Newly adapted for the Anglophone reader, this is an excellent translation of Hans-Thies Lehmann’s groundbreaking study of the new theatre forms that have developed since the late 1960s, which has become a key reference point in international discussions of contemporary theatre.
Photographs of the South Bronx, 1979-1987
Powerhouse Books, 2008 – 143 Seiten
The Bronx had almost stopped burning by 1979. The intensity and extent of the devastation permeated the landscape. It was an awesome mess, not just another neighborhood, but another realm, visible but incomprehensible. The Bronx came undone in a confluence of unfortunate circumstances: the life cycle of community, rampant city planning, economic change, racism, poverty, failed hopes, drugs, crime, abandonment, counterproductive government response. It was destroyed for profit. The entire story has yet to be told.
Spuren lesen, Dinge sammeln, Erinnerungen kartografieren, um die Wette autobiografieren: In den performativen Künsten lassen sich eine Reihe neuer, nicht-literarischer Erzählpraktiken beobachten, die sich weder unter einer dramatischen noch einer postdramatischen Perspektive subsumieren lassen. Vor dem Hintergrund innovativer theatraler Erzählformen entwickelt Nina Tecklenburg einen alternativen Zugang zum Narrativen: Im Zentrum steht das Erzählen als sinnliche, kulturelle Praxis und als partizipatorischer, soziale Beziehungen stiftender Prozess. Das Buch liefert einen grundlegenden Beitrag zur Aufführungstheorie und zur interdisziplinären Erzählforschung.
Princeton Architectural Press, 03.05.2007 – 285 Seiten
New York City is the undisputed center of the North American art world, and its public art is one of the most evident signs of its cultural wealth. For more than 30 years, Creative Time has been an avatar of public art in the city, working to engage art and the environment, artists and the public. Creative Time: The Bookshows how a single organization made it possible for thousands of artists to present awe-inspiring works that engage, taunt, seduce, enliven, and transform a city. Creative Time artworks have been seen in spaces both lofty and modest. Light projections have appeared on the Beaux-Arts entrance to the New York Public.
Whitney Museum of American Art, 2008 – 192 Seiten
For twenty-five years the Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria has occupied an entirely unique niche within the New York art world. Operating under the aegis of the Whitney Museum of American Art and funded by Altria Group, Inc., Whitney at Altria has enjoyed great programmatic freedom and presented exciting new work, always free to the public. Its commissioned exhibitions, annual performance series (dance, theater, and music), and innovative public programming have supported cutting-edge projects by numerous contemporary artists and performers, no small number of whom have gone on to become major art world.
Mateusz Borowski, Małgorzata Sugiera
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 16.04.2010 – 275 Seiten
The collection of essays Worlds in Words: Storytelling in Contemporary Theatre takes up the currently widely debated issue of the revival of various techniques of storytelling in contemporary theatre practice and playwriting. This topic is set in a larger context of the crisis of traditional theatrical and dramatic representation in the 20th century and sets the discussion of new storytelling techniques within the framework of cultural and post-colonial studies, as well as the recent theories of performativity.