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Maska, časopis za scenske umetnosti

Open work

The third issue of the journal Maska in year 2005 deals with the problems pertaining to the idea of the open work. The critical premise of the issue, edited by Bojana Cvejić, is a survey of the overdetermined and overrated attributes of openness, flexibility and mobility; of research, laboratory and processual orientation as modes of production; of perception/reception as regards spectatorship, community, networking and self-organisation as distributional frameworks. The result of this survey is a heterogeneous, open issue with a broad selection of texts, ranging from pieces written by artists to theoretical essays. The issue reveals a certain institutional saturation of the field; yet, it also opens up a space for new, affirmative approaches to the notion of the open work.

 

 

Contents

Bojana Cvejić: EDITORIAL  → PDF
Bojana Cvejić & Ana Vujanović: THE OPEN WORK - does it deserve a theory today?
Petra Sabisch: A LITTLE INVENTORY OF SCORES
Pirkko Husemann: THE FUNCTIONING OF THOMAS LEHMEN’S FUNKTIONEN
Pirkko Husemann: A GLOSSARY UNDETERMINED USAGE
Mårten Spångberg: THE INCOMPARABLE – FURTHER DIFFERENCIATIONS OF TERMS
1990s Χ 1960s
Bojana Cvejić: INTERPRETING WORKS WITHOUT WORKS. Interview with Christophe Wavelet
Mette Ingvartsen: TOWARDS A PRACTICAL UNDERSTANDING OF THEORY
Ana Vujanović: THE OPENNESS FROM THE 1960s AS THE CLOSENESS OF THE 1990s AND 2000s: THE DISCURSIVE TRAP(S) OF THE RECENT PRACTICES OF ALTERNATIVE THEATRE IN BELGRADE
Goran Sergej Pristaš: DEVIATIONS AND THEIR OBVIOUSNESS
Dieter Lesage: A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A WORKER
Tara Herbst, Teodora Tabački, Nicolas Siepen: ASSEMBLY INTERNATIONAL: Gossip
Mary Zournazi: WALKING AS CONTROLLED FALLING. Excerpts from an interview with Brian Massumi

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Double issue price: 8 EUR
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Slovene-English edition.