The Berlin-based art historian and author of How to Do Things with Art – The Meaning of Art’s Performativity, Dorothea von Hantelmann, gives a lecture and. Dorothea von Hantelmann “Why exhibitions became a modern ritual (and what they tell us about the society in which they take place)”. Dorothea von Hantelmann – Notizen zur Ausstellung. How can it be that the Artistic Director of the dOCUMENTA (13) can talk about a certain kind of.

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The Experiential Turn — On Performativity — Walker Art Center

Available for download now. The synchronic museum—if we can call it that—would forgo history in the name of a kind of intensity of experience, an aesthetic charge that is not so much temporal historical as it is now radically spatial. The works of Carl Andre and Robert Irwin are, in very different ways, based on these premises.

In a radically discontinuous way, Coleman forges links between subjective experience and a specific historical event. The visitors are crucial and hanelmann to the work—without their comments the main part could not take place. Provide feedback about this page. The properties of the mirrored glass cause one side of a pavilion to be either more reflective or more transparent than the other, depending on which receives more light. Yet the fact that the performative is not a label does not mean that we cannot use it to shed light on those art phenomena to which it is most often applied.

As the comments are likely hantelamnn be different, the discussions vary considerably. For what in the final instance is bereft of content is, Krauss suggests, the historical dimension of the art experience or, more specifically, a dimension that references the historical.

This spatial configuration creates a kind of equilibrium between those enacting and those visiting.

The artwork needs to become an object of reflection, just as the visitors have to become the object of the conversation that they witness; it is as if the work of art were holding up a mirror to the observer. Without comment, without communication, the artwork has no life force.

It recognizes the productive, reality-producing dimension of artworks and brings them into the discourse. Considered part of the Light and Space movement—a branch of Minimalism originating in Southern California in the s—Irwin produced site-specific works that addressed the scale and hantelmqnn parameters of the space, setting and challenging the limits of perception.


The work with and on the self presupposes an engagement with outer projects or content in the same way that such an engagement with projects or content also implies or leads to work on oneself.

The shift toward inner goals that Schulze had defined as the main characteristic of contemporary Western societies is now recognized as a path that does not turn away from the outside but, conversely, presupposes an engagement with it. As long as this order was determined by premises of production and progress, the exhibition was able to be the privileged site for ritually performing a subjective dorotnea with objects.

The affluent society is defined by the fact that its aggregate production is greater than what its dkrothea can consume. Dorothea von Hantelmann Dorothea von Hantelmann imagines what a dancing museum could be.

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From a distance we can already hear a hollow beat fighting its way through the exhibition space like blood pumped through the body by a beating heart. The powerful experience of the artwork is pinned to the moment of perception, and yet it has a grounding in history, or rather it bears the historical within it, bringing this into the present by linking it with the testimony of a specific event, charged with all the tensions and contradictions that form an actual historical situation.

Vvon does it imply for art? Questions that until now have been asked primarily in critical discourse: For him, this social performance marks the actual core of the museum ritual. In the canon of the twenty-first century, Balanchine would be as important as Malevich. The fact that there is an inequality of distribution that can and should be criticized does not mean that Western societies are not structurally affluent societies.

With the increase in both income and leisure time, more and more people can and need to shape their lives according to their own needs and preferences. This book attempts to answer this question on a theoretical level, and to indicate, through the analysis of works by James Coleman, Daniel Buren, Jeff Koons, and Tino Sehgal, how artists can create and shape social relevance; in other words, to provide what could be called a pragmatic understanding of dorotha societal impact. The sculptures prompted him to opt for new design paradigms, preparing and anticipating new spatial concepts that took their cue from warehouses and factories and presentation formats that were geared toward comprehensive monographic shows.

The experience of the artwork is refracted in a reflection on the historical, cultural, and forothea origins of this experience. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. About culture calendar What is culture. It does not mean that what is produced is equally distributed or accessible. Their voices become weak as they slowly sink to the floor and, as if with their dying breath, utter for a last time: Box is a work that very strongly cites and involves the body.

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It is deeply linked to concepts of modernity and modernisation. He started integrating experiential relationships hantel,ann the architectural environment, but he also designed gardens and took on landscape projects.

AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Although Minimal artworks can be seen today as belonging to a specific time and can be represented as such, in terms of their conception they initially excluded a specific type of reference to history.

Public Lecture by Dorothea von Hantelmann/ The Curatorial Course

First, he constructs the aesthetic in terms of a temporal structure, forming a discontinuous constellation of the present and the past. Get to Know Us. With these works, experiences had with the work become an integral part of the work.

How are experiences created, shaped, and reflected in artworks, and how do they produce meaning? How does art become politically or socially significant? Looking at art spaces as a series of decisive moments of transformation, I will pose the question if the transformations of our epoch are asking for a new kind of ritual, after that of the exhibition.

But just as Minimal artworks are abstract—with their geometric shapes and qualities as pure objects—and seem to maintain a position outside the representational conventions outlined in art history, so too does the experience of viewing these artworks remain abstract. Robert Irwin began his career in the s as a painter before he turned to making objects such as discs and acrylic columns.

Two-way mirrors used in office buildings are always totally reflective on the exterior and totally transparent for the workers within, so that a kind of surveillance power is given to the corporate side.

Instead it forms part of an external space—which it shares with its viewer—in which meaning is produced in relation to a given situational reality. High to Low Avg. The more saturated the status quo of scientific and technological development, the more odrothea becomes the necessity for a different mode, one that is less determined hantelmajn breaking boundaries and expanding possibilities, and more oriented toward ideas of how to shape and give form to the status quo.

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