Tacit knowledge - post studio ; Tacit knowledge - feminism : California Institute of the Arts 1970-77 /

'Tacit Knowledge' provides an insight into the complex artistic and educational practices that characterized the first decade of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). There is a special focus on the conceptual and feminist strategies developed in and from John Baldessari's P...

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Main Author: Albrecht, Kim (Author)
Other Authors: Lehmann, Annette Jael (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Leipzig : Spector Books, 2019.
Edition:First edition.
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245 0 0 |a Tacit knowledge - post studio ;  |b Tacit knowledge - feminism : California Institute of the Arts 1970-77 /  |c editor-in-chief: Annette Jael Lehmann ; authors: Kim Albrecht [and twenty-two others]. 
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246 1 0 |a California Institute of the Arts 1970-77 
250 |a First edition. 
264 1 |a Leipzig :  |b Spector Books,  |c 2019. 
300 |a 129, 144 pages :  |b illustrations (some color), facsimiles, portraits ;  |c 27 cm 
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500 |a The book is in two parts and bound tête-bêche. 
500 |a Post Studio contributors: Kim Albrecht, Lea Becker, Katharina Brandt, Christoph Buchegger, Antonija Cvitic, Teresa Depenau, Léïla Douliba, Jacqueline Azarmi Eskandani, Carla Gabriel, Jennifer Gaschler, Pauline Gründing, Leonie Hahn, Philipp Kaiser, Verena Kittel, Friederike Krause, Vivien Lambert, Annette Jael Lehmann, Nazanin Namdarfard, Alice Rugai, Jeffrey Schnapp, Anna Sønderup, Christina Végh, Carla Weingarten. 
500 |a Feminism contributors: Kim Albrecht, Lea Becker, Katharina Brandt, Léïla Douliba, Carla Gabriel, Jennifer Gaschler, Pauline Gründing, Verena Kittel, Friederike Krause, Vivien Lambert, Annette Jael Lehmann, Alice Rugai, Jeffrey Schnapp, Anna Sønderup. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0 |a Post Studio. Note by the editor ; Statements -- Interview: With Verena Kittel & Annette Jael Lehmann -- Case study: Education: in and out of the classroom -- Document: Paulo Freire : Pedagogy of the oppressed -- Document: The CalArts story, Walt Disney Productions -- Case study: Movements of the L.A. art scene in the 1960s -- Document: Peter Plagens : Reviews of West Coast art exhibitions -- Case study: I will not make any more boring art: prehistory -- Document: CalArts bulletin -- Briefing: The shift from radical pedagogy: conceptual and structural upheavals -- Case study: John Baldessari and the dissolution of the teacher-student relationship -- Document: John Baldessari : CalArts Post-Studio art: class assignments (Optional) -- Briefing: I think that's the closest you get : John Baldessari's assignments -- Document: Michael Polanyi : The tacit dimension -- Case study: John Baldessari throwing three balls in the air to get a straight line and other works from the 1970s -- Case study: Unrealized projects -- Biography: Alison Knowles -- Biography: Barbara Bloom -- Case study: A situation where art might happen -- Biography: Wolfgang Stoerchle -- Biography: Matt Mullican -- Case study: Playing with words and images -- Briefing: The status of instructional letters in conceptual art -- Biography: John Baldessari -- Case study: The seriality of reenactments: I will not make any more boring art -- Biography: James Welling -- Document: Jack Goldstein : Exhibition announcement, Mizuno Gallery -- Biography: Jack Goldstein -- Briefing: How to teach your students about conceptual art -- Briefing: Delegated performances -- Briefing: I will not make any more boring art travelling and appropriation -- Briefing: Performative repetition in conceptual art -- Document: Daniel Buren : The function of the studio -- Case study: Appropriation art -- Interview: With Philipp Kaiser & Christina Végh -- Outtakes ; Endnotes ; Image rights ; Imprint -- CalArts data portraiture -- 
