ReMembering the Body

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ReMembering the Body

Ed. Gabriele Brandstetter, Hortensia Völckers im Auftrag von tanz2000.at, Mit STRESS, einem Bildessay von Bruce Mau, text(s) by Gabriele Brandstetter, Friedrich Kittler, Gertrude Koch, André Lepecki, Gerald Siegmund u.a.

English

2000. 388 pp., 194 ills.

hardcover

20.10 x 25.80 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-0905-7

The body has undoubtedly been the most popular subject of the media in the 20th century. This text and picture book designed by the star designer Bruce Mau reflects questions posed about pictures and concepts of the body - the body in movement. It is dedicated to dance, the experimental territory of the moving body par excellence; it explores topics such as body movement and film, choreography and spatial concepts, violation of taboos, aesthetics and violence in both the sciences and the arts, sheds light on cults and mnemonic myths as well as on the mechanical and manneristic body. The texts of well-known authors and the picture essay by Bruce Mau combine to present the fragments of the multiple pictorial dismemberment of the body as a vivid history of movement. ReMembering the Body is a suspenseful book of unusual design, which explores the questions of the body´s representability at the close of the 20th century. The book includes indices according to subject and person, making it an ideal reference work. (German edition available ISBN 3-7757-0902-9) The editors: Gabriele Brandstetter, graduate studies in literature and theatre, professor at Basle University since 1997; from 1993-1997 at the Institute for Applied Theatre, Gießen University; author of Tanz-Lektüren. Körperbilder und Raumfiguren der Avantgarde (1995). Hortensia Völckers, presently director of the Wiener Festwochen for the department dance and cross-over; from 1995-1997 member of the artistic panel of documenta X; from 1991-1995 head of the Internationales Tanzfestival München with the ensuing publications Zeit-Räume (1991), Ordnung und Zerstörung (1993), KörperFormen (1995).

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