Performance Artists Talking in the Eighties: Sex, Food, Money/Fame, Ritual/Death

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PERFORMANCE ARTISTS TALKING IN THE EIGHTIES
sex
food
money/fame
ritual/death

COMPILED BY LINDA M. MONTANO

University of California Press Berkeley Los Angeles London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations - Following Page 142 ix
  • Preface - Mildred Montano Painter and Mother Linda Montano xi
  • Introduction - Shall We Talk? Linda M. Montano Performs Autobiographical Voices 1
  • Notes *
  • Part One - Sex 35
  • Introduction - Christine Tamblyn 37
  • Vito Acconci 40
  • Philip Corner 44
  • Paul Cotton *
  • Karen Finley *
  • Vanalyne Green *
  • Lynn Hershman *
  • Dick Higgins *
  • Laurel Klick *
  • Steven Kolpan 76
  • Jill Kroesen *
  • Robert Kushner *
  • Minnette Lehmann *
  • Lydia Lunch *
  • Paul Mc Carthy *
  • Tim Miller *
  • Frank Moore and Linda Mac *
  • Vernita Nemec *
  • Pat Oleszko *
  • Carolee Schneemann *
  • Barbara Smith *
  • Annie Sprinkle and Veronica Vera *
  • Hannah Wilke *
  • Part Two - Food 143
  • Introduction - In Memory of Christine Tamblyn 145
  • Jerri Allyn 153
  • Nancy Barber *
  • John Cage *
  • Angelika Festa *
  • Howard Fried *
  • Joan Jonas *
  • Alison Knowles *
  • Leslie Labowitz *
  • Suzanne Lacy *
  • Les Levine *
  • Antoni Miralda *
  • Susan Mogul *
  • Faith Ringgold *
  • Rachel Rosenthal *
  • Martha Rosler *
  • Richard Schechner *
  • Bonnie Sherk *
  • Stuart Sherman *
  • Anne Tardos and Jackson Mac Low *
  • Part Three - Money/fame 225
  • Introduction - After Andy Warhol's Silver Screen 227
  • Eleanor Antin 232
  • Robert Ashley *
  • Bob and Bob *
  • Eric Bogosian *
  • Nancy Buchanan *
  • Linda Frye Burnham *
  • Papo Colo *
  • Lowell Darling *
  • Steven Durland *
  • Simone Forti *
  • Mel Henderson *
  • Julia Heyward *
  • Mikhail Horowitz *
  • Allan Kaprow *
  • Tom Marioni *
  • Meredith Monk *
  • Jim Pomeroy *
  • Willoughby Sharp *
  • Michael Smith *
  • Martin Von Haselberg *
  • Martha Wilson *
  • Part Four - Ritual/death 323
  • Introduction - Killing Time 325
  • Marina AbramoviĈ and Ulay 329
  • Helene Aylon 337
  • Chris Burden *
  • John Cage *
  • Ping Chong *
  • George Coates *
  • Betsy Damon *
  • Terry Fox *
  • Cheri Gaulke *
  • Alex Grey *
  • Deborah Hay *
  • Geoffrey Hendricks *
  • Donna Henes *
  • Kim Jones *
  • Alistair Mac Lennan *
  • Ann Magnuson *
  • Ruth Maleczech *
  • Paul Mc Mahon *
  • Ana Mendieta *
  • Hermann Nitsch *
  • Lorraine O'Grady *
  • Morgan O'Hara 407
  • Pauline Oliveros *
  • Adrian Piper 416
  • Jerome Rothenberg *
  • Brian Routh *
  • Robert Schuler 435
  • Theodora Skipitares *
  • Stelarc 442
  • Elaine Summers *
  • Fiona Templeton *
  • Mierle Laderman Ukeles 454
  • William Wegman 460
  • Paul Zaloom *
  • Ellen Zweig *
  • Afterword - Performance Art at the End of the Twentieth Century 473
  • Notes *
  • Biographies 493
  • Index 525
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