Kochsomrong)
Artist as "sacrifice"
Postmodern (Hassan, Lyotard) process /
performance / happening work-in-progress,
incomplete, fluid open, playful, optative,
disjunctive, displaced, a discourse of
fragments Modern art object / finished work
Semantic, philological and etymological
instruments (Luca Patella)
(e.g. Catholic liturgy)
Individual mythologies (Jonathan Meese)
Mysticism and mythologies (are not accepted in
performances Abattery A)
Myths of the world (Jill Orr)
Performance as drive analysis (and art analysis)
(Via Lewandowsky)
Performing Trauma (PSi7)
Performances of TV-preachers (cf. Schlingensief)
objects from the Catholic liturgy (H. Nitsch)
(cult of the new eve)
31 content view
Mythical mystical dance play
religious ecstasy (Unio mystica)
Cf.. contemplation /vs/ ecstasy
Performance consciously dreaming
Media, myths, fairy tales (BBB Johannes Deimling)

religious acts
Content aspects of performance (arrangement)
religious feelings
Poetic performance (Ruth Knecht)
performative quality of postmodern work
Performance as fundamental characteristic of
postmodernism (Chantal Pontbriand)
(Jan Swiedzinski)
Who still deals with "major" themes?
Catholic mass as model of the theater
Virtual suicide (Cuco Suarez)
Wilson's theater is neomythical Reaching the
density of the mythical (Wilson)
Role of the clown (BN) Performer as clown (cf..
Black Market) (Bruce Nauman)
Deconstruction performances (Category 11
according to M.-L. Lange or Inge Baxmann
respectively) This performances are targeted
to confrontation, irritation of
sense, disjunction, interruption and
dismantling of familiar semantic contexts. It is
a matter of "an upsetting of order", of the
destruction of traditional rhythms and flows of
Performance appears today as a possible
philosophical paradigm a radical alternative to
the modernist text paradigm. (George) (Cf.
performative turn) academic performance (Marvin
religious rituals as material procession as
performance (Giuseppe Desiato) (Nitsch OM
Giving what may be found in madness (Artaud)
Dissolution of the semantic obligation, honest
performance! (BN)
Content-based methods (Cf.. Stadtwerkstatt-TV
Revealing evil and exorcising it. Total
possession (in the performance) (Karen Finley)
Performance as socially marked role play
Performance as social practice Performance as
ritual Performance as mimesis
P.M. play, game, contradiction,
process, performance (D. George) In postmodern
times "performance" is the ideal medium and model
(D. George)
Naked, all hair shaved off in a tree no story,
no plot (end of time) (Oszeus Labyrint Mark
Steger Hannah Sim)
The performative as primary characteristic
of contemporary, but especially "postmodern" art
production (D. Mersch) (action,
performance, installation, environment and event
art, but also gestural painting)
procession (aspects) (Heinz Cibulka) (Wolfgang
Against religious symbols (Ulrike Rosenbach)
Performer are tricksters and clowns
Sense madness
Practical character of carrying out acts of
meaning meaning is acting/doing (Sowa)
Scope of action in between terms (BN)
Performance as Exorcism
Philosophy in "action" (G. Raunig)
Performance mental model (Lit. Georg F.
Exorcism liberation from personal
grief/suffering (Linda Montano "Mitchells
Performance and Philosophy (PSi7)
Performance as theater of memory (see below)
Theater as memory space (Cf.. essay by Dan
Graham on Giulio Camillos) memoria theater
Philosophical terminal (as service) (Cf.. also
Rainer Ganahl - education complex)
Cruel healing through theater (A. Artaud)
Performer with education in philosophy (Odradek
Siblings Eva Blut Upper Austrian Design for V.
Westwood) (Lygia Pape)
Semantic shifts due to the confrontation of
concepts (Marlene Madison Plimley)
Legitimization (of research) through its
performativity (Lit. Lyotard)
Philosophy of the act (Hagakure)
Montage performance (montage techniques)
"Theatron" was originally the audience space
(LE) Theatron x 2 design of the poster series
Cf. service view
Rituals as a means for dealing with crises
Academic Performances (PSi7)
Cabaret as performance? Cf.. (Lili Fischer,
Franz Prieler) (Donna Lewis) (Diva Cabaret
Marlene Madison Plimley, Mernie Le
Plested, Alvin Erasgo Tolentino, Lori
Weidenhammer) cabaret performance
Hedonism a philosophy of performance art
32 philosophical view
Philosophical database (Mike Hentz)
As a principle, B.M. is an exploration of
attention (3) Attention as accuracy
Kneipp cure Performance (Lili Fischer)
Experimentally assembling circumstances (BN)
Allegorical processions (celebration art)
(Antoni Miralda)
Computer as theater of memory (research
Performance as ritual Performance as catharsis
Performance as drive analysis Performance as
form of action in therapeutic praxis
Avoidance of narrative structures
Performative science
Performativity as the operationality of
information (Lit. Lyotard)
art studies view
Turn to the performative act (instead of the well
formed message)
Professor of philosophy as performer (Adrian
Piper) Philosophy lecturer (Nick Land)
Performance as representation of facts (s.r.)
lectures (2)
Narratively structured performance (Category 12
according to M.-L. Lange) These forms of action
tell stories and are based on a clear concept of
staging. (Renate Bertlmann) (Brian Catling)
cf.. (art) historical view
Philosophical terminal (2)
Three-dimensional narrations
Performance as presentation
Philosophies and sciences of becoming (Proj.
