Dance Music Ritual Media of Performance: Time MoLon & AcLon Voice & Sound The ArLst’s Body The Environment The Audience Ar,orms: DramaLc presentaLon by visual arLsts (as disLnguished from theater arLsts such as actors and dancers) in front of an audience, usually not in a formal seSng.
Dance Music Ritual Media of Performance: Time MoLon & AcLon Voice & Sound The ArLst’s Body The Environment The Audience CreaLon of an artwork using the arLst’s body and extensions of that body (Lme, moLon, acLon, sound, etc.) that only exists in real Lme and space among spectators/parLcipants.
the complete collaboraLon of the model. An I could salute its birth into the tangible world in a ﬁSng manner, in evening dress.” Yves Klein, Anthropometries of the Blue Period (“Live PainLng”/ “Living Sculpture”, Galerie InternaLonale d’Art Contemporain, Paris, March 9, 1960.
Galerie Schmela, Dusseldorf, November 26, 1965. “I do not really like explaining them to people…Even in death a hare has more sensiLvity and insLncLve understanding than some men with their stubborn raLonality.” Social Sculpture
America likes me, 1974. “We have to revoluLonize human thought. First of all revoluLon take place within man. When man is really a free, creaLve being who can produce something new and original, he can revoluLonize Lme.”