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16.4 On Philosophy & Participation

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PERFORMANCE RESEARCH VOLUME 16 ISSUE 4

Issue editors: Laura Cull & Karoline Gritzner

SKU: 978-0-415-556859 Category:

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On Philosophy & Participation aims to instigate reflection and debate on the relationship between performance and philosophy from the perspective of the contested concept of ‘participation’. Through a combination of contributions from artists – such as Felix Barrett of Punchdrunk and Lone Twin – and scholars, the issue examines ways in which modes of participatory performance engage philosophical concepts and, vice versa, how various philosophical approaches to the theme of participation have engaged art and performance. Individual contributions, for example, foreground the shared concern with participation as a means to investigate the points of dialogue and dissonance between Merleau-Ponty and Felix Ruckert; Jean-Luc Nancy and Rimini Protokoll; Deleuze and Grotowski; Rancière and Boal; Adorno and Group Material, and much more.

 

Editorial
Laura Cull, Karoline Gritzner
pp. 1 – 6
Practising Participation: A Conversation With Lone Twin
Carl Lavery, David Williams
pp. 7 – 14
The Arraignment Of Power: Augusto Boal And The Emergence Of The Radical Democratic Theatre Subject
Tony Fisher
pp. 15 – 26
Christoph Schlingensief And The Bad Spectacle
Theron Schmidt
pp. 27 – 33
Paradigms Of Participation: Wim Delvoye And Wafaa Bilal’s Tattooing Performances
Gabriella Calchi-Novati
pp. 34 – 45
Reaching Athens: Performing Participation And Community In Rimini Protokoll‚ Äôs Prometheus In Athens
Margherita Laera
pp. 46 – 51
Plural Intimacy In Micropublic Performances
Jon Sherman
pp. 52 – 61
Geoperformativity: Becoming, Performance And The World
David Fancy
pp. 62 – 72
Hovering Between Being And Non-Being: Nishidian Interexpression And The Fluxkit
Natasha Lushetich
pp. 73 – 79
Attention-Training: Immanence And Ontological Participation In Kaprow, Deleuze & Bergson
Laura Cull
pp. 80 – 91
Cultural Participation By Group Material: Between The Ontology And The History Of The Participatory Art Event
Adair Rounthwaite
pp. 92 – 96
Contagious Participation
Christopher Braddock
pp. 97 – 108
Form And Formlessness: Participation At The Limit
Karoline Gritzner
pp. 109 – 116
Participation As Ecstasis: Walking Out On Our Bodies
Eirini Nedelkopolou
pp. 117 – 123
From Pseudo-Activity To Critique: Adorno, Philosophy, Participation
Will Daddario
pp. 124 – 135
On Participation In Art: A Conversation With Alexander García Düttmann
Karoline Gritzner, Alexander García Dütmann
pp. 136 – 140
Notes On Contributors
pp. 141 – 142

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