Simone Forti : thinking with the body / edited by Sabine Breitwieser for the Museum der Moderne, [translated by Nick Somers].Material type: TextLanguage: English Original language: German Publisher: Salzburg : Museum der Moderne, 2014Edition: English editionDescription: 303 pages illustrations (some colour), portraits (some colour) 29 cmContent type:
- still image
- Thinking with the body
- 709.2074 23
- N6537.F6755 A4x 2014
- Ibz Forti, Simone
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Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Simone Forti, Thinking with the Body. A Retrospective in Motion" held at Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, July 18-November 9, 2014.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-284).
Introduction to Simone Forti - a retrospective in motion / Sabine Breitwieser -- Essays and texts: The workshop process / Sabine Breitwieser in conversation with Simone Forti ; Between two continents : Simone Forti's see-saw / Meredith Morse ; Notes on Simone Forti / Robert Morris ; Animate matters : Simone Forti in Rome / Julia Bryan-Wilson ; The emergence of Simone Forti / Steve Paxton ; Simone Forti and sound / Liz Kotz in conversation with Tashi Wada ; On Simone Forti / Yvonne Rainer ; Embodying the world / Fred Dewey -- Works and texts by the artist: Dance constructions and related works ; "Personal" works ; Animal movement works ; Illuminations ; Further works ; Anatomy maps and news animations.
This book documents about 200 works of the artist, choreographer, dancer and writer Simone Forti, demonstrating her incredible diversity. Forti's examinations of the relationship between object and body in interaction with mental processes and language make an important contribution to art at the interface of sculpture and performance. Experiment and improvisation have always been crucial to Simone Forti's artistic modus operandi. The artist known as a pivotal figure of postmodern dance and minimal art, once stated: "I am interested in what we learn about the world through our bodies". One of her most famous works is the celebrated Dance Constructions (1960/61) which incorporate minimal objects made of plywood and ropes, and which created radically new ways of looking at dance. This book showcases her range of artistic media including holograms, drawing, sound pieces, videos and documentations of performances. Essays by specialists assess and establish the new precedents set by Forti's work.
Translated from the German.
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