Performative Research in Art Education: Scenes from the Seminar "Exploring Performative Rituals in City Space"

Ulrike Stutz

Abstract


In my contribution, I lay the foundations for a performative approach to art education research and then apply it to three examples from a performance seminar conducted with university students. In the process, I subject video documentaries produced during performative exploration of everyday rituals in public space, to a fresh performative analysis using media techniques. My research interest targets the reactions of passers-by as an expanded audience, i.e., it targets the qualitative changes of social space brought about by these actions of site specific art. The contribution is presented as a multimedia document with videos and animations. The parallel presentation of different media formats produces differentiating and activating readings.
URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0802514

Keywords


site-specific art; art education; art history; aesthetic examination; video analysis



Copyright (c) 2008 Ulrike Stutz

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