Staging Interactive Encounters
Edited By Outi Remes, Laura MacCulloch and Marika Leino
The essays present both academic research as well as case studies of curatorial projects that have pushed the boundaries of the art historical practice. The authors come from a wide range of backgrounds, ranging from curators and art producers to academics and practising artists. They ask what it means to present, curate and create interdisciplinary performative work for gallery spaces and offer cutting-edge research that explores the intricate relationship between art history, live and performing arts, and museum and gallery space.
8. Heckler, Performance, Participation and Politeness: Using Performance Art as a Tool to Explore the Liminal Space between Art and Theatre and its Capacity for Confrontation
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8Heckler, Performance, Participation and Politeness: Using Performance Art as a Tool to Explore the Liminal Space between Art and Theatre and its Capacity for Confrontation
Leech’s Politeness Principle (1983): ‘Minimise Maximise the expression of impolite beliefs, Maximise Minimise the expression of polite beliefs’ (Leecampbell 2013:always)
(A response by Mel Jordan (4 March 2013) to my annoyance of Geoffrey Leech’s branding of impoliteness as bad.)
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