The Citizen Artist : 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena : An Anthology from High Performance Magazine 1978-1998, Vol. I

Burnham, Linda Frye and Durland, Steven and Arce, Elia and Cleage, Pearl and Cleveland, William and Eby, Douglas and Gaulke, Cheri and Geer, Richard Owen and Gómez-Peña, Guillermo and Hicks, Emily and Leonard, Bob and Lippard, Lucy and Lovelace, Alice and Malpede, John and Mancillas, Aida and Morgan, Robert C. and Navarre, Max and Neal, Leslie and Perlstein, Susan and Pimsler, Stuart and Piper, Adrian and Porterfield, Donna and Pottenger, Marty and Raven, Arlene and Schwarzman, Mat and Smith, Barbara T.. The Citizen Artist : 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena : An Anthology from High Performance Magazine 1978-1998, Vol. I. Gardiner, NY: Critical Press, 1998.

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Abstract (English)

An anthology of articles from High Performance Magazine published between 1978 and 1998, comprised mainly of interviews with artists grouped under three themes: the art/life experiment, the artist as activist, and the artist as citizen. Durland claims the groupings reflect the evolution of the magazine’s editorial concerns, from performance art to activist art to community-based art. Each text, he notes, is linked by the desire to reach beyond the traditional forms, content, and context of the arts to engage with a broader community. Biographical notes. Bibl. 4 p.

Types: Anthologies, essays, collections
All Contributors: Burnham, Linda Frye (Editor); Burnham, Linda Frye (Author); Burnham, Linda Frye (Interviewer); Durland, Steven (Editor); Durland, Steven (Author); Durland, Steven (Interviewer); Arce, Elia (Author); Boal, Augusto (Interviewee); Buchanan, Nancy (Interviewee); Cleage, Pearl (Author); Cleveland, William (Author); Conal, Ronnie (Interviewee); Cummings, Blondell (Interviewee); Eby, Douglas (Author); Finley, Karen (Interviewee); Fusco, Coco (Interviewer); Gaulke, Cheri (Author); Geer, Richard Owen (Author); Goler, Veta (Interviewer); Gómez-Peña, Guillermo (Author); Grey, Alex (Interviewer); Grey, Allyson (Interviewer); Halprin, Anna (Interviewee); Harding, David (Interviewee); Heyward, Carl (Interviewer); Hicks, Emily (Author); Hillman, Grady (Interviewee); Hsieh, Tehching (Interviewee); Lacy, Suzanne (Interviewee); Leonard, Bob (Author); Lippard, Lucy (Author); Lovelace, Alice (Author); Luna, James (Interviewee); Malpede, John (Author); Mancillas, Aida (Author); Mifflin, Margot (Interviewer); Montano, Linda (Interviewee); Morgan, Robert C. (Author); Navarre, Max (Author); Neal, Leslie (Author); Newton, Richard (Interviewer); Paterson, Douglas L. (Interviewer); Peeps, Claire (Interviewer); Perlstein, Susan (Author); Pimsler, Stuart (Author); Piper, Adrian (Author); Porterfield, Donna (Author); Pottenger, Marty (Author); Raven, Arlene (Author); Rhee, Ja Kyung (Interviewee); Rosenthal, Rachel (Interviewee); Roth, Moira (Interviewer); Schwarzman, Mat (Author); Serrano, Andres (Interviewee); Sherk, Bonnie (["contributor_type_typename_" not defined]); Smith, Barbara T. (Author); Sook, Hye (Interviewee); Steinberg, Janice (Interviewer); Valdez, Luis (Interviewee); Weinberg, Mark (Interviewer)
Dossier: 700 - ART PUBLIC / PUBLIC ART
Collation: xxxiv, 344 p. : 10 ill. ; 23 x 16 cm. - (Thinking Publicly : The New Era of Public Art)
ISBN: 0299158543
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Gardiner, NY: Critical Press
Artists: Anguía, Ricardo; Arce, Elia; Avalos, David; Baca, Judy; Boal, Augusto; Buchanan, Nancy; Callen, Michael; Conal, Ronnie; Cummings, Blondell; Ehrenberg, Felipe; Escobedo, Helen; Finley, Karen; Geer, Richard Owen; Gerra, María; Gómez-Peña, Guillermo; Harding, David; Harrison, Helen Mayer; Harrison, Newton; Hillman, Grady; Hsieh, Tehching; Kessler, Lyle; Lacy, Suzanne; Ladd, Margaret; Lerman, Liz; Luna, James; Malpede, John; Montano, Linda; Nash, Michael; Pimsler, Stuart; Posner, Richard; Pottenger, Marty; Rhee, Ja Kyung; Rosenthal, Rachel; Serrano, Andres; Sook, Hye; Ukeles, Mierle Laderman; Valdez, Luis
Keywords: PUBLIC ART; COMMUNITY; ACTIVISM; CITIZENSHIP; RITUAL; PERFORMANCE; POSTER; AIDS ACTIVIST ART; AMERICAN ART XXth CENTURY; AMERINDIAN ART; ART AND POLITICS; ART AND SOCIETY; SOCIOLOGICAL ART; FEMINIST ART; MEXICAN ART; MULTICULTURALISM; ARTISTS' RESIDENCE; ART THERAPY; KOREAN ART; THEATRE; DANCE; RESPONSIBILITY; TESLA, NIKOLA; WILLIAMS, HYPE
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Date Deposited: 26 May 2003
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2012 21:52
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/15794
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