505 8 |a Feminism. Note by the editor ; Statements -- Briefing: The Feminist Art Program at CalArts -- Case study: Art out of experience : Judy Chicago'a assignments at the Feminist Art Programs at Fresno and CalArts -- Document: Shulamith Firestone, Anne Koedt : Notes from the second year: women's liberation major writings of the radical feminists -- Biography: Judy Chicago -- Document: Womanhouse exhibition announcements -- Biography: Nancy Youdelman -- Biography: Karen Lecocq -- Case study: Womanhouse: construction process -- Document: Paulo Freire : Pedagogy of the oppressed -- Biography: Miriam Schapiro -- Insert: Memory theater -- Interview: With Kim Albrecht & Jeffrey Schnapp -- Biography: Faith Wilding -- Document: Faith Wilding : Duration performance: the economy of feminized maintenance work -- Case study: Womanhouse: sexuality -- Case study: Womanhouse: birth and motherhood -- Case study: Womanhouse: nurturant kitchen -- Case study: Womanhouse: domesticity and privacy -- Case study: Womanhouse: Dollhouse -- Womanhouse: body & beauty -- Document: Johanna Demetrakas : Womanhouse -- Document: Cover of the first issue of Womanspace journal -- Case study: Ablutions: a collaborative performance -- Case study: Ulrike Rosenbach and the L.A. feminist art scene -- Biography: Suzanne Lacy -- Briefing: A three-week-long performance -- Case study: Three weeks in May: performances -- Briefing: Community building -- Briefing: Suzanne Lacy, Three weeks in May: She who would fly -- Case study: Three weeks in May : art in public & participation -- Briefing: Site specificity in art -- Briefing: Public art -- Briefing: Suzanne Lacy : reenactments & reception : Three weeks in January: end rape in Los Angeles -- Document: Paula Harper : The first Feminist Art Program. A view from the 1980s -- Biography: Vanalyne Green -- Document: Video and myth, exhibition at MoMA -- Briefing: Subrosa : Faith Wilding and cyberfeminism -- Briefing: The art world is part of the real world -- Document: Michael Polanyi : The tacit dimension -- Briefing: Women house : an exhibition 46 years after Womanhouse -- Document: Judith Adler : artists in offices: an ethnography of an academic art scene -- Outtakes ; Endnotes ; Image rights ; Imprint. 
520 0 |a 'Tacit Knowledge' provides an insight into the complex artistic and educational practices that characterized the first decade of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). There is a special focus on the conceptual and feminist strategies developed in and from John Baldessari's Post Studio class as well as Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro's Feminist Art Program, which was initiated in 1970 and brought to the newly founded art school in 1971. As Post Studio and feminist practices at CalArts are often characterized by the specific entanglement of cognitive and (habitual) bodily forms of knowledge, the idea of tacit knowledge, and thus learning through social and performative contexts of action, functions as an overarching principle linking all the contributions in the book. Combining short introductions with in-depth case studies and a broad range of documental and photographic material, the experimental publication takes the form of a magazine, allowing a diverse and lively approach to the ideas shaping the early years of CalArts. -- publisher's statement. 
520 0 |a The symposium 'Tacit Knowledge: The Impact of Post Studio Concepts and Feminist Practices, CalArts 1970-77' takes place on October 26, 2019, at Schloss Herrenhausen and the Kestner Gesellschaft, Hanover, and is part of the perennial collaboration between the Freie Universität Berlin, the Kestner Gesellschaft, and metaLAB (at) Harvard, Harvard University, in the context of the research project 'Tacit Knowledge: Post Studio/Feminism - CalArts (1970-77)'. It addresses the topicality and impact of artistic production processes at the U.S. art school California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), especially Post Studio and feminist practices, on contemporary forms of artistic research, their social implications in public spaces and exhibition practices. 'Tacit Knowledge: the Impact of Post Studio Concepts and Feminist Practices, CalArts 1970-77' concludes the exhibition 'Where Art Might Happen: The Early Years of CalArts', on show from August 30 until November 10, 2019, at the Kestner Gesellschaft. The exhibition will travel to Kunsthaus Graz from March 13 to June 7, 2020. The book 'Tacit Knowledge: Post Studio/Feminism-CalArts (1970-77)' accompanies the symposium and the exhibition. It was conceived and edited by Annette Jael Lehmann in collaboration with her master students and Verena Kittel from the Institut für Theaterwissenschaft, Freie Universität Berlin. -- [https://arthist.net/archive/21633]. 
585 |a On the occasion of an exhibition, Where art might happen - the early years of CalArts, held at the Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover, August 30 - November 10, 2019. 
588 |a Title from cover. 
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