Site, 1964 Robert Morris WikiArtorg

Site, 1964 by Robert Morris. Conceptual Art. performance.
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AspenRM_webmov YouTube

27 Apr 2011 Robert Morris & Stan VanDerBeek Site (excerpt) (1964) with William S. Burroughs Nova Express: This, gentlemen, is a death dwarf (1965) excerpts read by t
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Variable Media Case Study: Robert Morris Variable Media Network

In his work with the Judson Dance Theater, Morris scripted performances wherein performers follow a choreographed sequence of actions using costumes and props specified by the artist. Although the format of his performance Site is conventional, the action is anything but. The sound of a jackhammer emanates from a 
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Sites of Subjectivity: Robert Morris, Minimalism, and Dance jstor

Wood. Although it may seem odd to include these wooden panels among the perform- ers, they assumed an active role in the choreography. Ironically, it was Schneemann who provided the background scenery. Nude and covered in white paint, she sat mo- tionless throughout the performance, recreating the pose and 
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Robert Morris: Bodyspacemotionthings – Exhibition at Tate Modern

14 Jun 2009 Robert Morris: Bodyspacemotionthings interactive installation at Tate Modern 22 May to 14 June 2009. He has since continued a prolific practice as artist and writer, producing performance, painting, drawing, installation and sculpture. He is the author of a series of seminal critical essays, including Notes 
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Sites of Subjectivity: Robert Morris, Minimalism, and Dance

21 Jan 2013 Sites of Subjectivity: Robert Morris, Minimalism, and Dance tionless throughout the performance, recreating the pose and persona of Edouard. Manet's famous O 2004 Robert. Morris/Artists. Rights Society. (ARS), New York. 114 Dance Research Journal 35/2 and 36/1 (Winter 2003 and Summer 2004).
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Site (After Robert Morris & Stan VanDerBeek) Triple Canopy

Labor and machinery, screens and frames, precision and wreckage. All coated in white.
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Performance (robert morris revisited) david weber-krebs

What is it with the spectacular? To find out, on as to go back to a historic period in modern art, that was seemingly defined by an unparalleled will to be anything but spectacular: the minimalism of the 1960s. Of course, doing little can be quite unspectacular, but doing very little is again most spectacular. And it was. So how is 
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Carolee Schneemann, Feminist Performance Pioneer, Talks

11 Dec 2013 I wasn't attracted to the role at all, I was actually interested in collaborating with Bob Morris. “Site” was completely his concept. I was interested in the history of Olympia working as an artist's model since she was herself a very accomplished painter. She was a serious painter whose works were often in the 
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Robert Morris Guggenheim

Born in 1931 in Kansas City, Missouri, Robert Morris turned to art and art criticism after studying engineering, eventually writing a 1966 master's thesis on as the Judson Dance Theater, for which Morris choreographed a number of works, including Arizona (1963), 21.3 (1964), Site (1964), and Waterman Switch (1965).
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Site © Robert Morris 1964 (with Carolee Schneemann)

16 sept. 2011 MORRIS Robert, Site. 1964. C'est Rosalind Krauss, commissaire de ma rétrospective de 1994 au Guggenheim qui a eu l'idée de filmer une version de Site, une performance de 1964. Contrairement à la performance originale, la reprise a demandé des heures et des heures de répétitions et d'attente.
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Robert Morris and Carolee Schneemann, Site (1963) Performance

CHINA-USA // Fashioning Meat into Art: Carolee Schneemann, Zhang Huan and Lady Gaga // Artists Zhang Huan and Carolee Schneemann have both gained notoriety for their use of raw meat and other forms of animal products as a communicative tool within their a 
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Robert Morris (artist) Wikipedia

In 1964 Morris devised and performed two celebrated performance artworks 21.3 in which he lip syncs to a reading of an essay by Erwin Panofsky and Site with Carolee Schneemann. Morris enrolled at Hunter College in New York (his masters thesis was on the work of Brâncuși) and in 1966 published a series of influential 
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