Exam 3 Lecture 11

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Exam 3 Lecture 11: Theatre of the Oppressed: o Theatre usually done outside of an actual theatre to empower audiences Site-Specific performance: o Performance as live art o Jackson Pollock: known for “action painting” o Visual art – Theatre o Process and concept over product o Performance can be everyday events or staged spectacles o Perception and interpretation Theatre outside the theatre: o Coming back to our definitions of theatre A performs B for C; A performs B for C in X o Site Specific performance Performance attached to a place Performing “out of place”/The act of locating o Richard Serra: “to remove the work is to destroy it” o C and X are crucial in Site Specific performance (audience and  performance space) o A may be absent, A may be C, X may be B or A o New or old? It’s both. But to be more (site) specific:
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