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OUT OF STOCK Re.Act Feminism
A Performing Archive

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This comprehensive, thoroughly researched archive offers a compelling argument for re-locating feminism (in all its forms) as a fundamental force, shaping the political dynamics of performance art from its formative years up to the present.

€29.00

  • Editor

    Bettina Knaup, Beatrice Ellen Stammer

  • Text

    Kathrin Becker, Mathias Danbold, Jörn Ebner, Eleonora Fabião, Bettina Knaup, Laima Kreivytė, Laurence Rassel, Angelika Richter, Oxana Sarkisyan, Rebecca Schneider, Beatrice Ellen Stammer, Mare Tralla, Linda Valdés, Reet Varblane

  • Design

    Katrin Schoof

  • Language

    English

  • Details

    Paperback with flaps, 318 pages, ills. in color and b/w

  • ISBN

    978-3-86984-460-2

About the product

»re.act.feminism« is a project of greatest importance for the recent history of art worldwide. The publication »re.act.feminism« – a performing archive is a further precious manifestation and documentation of the brilliant work that has been done by cross links e.V. in the fields of research and archive, of theory and discourse, and, in curating performances and exhibitions of feminist art, thereby giving evidence of this most crucial artistic and political contribution (Silvia Eiblmayr, PhD, Curator and Author, Vienna).

This comprehensive, thoroughly researched archive offers a compelling argument for re-locating feminism (in all its forms) as a fundamental force, shaping the political dynamics of performance art from its formative years up to the present. Simultaneously, the impressive range of works and variety of artists surveyed makes this volume an essential contribution to the understanding of performance art’s centrality to feminism’s tactics, strategies and discourses. André Lepecki, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Performance Studies, New York University