Defying Reality: Performing Reimagined Worlds

@article{Intili2015DefyingRP,
  title={Defying Reality: Performing Reimagined Worlds},
  author={Amanda Intili and Matthew R. Pembleton and Lisa M. LaJevic},
  journal={Art Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={68},
  pages={40 - 46}
}
Performance and Street Art Performance art is an art form where the artist’s body is the primary locus of creative expression. Unlike traditional painting or sculpture, performances are ephemeral situations or events that take place in a specific space and time. Artists may engage in performance to explore social or personal issues with literal physicality “in which the human figure is aestheticized and infused with allegorical meaning” (O’Reilly, 2009, p. 15), or set up live social events… 
1 Citations
Social Responsibility High Teaching
Social responsibility can be defined as a personal investment in the well-being of others. In my opinion, social responsibility is linked with the social inclusion issue. So, the social

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 14 REFERENCES
The Body in Contemporary Art
"The Body in Contemporary Art" presents an international survey of art made over the last two decades in which the human form is central. Featuring work across a range of media, from painting and
Releasing the Imagination: Essays on Education, the Arts, and Social Change. The Jossey-Bass Education Series.
Introduction: A Quest for Meaning Part One: Creating Possibilities 1. Seeking Contexts 2. Imagination, Breakthroughs, and the Unexpected 3. Imagination, Community, and the School 4. Consciousness and
Artist-Driven Initiatives for Art Education: What We Can Learn from Street Art
6 the economic state of california is representative of the larger fi nancial health of the united states. the budget cuts and the faltering status of art education in public schools has contrasted
Performance Art as Critical Pedagogy in Studio Art Education
In rethinking studio art education, performance art represents the praxis of a postmodern theory that espouses the critique of cultural codes, the development of agency, and the production of new
Mapping the Trajectory of Vision
NEW PHOTOGRAPHY '05: CARLOS GARAICOA, BERTIEN VAN MANEN, PHILLIP PISCIOTTA, ROBIN RHODE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART NEW YORK, NEW YORK OCTOBER 21, 2005-JANUARY 16, 2006 After a period of renovation, the
Marina Abramovi's Seven Easy Pieces: Critical Documentation Strategies for Preserving Art's History
ABSTRACT This essay raises issues of authenticity, authorship and medium in a discussion of performance, documentation and re-performance. Its object of analysis is Marina Abramovi's 2005 performance
Living Sculptures: Performance Art in the Classroom
(2014). Living Sculptures: Performance Art in the Classroom. Art Education: Vol. 67, No. 4, pp. 40-46.
Barry Goldberg at Howard Scott and Larry Becker Contemporary.
Reviews the exhibitions on the works of artist Barry Goldberg at Howard Scott, New York and Larry Becker Contemporary at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Interview: Robin Rhode. initiArt Magazine. Retrieved from www.initiartmagazine. com/interview
  • 2010
Something there is that loves a wall. The New York Times
  • 2007
...
1
2
...