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作者 Tisi, Rodrigo
書名 Architecture as Performance: The construction of display
國際標準書號 9781267049858
book jacket
說明 469 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 73-03, Section: A, page:
Adviser: Andre Lepecki
Thesis (Ph.D.)--New York University, 2011
An exploration of the practices of art and architecture of the 20th and early 21st centuries, "Architecture as Performance: the construction of display" unfolds a theoretical and practical approach to understanding the concept of performance (in the broad sense) in relation to these two specific fields of cultural production. This thesis reshapes the notion of (cultural) performance to include parameters of the performative and of performativity derived from the spaces and objects that we share, and that are projected by architects and artists. If performance needs to be "designed" (or at least desired), then this dissertation considers and expands upon the implications of space and object discourse within the field of performance studies. In doing so, the thesis also highlights and questions the dimension of performance as a doing and thinking practice
The expansion of the fields of architecture and art proposes a new hybrid territory of practice within the spaces of the city and its culture. This dissertation confronts conventional modes of disciplinary practice within architecture and art with practices of performance and "design thinking" as an alternate means to consider when displaying ideas of and about new hybrids projects of architecture and art. This thesis constitutes a theoretical and practical approach to the space of/for performance offered by the possible associative work between artists and architects. The ideas here contribute to both fields of architecture and performance studies to interpret, re-shape and project the word performance when thinking about space. At the beginning of this new century, the integration of different mediums of expression propelled by art and architecture plus the use of new technologies contribute to change the way we manipulate and perceive, debate and practice---by means of thinking, projecting and constructing---the world that surrounds us
School code: 0146
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 73-03A
主題 Design and Decorative Arts
Architecture
Urban and Regional Planning
0389
0729
0999
Alt Author New York University. Performance Studies
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