Faces in the Crowd: Theorizing the 'Public' in 'Public Performance Art,' 1957-1994

Santel, Laura

While performance art has grown in popularity since the 1960s, no work has been done to analyze the audience as more than a generic mass. This paper begins to fill that gap, addressing the audience as a material carefully considered by artists as part of the performance. Since performance art is a vast and heterogeneous category, this study limits itself to performance art in public spaces, usin... read more

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