Correspondence Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and Her Circle

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Riassunto: Creator of such acclaimed works as the performance Meat Joy and the film Fuses, for decades the artist Carolee Schneemann has saved the letters she has written and received. Much of this correspondence is published here for the first time, providing an epistolary history of Schneemann and other figures central to the international avant-garde of happenings, Fluxus, performance, and conceptual art. Schneemann corresponded for more than forty years with such figures as the composer James Tenney, the filmmaker Stan Brakhage, the artist Dick Higgins, the dancer and filmmaker Yvonne Rainer, the poet Clayton Eshleman, and the psychiatrist Joseph Berke. Her “tribe,” as she called it, altered the conditions under which art is made and the form in which it is presented, shifting emphasis from the private creation of unique objects to direct engagement with the public in ephemeral performances and in expanded, nontraditional forms of music, film, dance, theater, and literature.

Kristine Stiles selected, edited, annotated, and wrote the introduction to the letters, assembling them so that readers can follow the development of Schneemann’s art, thought, and private and public relationships. The correspondence chronicles a history of energy and invention, joy and sorrow, and charged personal and artistic struggles. It sheds light on the internecine aesthetic politics and mundane activities that constitute the exasperating vicissitudes of making art, building an artistic reputation, and negotiating an industry as unpredictable and demanding as the art world in the mid- to late twentieth century.

From the Back Cover: "Not only a revelatory stroll in Carolee Schneemann's teeming archive, "Correspondence Course" demonstrates that letters, no less than canvases or installations, are works of art. An exquisitely dense meditation on address, Schneemann's revelatory letters and Kristine Stiles's deft critical framing perform a radical reconception of art history itself. At once deeply personal and profoundly philosophical, "Correspondence Course" illuminates and complicates pretty much every notion I have had about the past fifty years of avant-garde art. A brilliant, breathtaking, stunning book."--Peggy Phelan, Stanford University

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Descrizione libro Duke University Press. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, Correspondence Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and Her Circle, Kristine Stiles, Creator of such acclaimed works as the performance Meat Joy and the film Fuses, the artist Carolee Schneemann has saved the letters she has written and received for decades. Much of this correspondence is published here for the first time, providing an epistolary history of Schneemann and other figures central to international avant-garde happenings, Fluxus, performance, and conceptual art. Schneemann corresponded for more than forty years with individuals including the composer James Tenney, the filmmaker Stan Brakhage, the artist Dick Higgins, the dancer and filmmaker Yvonne Rainer, the poet Clayton Eshleman, and the psychiatrist Joseph Berke. Her "tribe," as she called it, altered the conditions under which art is made and the form in which it is presented, shifting art away from private acts and the creation of unique objects to art engaged directly with the public in ephemeral performances and in expanded, non-traditional forms of music, film, dance, theatre, and literature. Kristine Stiles selected, edited, annotated, and wrote the introduction to the letters, assembling them so that readers can follow the development of Schneemann's art, thought, and private and public relationships. The correspondence chronicles a history of energy and invention, as well as of charged personal and artistic struggles, arguments, and displays of ego. It sheds light on internecine aesthetic politics and the mundane activities that constitute the exasperating vicissitudes of making art, building an artistic reputation, and negotiating an industry as unpredictable and demanding as the art world in the mid-to-late twentieth century. For her part, Schneemann discusses financial dilemmas, grapples with her career, shares her success, joy, and love, and contends with loneliness, aging, and disappointment. Her correspondence reveals her to be a writer of considerable literary talent, as well as one whose letters are consummately visual, both in communicating images of sensate and corporeal experience and as material objects, as shown in the volume's many images. Codice libro della libreria B9780822345008

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