Alienation effects. Performance and self-management in Yugoslavia, 1945-91. (Book, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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Alienation effects. Performance and self-management in Yugoslavia, 1945-91.

Author: Branislav Jakovljevic
Publisher: Ann Arbor. : The University of Michigan Press 2016.
Series: Theater--theory/text/performance.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In the 1970s, Yugoslavia emerged as a dynamic environment for conceptual and performance art. At the same time, it pursued its ownform of political economy of socialist self-management. Alienation Effectsargues that a deep relationship existed between the democratizationof the arts and industrial democracy, resulting in a culture difficult to classify. The book challenges the assumption that the art emergingin  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Branislav Jakovljevic
ISBN: 9780472073146 0472073141 9780472053148 0472053140
OCLC Number: 960463366
Description: 382 pages.
Series Title: Theater--theory/text/performance.
Responsibility: Branislav Jakovljevic.

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In the 1970s, Yugoslavia emerged as a dynamic environment for conceptual and performance art. At the same time, it pursued its own form of political economy of socialist self-management. Alienation  Read more...

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