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Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture 2nd Edition. Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture addresses what may be the single most important question facing all kinds of performance today. Since its first appearance, Philip Auslander's ground-breaking book has helped to. Pris: kr. E-bok, Laddas ned direkt. Köp Liveness av Philip Auslander på In Liveness Philip Auslander addresses what may be the single most important question facing all kinds of performance today: What is the status of live.
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Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture by Philip Auslander
Auslander has also worked as a freelance art writer who contributed art criticism to ArtForum International Magazine for ten years and has written catalog essays for museums in the US and Europe. In tackling some of the last great shibboleths surrounding the high cultural status of the live event, this book will continue to shape discussion and to liveness auslander lively debate on a crucial artistic dilemma: I think Auslander takes an innovative and smart approach to this topic, but I don't completely buy his argument liveness auslander media have the same ontological status as live performance in that they disappear at a particle level.
However, I do think he is right in suggesting that we need to critically rethink the privileging of live performance as something better or more authentic in performance studies. Live performances are just as susceptible to incorporating media elements as others.
Live Performance in a Mediatized Culture Initially, media events were modeled liveness auslander live ones.
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Now that media is culturally dominant, live events are now modeled on mediatized ones. Auslander treats this change as one dependent on the historical situation, rather than as dependent on intrinsic properties. This liveness auslander be just an instance liveness auslander remediation, where disciplines borrow, reference, and support each other.
This approach treats the relationship as non-antagonistic, though. Television strove to emulate theatre when it emerged rather than film. These sets of binary oppositions are hypothetical; in reality, it is impossible to distinguish the pure notion of liveness from the liveness auslander concepts.
The oppositions listed liveness auslander are meaningful only to the extent that they function as a useful starting point for their eventual intersections and conceptual convergence in actual performance.
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Debate in Performance Studies While performance studies is not the only academic discipline to have hosted a fertile debate on liveness, it is certainly privileged in the sense that it has witnessed rigorous articulation of the concept that has reflected upon the central premise of the field: The question of what constitutes a performance cannot be separated from the calibration of liveness as a discourse that encompasses a wide range of often seemingly contradicting concepts, such as ephemerality and recording, as well as disappearance and remains.
The two most prominent debaters in the field are arguably Peggy Phelan and Philip Auslander. Their varying positions have generated many more critical reviews and invited expanded arguments by other performance studies scholars such as Mathew Causey, Steve Dixon, Jennifer Parker-Starbuck, Daniel Sack, Chris Salter, liveness auslander Rebecca Schneider.
Staunchly upholding the position that performance occurs over time and cannot be repeated, Phelan delivered a decisive thesis on live performance in her oft-cited book Unmarked: The Politics of Performance Performance cannot be saved, recorded, documented, or otherwise participate in the circulation of representation of representations.
Poised forever at the threshold of the present, performance enacts the productive appeal of the non-reproductive. As she writes in Mourning Sex: Performing Public Memoriesthe predicament of disappearance is a universal condition that confronts mankind: Performance in a Mediatized Culture.
Dixon concludes that spectators liveness auslander a qualitatively different perception of performance depending on the presence and absence of live corporeal bodies: