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UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PAVIA FACOLTÀ DI ECONOMIA, GIURISPRUDENZA, INGEGNERIA, LETTERE E FILOSOFIA, SCIENZE POLITICHE CORSO DI LAUREA SPECIALISTICA INTERFACOLTÀ IN EDITORIA E COMUNICAZIONE MULTIMEDIALE. Beyond the Wall Participation in Contemporary Art and Exhibitions. Relatore:

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Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PAVIA

FACOLTÀ DI ECONOMIA, GIURISPRUDENZA, INGEGNERIA, LETTERE E FILOSOFIA, SCIENZE POLITICHE

CORSO DI LAUREA SPECIALISTICA INTERFACOLTÀ IN

EDITORIA E COMUNICAZIONE MULTIMEDIALE

Beyond the WallParticipation in Contemporary Art and Exhibitions

Relatore:

Prof. ssa Marilisa Di Giovanni

Correlatore:

Prof. Natale Salvatore Bonfiglio

Tesi di laurea specialistica di:

Sonia Aggio


Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

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  • Section I – Participation through Contemporary Art

  • Section II – Typologies, Theories and Philosophies

  • Section III – Creating participation: Projects & Exhibitions

Scope CouldParticipation become a new way of

curating an exhibition?

This research wants to define whether of not this is possible and with which basis.

Beyond the Wall: Participation in Contemporary Art and Exhibitions


Participation through contemporary art

Participation through Contemporary Art

  • Precursors

New revolutionary movements posed the basis for a new art condition

FUTURISM

New collocation and condition on art for the future new liaison with mass culture

Fusion of artistic practices with advanced forms of technology

‘Arte Totale’

Stress on synesthesia and kynesthesia

Café Cabaret

DADA

Cabaret Voltaire  simultaneous poems - deliberate confusion designed to provoke

disintegration of the gap between performers/audience

SURREALISM

Viewer must complete the work

Theatre of Cuelty  astound the audience, leave them with a new counsciousness

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Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

SCHWITTERS

The MerzBau

First artwork to fully envelop the viewer and to bring it in a new enchanted world

“Cathedral of erotic misery”

“contemplative immersion of self in art” Schwitters

DUCHAMP

Fountain

The viewer is challenged to enter into a dialogue with the work

‘Reflective art’

Readymade - serial process

Etant Donnés

The onlooker ‘completes’ the artwork

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Yearsin which Participation starts to be a conscious matter, and progressively becomes, in the 1970s and 1980s, a core issue for the art world

NEO DADA

Strong sense of social, participatory politics

JOHN CAGE

4’33’’

A matter of chance

Noises in the environment and produced by the audience

OP ART

Physical engagement of the viewer

Environments intended to provide viewer with a total experience

The Heyday

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Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

HAPPENINGS

The spectator was bombarded with sensations, which he had to order on his own responsibility

The viewer can walk and move in the artwork and participate in it

ALLAN KAPROW

18 Happenings in 6 Parts

The artist invited the viewer to collaborate

Involved directly the audience moving together to experience the element of the Happennig

FLUXUS

Aim to bring art and life together

Incorporated participation and life into the works

YOKO ONO

Cut Piece

Ability to move viewers to surprising actions, and disturb their sense of self and others

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Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

ENVIRONMENTS

The artwork is enclosing the viewer in its new experience of the space

PISTOLETTO

Quadri Specchianti

Inclusion of the viewer and his surroundings in the artwork

PERFORMANCE and BODY ART

Any type of physical stage performance, which is not an exhibition of direct artistry

Incorporates satirical or conceptual elements

ABRAMOVIĆ

Imponderabilia

Forced the audience to an experience of touch, unfamiliar bodily sensation between shame and awareness of their bodies

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Full embracing of the New Media and their new possibilities, increasing involvement with social matters, progressive opening towards public spaces

MUNTADAS

The File Room

JOCHEN GERZ

The Gift

GONZALES TORRES

Utitled (Loverboys)

The Last Twenty Years

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Typologies theories and philosophies

Typologies, Theories and Philosophies

  • The GesamtkunstWerk

Simultaneous poetry

Visual poetry

Total work of art

Synesthesia

The Open Work

Openess= possibility of multiple interpretations of a text

It goes to the extreme with avant-garde movements? When becomes noise?

‘Deviation from the code’

The Role of the Author

‘Author-function’  the author does not disappear, continues to write, but his individuality has been overwhelmed by the desire of ‘partage’

The Emancipated Spectator

Emancipation = blurring the boundaries between looking and doing

understand the specifity of knowledge and activity in the spectator

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Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

SHOCKING and PROVOKING

  • Participation typologies

“The artist as activist, shaman and provocateur”

Creation of a meaningful event, which involves the full collaboration of the spectator

CONNECTING and NETWORKING

Creation of a connection between the participants

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Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

MEETINGS and CONVIVIALITY

Encounters and meetings of all kinds, to create a connenction between the artist and the viewers

CONTRACT and COLLABORATION

Relationship between perception and cognition that lead to collaborative and co-creative practices

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PERCEPTION and PHYSICAL ENGAGEMENT

Exploitation of ephemeral situations and inter-sensory correspondences with the idea of Environment

Physical or emotional engagement of the spectator

TECHNOLOGY and PARTICIPATION 2.0

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Move coreographing you

Move: Coreographing you

Artists and Exhibitions

physical engagement

but inner to artworks!

Happenings Happens

active participation

but isolated event during a special week-end

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World beach project

World Beach Project

active participation that exploits modern virtual technologies to create a shared space in which everyone could take part, confronting himself with others

it creates a network of ideas

Virtual Society

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Enchanted palace

Enchanted Palace

Dream and Performance

exploitation of ephemeral situations and inter-sensory correspondances with emphasis on perception rather than analytical reflection

The spectator becomes the subject re-reading the process according to its personal experiences

Participation as curatorial practice

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Conclusions

Conclusions

  • Participation is always more and more present in the exhibitions and is asked from the audience

It is usually in separate event or inner to the artworks

Enchanted Palaceone of the first exaples of a ‘partecipative curation’

It is essential to create a new environment in which the spectator could move and act

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Beyond the wall participation in contemporary art and exhibitions

Grazie


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