2014, English, Thesis edition: Shifting roles: the embodied edges of performance-enhancing art practice TRELOAR, ANDREW

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  • thesis(masters)
Published
  • 2014
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Shifting roles: the embodied edges of performance-enhancing art practice
Author
  • TRELOAR, ANDREW
Published
  • 2014
Physical Description
  • thesis(masters)
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Summary
  • This research project utilises movement practices from dance and sport as material to generate processes for art-making. It extends an interdisciplinary engagement between art and dance, commencing with the Bauhaus, through to contemporary performance art. By training his amateur body with these disciplines’ conditioning-techniques, the researcher prepares for active self-inclusion in the artwork. The project seeks to problematise the conventional roles of artist, viewer and performer through experiments in framing all as moving human bodies, including invited professional practitioners.
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  • © 2014 Andrew James Treloar
Language
  • English
Identifier
  • oai:minerva-access.unimelb.edu.au:11343/​54836

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