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Monster, Motstånd, Makt & Magi


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Title: Monster, Motstånd, Makt & Magi
Authors: von Fräähsen, Frej
Issue Date: 17-Jul-2014
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: performancekonst
performance
performativ konst
monster
dans
koreografi
samtidskonst
suveränitet
makt
magi
performance art
contemporary art
dance
choreography
Abstract: The aim of this thesis is to model my artistic practice on an adaptation of Joseph Campbells monomyth and, using this model, investigate challenges of performativity in art (in public spaces). The overall themes are personal, aesthetic and ethical sovereignty and an uncompromising search for a deepening of the artistic practice. More than anything else it is a map and a story of an artist’s expansion out into an artistic field that is little developed in Sweden. It is my hope that this thesis, b... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/36493
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