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Christoph Schlingensief
Art without Borders
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ISBN 9781841503196
Paperback 176 pages pages
230x174 mm
Published May 2010
Imprint: Intellect
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The work of acclaimed German artist Christoph Schlingensief spans three decades and a diverse range of fields, including, film, television, activism, opera, and theatre. Christoph Schlingensief: Art without Borders is the first book to be published in English on Schlingensief’s groundbreaking, politically engaged body of work. Leading scholars in the field offer a critical assessment of Schlingensief’s hybrid practice, and an interview with Schlingensief himself provides the reader with insight into past and present projects. The book will be an essential resource for artists, curators, students, and academics in the fields of theatre and performance studies, film studies, cultural studies, German studies, political activism, and
art history.

 

To read the full review in Contemporary Theatre Review click here to download the pdf.

Chapter titles
Foreword
Alexander Kluge
Background, Inspiration, Contexts
Tara Forrest and Anna Teresa Scheer
The Tunguska Manifesto: Schlingensief’s Critique of Film and the Resititution of Experience
Richard Langston
An Obscene Reckoning: History and Memory in Schlingensief’s Deutschlandtrilogie
Kristin T. Vander Lugt
Theatre of Self-Questioning: Rocky Dutschke, ’68, or the Children of the Revolution
Sandra Umathum
Passion Impossible or Man with a Mission: A Goffmanesque Intervention
Anna Teresa Scheer
Putting the Public Sphere to the Test: On Publics and Counter-Publics in Chance 2000
Solveig Gade
‘Right now Austria looks ridiculous’: Please Love Austria! – Reforging the Interaction between Art and Politics
Denise Varney
Productive Discord: Schlingensief, Adorno, and Freakstars 3000
Tara Forrest
The Fusion and Confusion of Art and Terror(ism): ATTA ATTA
Brechtje Beuker
Media Play: Intermedial Satire and Parodic Exploration in Elfriede Jelinek and Christoph Schlingensief’s Bambiland
Morgan Koerner
Schlingensief’s Animatograph: Time Here Becomes Space
Roman Berka
Citizen of the other place: A Trilogy of Fear and Hope
Florian Malzacher
Blurring Boundaries/Changing Perspectives: An Interview with Christoph Schlingensief
Florian Malzacher
Reviews
'One of this collection’s real strengths [is] the cumulative effect of tracing the artist’s own trajectory reveals a coherent set of concerns rigorously pursued across disparate forms' – Contemporary Theatre Review, Theron Schmidt

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