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  • re.act.feminism - a performing archive
    analyses representation and how we share our lives with others Courtesy Jillian Peña Document media Video colour sound 10 30 min Issue date 2005 Tags be coming extended body gaze roleplay Archive Signature PEN 1 Back to selection Complete Archive About the project Partners Imprint Contact Find us on facebook abstraction activism aggression aging appropriation authorship be coming beauty body control body object relation cabaret capitalism childhood collectivity conflict consumerism

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    subtitles 50 00 min Interview 05 Ulrike Rosenbach 2008 DVD German with English subtitles 53 00 min Interview 06 Joan Jonas 2007 DVD English with German subtitles 47 00 min Interview 07 Martha Rosler 2008 DVD English with German subtitles 50 00 min Interview 08 Alison Knowles 2008 DVD English with German subtitles 53 00 min The Performance Saga Interviews DVD edition is a collection of video interviews with eight North American and European women pioneers of performance art in the 1960s and 70s The artists were important figures for the development and establishment of this new form of artistic expression The interviews are conducted by the artists Andrea Saemann 1962 and Chris Regn 1964 who is also the co director of the women s art archive bildwechsel in Hamburg In these conversations the artists talk about their works and the conditions under which these were produced giving us insight into how they view themselves and how they think Courtesy Performance Saga Document media Video colour sound lengths variable Issue date since 2007 Relations Andrea Saemann SAE 1 Andrea Saemann SAE 2 Tags his herstory Archive Signature PER 1 Back to selection Complete Archive About the project Partners Imprint Contact

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  • re.act.feminism - a performing archive
    Seven Monuments for Annie Sprinkle 2008 Sands Murray Wassink Robin Wassink Murray Town Hall Philosophical Living Color Drawing 2008 Annie M Sprinkle Elizabeth M Stephens Dirty Sexecology 2008 Included in the re act feminism archive are three performances by Muda Mathis Sands Murray Wassink Robin Wassink Murray and Annie M Sprinkle Elizabeth M Stephens Courtesy Performance Saga liveartwork editions Document media Video colour sound lengths variable Issue date Festival in Bern 2008 DVD documentation 2011 Relations Andrea Saemann SAE 1 Andrea Saemann SAE 2 Muda Mathis MAT 1 Sands Murray Wassink Robin Wassink Murray MURR 1 Annie M Sprinkle Elizabeth M Stephens SPR 1 Tags his herstory re enactment Archive Signature PER 2 Back to selection Complete Archive About the project Partners Imprint Contact Find us on facebook abstraction activism aggression aging appropriation authorship be coming beauty body control body object relation cabaret capitalism childhood collectivity conflict consumerism craft dance choreography de construct identities death desire destruction dis ability dis appearance dreamscapes durational performance exhaustion extended body failure fashion glamour femininity flesh fluxus fragmentation gaze happening health illness his herstory housework carework human non human animals in visibility inscription institutional critique intimacy labour language laughter humorous lecture performance manifesto masculinity

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  • re.act.feminism - a performing archive
    way in which images are constructed and the symbolic processes adopted by them Friederike Pezold performs a meditative work in six parts in which she inscribes images of her body equally divided into six regions the genitals Schamwerk chest Brustwerk thighs Schenkelwerk arms Armwerk eyes Augenwerk and mouth Mundwerk Her body is painted white and several geometric elements which are painted black stand out on certain areas creating a striking contrast of shapes and light intensities She has two circles on her nipples a triangle on her vulva her mouth is equally painted in black and white as is part of her thighs Each fragment fully occupies the screen as if viewed through a magnifying glass the reduced forms creating an effect of abstraction The female body is trans formed into minimal graphical signs and is thus released from an erotic and alien ating reading Light slow movements of different body parts create a serene pace that invites the quiet contemplation of a vivid sign language Courtesy Friederike Pezold with permission from Wulf Herzogenrath editor and initiator of the project 40yearsvideoart de Format video black and white silent 55 22 min Issue date 1973 77 Tags abstraction fragmentation language Archive

