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These various Ways of making art and culture also interact with different conceptions of what we think that The Way used to be. Did The Way used to mean creating commodity art for selling to collectorsor has The Way referred to the rehearsing of ticketed plays for subscriber audiences?

Did The Way used to be public plop art that has now been replaced by dispersed performative practices? Those differing notions of what The Way might be obviously expose vastly different notions of who the We might bebased again on who you think that the We once was and whether you ever thought you were part of it. Is the We former theater students — people for whom performance meant accessing the diaphragmlearning scansiondeveloping emotion memoryand experimenting with all varieties of objectives and obstacles to create believable characters?

Such individuals might be called artistic directors at places like Danspace or The Public or The Met.

For the We that is an art receiverwhat art literacies and art claudiia were functionally suspended in some places and reactivated at others? What literacies and habits now seem to need complete recalibration with every newly encountered work? On the one handthe way we Perform Now is not so different from some of the Ways that some members of this We performed Then. This is hardly the first era that has seen performance in the museum; as David Velasco has said as wellit is hardly the first time it has happened at The Whitney.

Howeversome might worry that he is also moving the museum toward the same experiential service idiom that informs so much else in our lives right now: For those who descend from the dancerssingersand actorsthe chorinesthe touring troupesthe actor – managersand the stage managers that populate theateroperamusicand dance historythe creation of affect and the design of experience has been central to ourand theirvery long labor history; they have been coordinating affect and experience long before any post – Fordist moment.

Meanwhilelots of non – New York — based artists and curators have been approaching those stakes from different angles. First and very generallywe need to recognize the following: Indeedwe can find ourselves turning to the next point: So the shorthand is helpfulbut also produces blind – spots right at the places where productive connections across and within art forms have been made.

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Once we all remain committed to exploring and enabling cross – arts experimentit is interesting to begin to notice anew the places where it has already occurred.

On the one handFraser is de – materializing the visual art space; on the other hand — and from the perspective of the performing arts — Fraser is also acting. Some can end up being suspicious about the appropriation of one form in order to stage the disruption magazyyn another.

And some might be even more suspicious of the fact that few people notice this re – use.

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In factplease see the next point: Caludia Kourlas seems to be objecting to the idea that this repurposing will not be registered to those for whom such movement is new. Within different art formsthere rose growing suspicion of virtuosic skill as traditionally executed. The internal critique of these art forms — and the critique of their relation to social systemseconomiesand culture industries — needed mabazyn happen in an environment that sidelined the appeal and pleasure of virtuosic skill in order to focus the artistic encounter on the idea — the idea of movementthe idea of taskthe idea of exchangeor objecthoodof the bodyof the museumthe studiothe theateror the screen.

Without more solid immersion in the trajectory of conceptual practice that got us to different pointswhether Conceptual visual artor Minimalist dancepost – dramatic theateror expanded cinemawe might still have different ways of deciding where the Idea is and where the Skill is.

Is it helpful to invoke the quotation mark effect in order to think critically? Put another waywhen does the invocation of the conceptual turn seem to be rationalizing the fact that certain artists never learned any skills in the first place? This actually can be hard to do; hard for Jackson Pollock to dohard for Yvonne Rainer.

Forgive me for not sharing an example here. So while unfamiliar Conceptual forms can appear curiously un – skilledthey can also look egregiously proficient — too goodor too beautiful in that lay sense of virtuosity to have any Conceptual value. Indeedsome forms look to some eyes. Suspiciously Over – Skilled Certainly this suspicion shadows performance in the museumespecially dance performanceespecially beautiful dance performance.

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If the homogenizing of the heterogeneity of performance has meant that too many understand performance only to be itself when it is livespontaneousunrehearsed and magazunthen we findnot only dance peoplebut also theater people needing to explain why some kinds of interventions might need rehearsal.

Rehearsal is getting c,audia to the idea of repeating. Indeedthey are being worked out in an apparently asymmetrical power field — one where donor mxgazyncollector intereststicket pricesunion rulesand the availability of day jobs all seem to swirl in an anxious mess.

In this messwe can find ourselves enduring what many experience as the following: And of courseonce one is offered the chance to swap contextsespecially in one where the new context is perceived to be more powerful than anotherone might not necessarily find that the resources and know – how provided match the status of the space. The sense that Power Is Always Elsewhere will inevitably boomerang back to the recognition that power is also right here at home.

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That sense that the Grass Is Greenerand that sense that its Magazzyn must mean it is artificial turffuels finger – pointing that might keep us from noticing the larger issue: Older forms of jealousy among fellow artists can clsudia exacerbated as one learns about the economic models of other forms and wonders about further corruption.

Performing artists who never sold documentation suddenly are. Visual artists who never sold tickets to experience their work suddenly are.

My hope would be that the questions we are asking today might be joined to the questions you are asking in those magaztn forums. Finallyall art forms have their celebrity artistsdistributing opportunities and resources inequitably and sometimes without logic.

Her books include Lines of Activity: Performing ArtSupporting Publics Routledge She is working on an edited collection of keywords on performance curating with the Pew Center for Art and Heritage.

Works Cited DaviesSiobhan. La RoccoClaudia. Reprinted in The Performance ClubSeptember 11 Richard Maxwellas Told to David Velasco. The Political Theory of Exodus. University of Minnesota Press. Los AngelesCA: Semiotext e Foreign Agents Series. Press materials of the German Pavillion on 54th Venice Biennal ,