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Am I the art? An analysis of the relationship of the live artist to the event [in panel Discomfort women: pushing the boundaries/ changing the rules]

Bartram, Angela (2005) Am I the art? An analysis of the relationship of the live artist to the event [in panel Discomfort women: pushing the boundaries/ changing the rules]. In: Becoming Uncomfortable: Performance Studies International Conference, 2005, 30 Mar - 3 April 2005, Brown University, Providence RI USA.

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Item Type:Conference or Workshop contribution (Paper)
Item Status:Live Archive

Abstract

The paper ‘Am I the Art? An Analysis of the Relationship of the Live Artist to the Event’ was presented at the panel ‘Discomfort Women: Pushing Boundaries/Changing the Rules 2’ on 01st April 2005. This international conference was held at Brown University, Rhode Island, USA between 30th March and 03rd April 2005, and was sponsored by fourteen international bodies, including British Council, Canada Council for the Arts and Austrian Cultural Agency. The paper included a performative element and reflected research in the area of how the artist influences the event through physicality by bridging what Gunther Brus called the ‘life/art gap’. Discussion centred on the role of the artist as objectified embodiment of a concept, and the affects that this gave. This was centred on personal experience, and illustrated.

Additional Information:The paper ‘Am I the Art? An Analysis of the Relationship of the Live Artist to the Event’ was presented at the panel ‘Discomfort Women: Pushing Boundaries/Changing the Rules 2’ on 01st April 2005. This international conference was held at Brown University, Rhode Island, USA between 30th March and 03rd April 2005, and was sponsored by fourteen international bodies, including British Council, Canada Council for the Arts and Austrian Cultural Agency. The paper included a performative element and reflected research in the area of how the artist influences the event through physicality by bridging what Gunther Brus called the ‘life/art gap’. Discussion centred on the role of the artist as objectified embodiment of a concept, and the affects that this gave. This was centred on personal experience, and illustrated.
Keywords:Art, Artists
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Fine Arts)
ID Code:1238
Deposited On:27 Sep 2007

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