Lecture performance (Xavier Le Roy, Mike Hentz)
Gray ascribes a coding effect and
integrative function to all emotions for
cognitive contents Cognitions with the same or
similar emotional hue tend to conjoin into
emotion-specific separate worlds (in the sense of
the logic of anger, anxiety, mourning or joy ...)

performativity discourse theater theory theater
studies dramatic discourse art theory philosophy p
ostmodern discourse nomadology discourse deconstru
ctivism discourse performance studies
performance theory
Theater without theater (Mark Boyle)
the intentional view "presentation" (BN)
Choreography as danced theory (Jerome Bel)
One-Woman-Theater (Margaret Dragu)
Semantic routes on the Net
Kinetographic theory development
Lecture as performance (Thomas Huber, Andrea
Fraser) (John Bock) (Bazon Brock)
Practical performative hermeneutic deduction (H.
Performance lecture (PSi7 Hanne Sitz, Marie
Luise Lange)
Performance conferences (Also see networks)
performing arts
Symposia The council
Dress as information carrier (Regina Frank) body
Theater of perception (Adriana Zamboni)
Narrative Performance (Vito Acconci) (Vasan
Sitthiket) (M. Schwaighofer)
Methods of Using New Media in performance
Studies (PSi7 see articles Maria Beatriz de
Medeiros, Carol Burbank, Irina Khiginskaya,
Diane Howard, Stan Dyer)
Theater WuWei
(LE) A theatricalization may be observed in
performance art
(Ruth Geiersberg, Elizabeth Le Compte, Jürgen
Raap, Schechner The performance garage, Ron
Vawter, CARKA, Norbert Klassen, Studio Azzuro)
Philosophical lecture-like performance
(KwieKulik) (Prz. Kwiek S. Kulik)
The reduplicated event is always a farce (Mersch)
Anti-mimetic theater
theater performance
seminars (2)
Art jury as performance (the jury U. Wid, Die
Fabrikanten, G. Dirmoser, Neuner, et al.)
32 theater studies view
Performance analysis (PSi7) performance
control mimetic distance (theatre) /vs/
physical awareness of the performative situation
(Eva Fuhrer, Janet Haufler, Vereana
Schwab, Jürgen Fritz, Norbert Klassen, Stefan
Kurt, Charles Richardson, Matthew McGuire, Andrea
(Serapiostheater, Bak-Truppen, Wooster Group,
SRL, La Fura dels Baus, ATEM Group)
Plurimedia theater (LE)
PAM Performance analysis method (Ute Ritschel)
Performance as memory theater
Performance appearance as an absurd act of
information (Ruskin Stichting, Rotraut Pape, et
theater view
Translation between Performance and Performance
Studies (PSi7 article Deidre Mulrooney)
Transforming Analytical Discourse to Performance
(PSi7 Zoltan Imre)
(Monica Klingler, Theater am Montag, STOP.P.T.
Norbert Klassen, EX!T Elke Schmidt, Tilo
Schwarz, Gob Squad)
performance theater
Theater of Mistake (Anthony Howell)
Production of presence (LE)
Performance archive (cf.. service)
Absurd Theater
Extreme theater Viennese Actionists)
See also dance performance movement view
(Res Ingold, Boris Nieslony, Jürgen Fritz,
Wolfgang Sautermeister)
Methods of Performance Analysis Cognition and
Fragmentarisation (PSi7 articles Zoltan Imre, T.
Kubikowski, Wojciech Baluch)
Mobile theater (Dorte Holbek) Miniature theater
(Gregor Leschig) Street theater performance
(Hiromi Shirai)
Performance as trans-genre or anti-genre
within art studies
(Tadasu Takamine)
Theater as event
Notes as performance (Karin Beck, Elsbeth
Böninger Norbert Klassen)
Literature Die Grube und das Pendel (article
in Relikte Sedimente / Rob La
Frenais Kontextbewußte Ansätze in Kunst und
Wissenschaft / G. Dirmoser (DG) Gotthard
Günther (on polycontextuality) Marvin Carlson /
Performance a critical introduction (book)
!! Victoria Best Peter Collier (Ed.) /
Powerful Bodies Performance in French
Cultural Studies !! Guy Debord / Rapport zur
Konstruktion von Situationen Kenneth Burke
Dwight Conquergood Victor Turner Erika
Fischer-Lichte / 01.99 Kulturen des
Performativen (Sonderforschung BRD) Erika
Fischer-Lichte / Vom Text zur
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