An extensive illustrated survey of performance from the 1960s to the present by the author of the acclaimed 1979 work on the emergence of the form, Performance: Live Art from Futurism to the Present. The book includes biographies, a chronology and comments alongside photographs; it is organised in thematic sections including politics, music, opera, theatre, the body, dance, the spoken word, video, rock and roll, ritual, feminism, multiculturalism, and sexuality.
Harry N. Abrams Inc., New York, 1998, 240 pages, 332 illustrations including 123 full colour plates, 29 cm x 25.3 cm.
"While information on ecology is limitless, the intersection between ecology and feminism is largely underemphasised across environmental policies and, for what concerns us here, the arts. During our curatorial research...