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Where the heart beats : John Cage, Zen Buddhism, and the inner life of artists

Autore: Kay Larson
Editore: New York : Penguin Press, 2012.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
Banca dati:WorldCat
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Where the Heart Beats is the story of the tremendous changes sweeping through American culture following the Second World War, a time when the arts in America broke away from centuries of tradition and reinvented themselves. Painters converted their canvases into arenas for action and gesture, dancers embraced pure movement over narrative, performance artists staged "happenings" in which anything could happen, poets  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Persona incaricata: John Cage; John Cage; John Cage; John Cage
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Kay Larson
ISBN: 9781594203404 1594203407
Numero OCLC: 759772047
Descrizione: xvi, 474 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contenuti: D.T. Suzuki --
John Cage --
Merce Cunningham --
Four walls --
Seeking silence --
Ego noise --
The mind of the way --
Heaven and earth --
The infinity of being --
Zero --
Another school --
Moving out from zero --
Indeterminacy --
Interpenetration --
Coda.
Responsabilità: Kay Larson.

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Where the Heart Beats is the story of the tremendous changes sweeping through American culture following the Second World War, a time when the arts in America broke away from centuries of tradition and reinvented themselves. Painters converted their canvases into arenas for action and gesture, dancers embraced pure movement over narrative, performance artists staged "happenings" in which anything could happen, poets wrote words determined by chance. In this tumultuous period, a composer of experimental music began a spiritual quest to know himself better. His earnest inquiry touched thousands of lives and created controversies that are ongoing. He devised unique concerts--consisting of notes chosen by chance, randomly tuned radios, and silence--in the service of his absolute conviction that art and life are one inseparable truth, a seamless web of creation divided only by illusory thoughts. What empowered John Cage to compose his incredible music--and what allowed him to inspire tremendous transformations in the lives of his fellow artists--was Cage's improbable conversion to Zen Buddhism. This is the story of how Zen saved Cage from himself. Where the Heart Beats is the first book to address the phenomenal importance of Zen Buddhism to John Cage's life and to the artistic avant-garde of the 1950s and 1960s. Zen's power to transform Cage's troubled mind--by showing him his own enlightened nature--liberated Cage from an acute personal crisis that threatened everything he most deeply cared abouthis life, his music, and his relationship with his life partner, Merce Cunningham. Caught in a society that rejected his art, his politics, and his sexual orientation, Cage was transformed by Zen from an overlooked and marginal musician into the absolute epicenter of the avant-garde. Using Cage's life as a starting point, Where the Heart Beats looks beyond to the individuals Cage influenced and the art he inspired. His creative genius touched Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Yoko Ono, Alan Kaprow, Morton Feldman, and Leo Castelli, who all went on to revolutionize their respective disciplines. As Cage's story progresses, as his collaborators' trajectories unfurl, Where the Heart Beats shows the blossoming of Zen in the very heart of American culture [Publisher description].

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