Into Performance: Japanese Women Artists in New York

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations
Abe Nobuya, 50, 51, 212n15
Abstract Expressionism, 35, 36, 38, 54, 56, 84
accumulation, 49, 56, 63– 65, 214, 215
action (art), 5, 10, 22, 27–31, 33, 40, 62, 73, 88, 93, 145, 124, 155; from everyday life, 29, 31, 84– 85, 95, 141, 145, 146; action music (Shiomi), 145, 149; action poem (Shiomi), 146
action painting, 19, 36, 54, 179–180. See also Abstract Expressionism
activism, 6, 198, 190, 199, 235
aesthetic, 23, 36, 38, 40, 54, 80, 88, 101, 122, 129, 142, 155, 182, 206, 210
AG Gallery, 39, 40, 88, 91, 218n21
agency, artistic, 7, 87, 183, 197
aggrandizement, self-, 61, 197
Aggregation: One Thousand Boats Show (Kusama), 17, 56, 58, 60, 63
Air Event (Shiomi), 60, 152–153, 159
Akasegawa Genpei: on anti-Art, 33–34, 207n50, 207n60, 208nn75–76, 209n82, 231n3, 231n10; assemblages by, 23; in Hi Red Center, 33– 35; in Ono’s concert, 93; in Fluxus, 158, 177–178, 228n23
Akiyama Kuniharu: on Cage, 31; in Fluxus, 40– 41, 149, 151, 158; on Happenings in Japan, 29, 208nn66 – 67; in/on Ono’s concert, 93, 219n53; in Shiomi’s Compound View No.1, 160; in Cross Talk Intermedia, 163–164; writings by, 227n15, 227n19
alienation, 23, 90, 180
Alloway, Lawrence, 112, 223n122
Altshuler, Bruce, 218n35, 219n50
Amaya, Mario, 106, 108, 222n106
American occupation of Japan, 12, 17–18, 23, 43, 103, 203n3
American interest in Japan, 37– 44
Amplified Dream No.1–2 (Shiomi), 67, 163–165
Annual Women’s Independent Exhibition [Joryū Gaka Kyōkai], 15, 16, 119
Annual New York Avant-Garde Festival (Moorman), 73, 91, 103
Anpan. See Yomiuri Independent Exhibition
Anpo (U.S.-Japan Security Treaty), 23, 148, 207n53
anthology. See Fluxus
Anthology Film Archives (New York City), 184, 231n1, 233n55
Anthropometries (Klein), 180
anti-Art [hangeijutsu], 23, 29, 30, 32, 84, 115, 207nn49–50, 207n60, 208nn75–76, 209n82, 231n3, 231n10
anti-authoritarianism, 33, 35, 75, 76, 114, 194
Aos (Ono), 90, 93, 219n36
Arakawa, Shūsaku, 35
Armstrong, Elizabeth: In the Spirit of Fluxus, 201n2, 210n104, 223n7, 225n34, 226n1, 228n37, 230n82, 232n22, 234n3
art informel (France), 12, 18–19, 23
Art Students’ League, The (New York City), 36, 121, 210n96
Ashiya City Museum of Art and History, 206n33, 206n37, 228n38, 230n69
Ashley, Mary, 184
Ashley, Robert, 163, 184
Asia: artists from, 43; female artists from, 4, 200; Asian identity, 62, 70, 187; immigration from, 37, 189, 210nn95–96; thoughts/ traditions of, 84, 209n87; Western colonialist attitude toward, 43– 44; Western fear of, 44. See also Japan
assemblages, 4, 15, 16, 23, 24, 56, 60, 61, 86
Assemblages, Environments, and Happenings (Kaprow), 4, 60
atmosphere, 12, 17, 36, 54, 94, 108, 148, 179, 197
atomic bomb, 22, 33
audience (viewer) participation, 72, 85, 93–94, 99–101, 106 –108, 112, 132–134, 154, 161–162, 173, 199, 200
Austin, J. L., 1, 201n2
avant-garde: American, 56 – 61, 66 –76, 80– 81, 84–85, 88–91, 103–106, 112–114, 145, 149– 158, 176 –193; European, 55, 62, 68, 106 –112,

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