E–book [Performing Revolutionary] å Nicole Garneau


It s probably not fair for me to review this book since I m pictured inside and thanked in the opening acknowledgements But what the heck Nicole has written a thoughtful heartfelt book that not only describes the 60 performances she created over the course of five years one a month between January 2008 60 performances she created over the course of five years one a month between January 2008 December 2012 but also becomes a handbook for any. The result of five years of practice based creative research focused on Nicole Garneau’s UPRISING project Performing Revolutionary presents a number of methods for the creation of politically charged interactive public events in th. Performing RevolutionaryOne action at a time I m rateful for her creation of a how to Manual For What It Means To Be An Engaged m rateful for her creation of a how to Manual For What It Means To Be An Engaged for what it means to be an engaged artist the 21st century This book continues to be an inspiration to me as a resource and uidance during this political and social climate It s formatted in an intimate how to uide that many will able to relate and take throughout their day to day. Ce art Bringing together accounts by participants writers theorists artists and activists as well as photographs and critical essays Performing Revolutionary offers a fresh perspective on the challenges of moving from critiue to acti.

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One interested in how Art And Activism Can Go Together and activism can o together For people there is a struggle to see activism as an artistic experience or to understand how art can be used as a form of activism even if it understand how art can be used as a form of activism even if it not have direct results in political or social change Nicole s text explores the idea that maybe what is needed is to change one person s perceptions. E style of a how to uide UPRISING a series of public demonstrations in eight locations in the United States and five in Europe involved thousands of voluntary participants who came together to create radical change through performan. ,