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    role in Pindell s work Initially Pindell was involved with the feminist art movement in the US but eventually became disillusioned and criticised the movement as it too generally gave priority to white women Howardena Pindell is a professor at Stony Brook in New York It is this conflict within the feminist movement that Howardena Pindell deals with in this video in which she appears as both a black and a white woman Pindell stages her experiences of the everyday racism she has to contend with as a black woman even in seemingly liberal circles Courtesy Le Peuple Qui Manque Paris Document media Video colour sound 12 00 min Issue date 1980 Relations Laura Cottingham COT 1 Tags in visibility racism voice Archive Signature PIN 1 Back to selection Complete Archive About the project Partners Imprint Contact Find us on facebook abstraction activism aggression aging appropriation authorship be coming beauty body control body object relation cabaret capitalism childhood collectivity conflict consumerism craft dance choreography de construct identities death desire destruction dis ability dis appearance dreamscapes durational performance exhaustion extended body failure fashion glamour femininity flesh fluxus fragmentation gaze happening health illness his herstory housework carework human non human animals in

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    In it Adrian Piper adopted the identity of an African American man roaming the streets and parks of New York Piper s aim was to liberate herself from certain aspects of her own subjectivity and explore moments of confrontation alienation and difference Using a mathematical formula she arranged 12 passages from her journal in chronological order and attributed these one by one to the M B Mythic Being Adrian Piper invested a great amount of time and effort preparing for her public performances meditating and repeating each journal passage like a mantra for a month prior to each performance This video is an excerpt from the film Other than Art s Sake by Australian artist Peter Kennedy Copyright Courtesy Adrian Piper Research Archive Berlin Document media Video b w sound 8 00 min Issue date 1973 To be seen in Centro Cultural Montehermoso Vitoria Gasteiz Spain 7 October 2011 15 January 2012 Relations Laura Cottingham COT 1 Tags be coming de construct identities normativity racism resistance roleplay Back to selection Complete Archive About the project Partners Imprint Contact Find us on facebook abstraction activism aggression aging appropriation authorship be coming beauty body control body object relation cabaret capitalism childhood collectivity

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  • re.act.feminism - a performing archive
    scattered mirrors and the scent of a perfume the audience is asked to wear red stiletto shoes regardless of their gender Power was a participatory happening the audience members become the performers and the objects of attention at the same time There are some women who are comfortable with wearing high heels and there some are men utterly unaccustomed to it The gendered sexual attractiveness associated with high heels becomes confused and applied to everyone humorously highlighting the role of fashion in gender relationships Performances Spazio 8 Milano Italy 5 March 2008 ex church of Sant Angostino Citta Sant Angelo Italy 12 April 2008 Courtesy Mariuccia Pisani Format video colour sound 4 46 min Issue date 2008 Tags fashion glamour femininity masculinity participation Archive Signature PIS 1 Back to selection Complete Archive About the project Partners Imprint Contact Find us on facebook abstraction activism aggression aging appropriation authorship be coming beauty body control body object relation cabaret capitalism childhood collectivity conflict consumerism craft dance choreography de construct identities death desire destruction dis ability dis appearance dreamscapes durational performance exhaustion extended body failure fashion glamour femininity flesh fluxus fragmentation gaze happening health illness his herstory housework carework human non human animals

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    included inviting 10 prominent men in Mexico to be Mother for a Day a competition in which people wrote letters to their mothers with everything you ever wanted to tell her but didn t dare and performance interventions during protests According to Bustamante Mexico is still an adverse country for women The deep class struggle we live the racial prejudice and the oligarchic values create a social fabric where women are excluded from active roles and attacked directly simply because they are women Polvo de Gallina Negra Mónica Mayer and Maris Bustamante persuaded the popular news anchor Guillermo Ochoa to dress up as a pregnant woman and be a Mother for a Day in a television show which was later converted into a video and presented in art museums During the show Ochoa and Polvo de Gallina Negra discuss motherhood and female archetypes TV performance 1987 television show canal 2 de Televisa Mexico Courtesy Maris Bustamante Mónica Mayer Document media Video colour sound 17 28 min photographs Issue date 1987 Relations Maris Bustamante BUS 1 Maris Bustamante BUS 2 Mónica Mayer MAY 1 Mónica Mayer MAY 2 Tags laughter humorous mass media maternity patriarchy trash Archive Signature POL 1 POL

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