MERCE CUNNINGHAM S PRESENCE IN THE PRESENT

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Merce Cunningham S Presence In The Present

Author : Elizabeth Shelare Gilbride
ISBN : UCAL:X83572
Genre : Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.)
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This work analyzes the activities of the Merce Cunningham Dance Foundation to address the confluence of many issues facing artists, arts organizations and art policy-makers in the United States : the relationship of present creative practice to historical documentation; the interaction between the organizing bodies of policy and administration and the human bodies that enact and participate in creative work; and the institutionalization of memory and community.
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Merce Cunningham

Author : Merce Cunningham
ISBN : 0893818631
Genre : Performing Arts
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Photographs and text chronicle Merce Cunningham's fifty-year career and his contributions to modern dance
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Merce Cunningham Catalogo Della Mostra Vienna 4 Maggio 11 Giugno 2000 Rivoli 30 Giugno 10 Settembre 2000 Ediz Italiana E Inglese

Author : Germano Celant
ISBN : 8881582589
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Text by Germano Celant, David Vaughan, Barbara Frost, Yvonne Rainer, Paul Taylor, Lucinda Childs, John Cage, Karole Armitage, Nam June Paik, Jasper Johns, Merce Cunningham, et al.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Merce Cunningham

Author : James Klosty
ISBN : 0879100559
Genre : Choreographers
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New York

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ISBN : NWU:35556022875629
Genre : New York (N.Y.)
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Where The Heart Beats

Author : Kay Larson
ISBN : 9780143123477
Genre : Art
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A first book by a Zen Buddhist practitioner and leading art critic assesses the influence of Zen Buddhism on the work of composer John Cage, exploring the ways in which Zen transformed Cage's troubled psyche, his relationship with partner Merce Cunningham and his often indefinable music. 20,000 first printing.
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Silence Music Silent Music

Author : Nicky Losseff
ISBN : 0754655598
Genre : Music
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The contributions in this volume focus on the ways in which silence and music relate, contemplate each other and provide new avenues for addressing and gaining understanding of various realms of human endeavour. The book maps out this little-explored aspect of the sonic arena with the intention of defining the breadth of scope and to introduce interdisciplinary paths of exploration as a way forward for future discourse. The contributions reveal that unexpected concepts and ways of thinking emerge from looking at sound in relation to its antithesis, encompassing not just Western art traditions, but the relationship between music, silence, the human psyche and sociological trends - ultimately, providing deeper understanding of the elemental places both music and silence hold within world philosophies and fundamental states of being.
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Action Theater

Author : Ruth Zaporah
ISBN : 1556431864
Genre : Performing Arts
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Each chapter of this book presents a single day of the twenty-day training which Ruth Zaporah developed into Action Theater, her investigation into the life-reflecting process of improvisation. This book shows through exercises, stories, anecdotes, and metaphors how to focus attention on the body's awareness of the present moment, moving away from preconceived ideas. Improvisations move through fear, boredom, laziness, and distraction to a sustained awareness of creative options.
Category: Performing Arts

The New Yorker

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ISBN : NWU:35556039812771
Genre : Literature
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Modern Bodies

Author : Julia L. Foulkes
ISBN : 0807862029
Genre : Performing Arts
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In 1930, dancer and choreographer Martha Graham proclaimed the arrival of "dance as an art of and from America." Dancers such as Doris Humphrey, Ted Shawn, Katherine Dunham, and Helen Tamiris joined Graham in creating a new form of dance, and, like other modernists, they experimented with and argued over their aesthetic innovations, to which they assigned great meaning. Their innovations, however, went beyond aesthetics. While modern dancers devised new ways of moving bodies in accordance with many modernist principles, their artistry was indelibly shaped by their place in society. Modern dance was distinct from other artistic genres in terms of the people it attracted: white women (many of whom were Jewish), gay men, and African American men and women. Women held leading roles in the development of modern dance on stage and off; gay men recast the effeminacy often associated with dance into a hardened, heroic, American athleticism; and African Americans contributed elements of social, African, and Caribbean dance, even as their undervalued role defined the limits of modern dancers' communal visions. Through their art, modern dancers challenged conventional roles and images of gender, sexuality, race, class, and regionalism with a view of American democracy that was confrontational and participatory, authorial and populist. Modern Bodies exposes the social dynamics that shaped American modernism and moved modern dance to the edges of society, a place both provocative and perilous.
Category: Performing Arts