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Carolee Schneemann : imaging her erotics : essays, interviews, projects.

Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Carolee Schneemann is one of the pioneers of performance, installation, and video art. Although other visual artists, such as Salvador Dali and Yves Klein, have used live self-portraiture and performance as a vehicle for public provocation, Schneemann was among the first to use her body to animate the relationship between the world of lived experience and the imagination, as well as issues of the erotic, the
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Carolee Schneemann; Carolee Schneemann; Carolee Schneemann
Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0262194597 9780262194594 026269297X 9780262692977
OCLC Number: 45917304
Awards: Winner of Carolee Schneemann is the winner of the Jimmy Ernst Award in Art presented by The American Academy of Arts and Letters. The $5000 prize is given to a "painter or sculptor whose lifetime contribution to his or her vision has been both consistent and dedicated.".
Description: 347 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Painter As an Instrument of Real Time / Kristine Stiles --
Proto-Feminist Body --
Interview with Kate Haug --
From the Notebooks --
"Maximus at Gloucester": a Visit to Charles Olson --
Eye Body: 36 Transformative Actions --
Meat Joy --
Snows / Robert C. Morgan --
Solanas in a Sea of Men --
Two London Letters --
Valie --
Notes from First Viewing of a Film by Dusan Makavejev: W.R. Mysteries of the Organism --
Sexual Parameters --
Interview with ND --
Feminist Erotic Iconography --
Interview with Linda Montano --
Istory of a Girl Pornographer --
American I Ching Apple Pie --
Cezanne, She was a Great Painter: Unbroken Words to Women--Sexuality Creativity Language Art Istory --
Women in the Year 2000 --
Interior Scroll --
Up to and Including Her Limits --
Dirty Pictures --
Anti-Demeter: The More I Give the More You Steal --
Homerunmuse --
The Lebanon Series --
Interview with Carl Heyward --
Censorship --
On Censorship: Interview with Aviva Rahmani --
Notes from the Underground: A Feminist Pornographer in Moscow --
Dream Morphologies --
Assimilating the Unassimilable: Carolee Schneemann in Relation to Antonin Artaud / Jay Murphy --
Fresh Blood--A Dream Morphology --
Venus Vectors --
Cycladic Imprints --
Infinity Kisses / Robert Riley --
Video Rocks --
Cats, Dreams, and Interior Knowledge--Cat Scan: Interview with William Peterson --
Homage to Ana Mendieta --
Mortal Coils --
Plague Column: Known/Unknown / Eleanor Heartney --
Vulva's Morphia --
Vespers Pool / Thomas McEvilley.

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