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What is Performance? Who is the audience? If I think it's Art, is it Art?


MOURNING DERRIDA

A WORK-IN-PROGRESS

Who’s afraid of Jacques Derrida? Performance artist Janice Perry brings us a work-in-progress-- a video “dialogue” with the father of Deconstructionist philosophy. Perry’s artist talk is an intimate portrait of the creative process that goes beyond the ordinary definitions of “Performance” in a presentation of work that deconstructs Deconstruction itself-- with intelligence, humor and charm.

Perry has toured Europe and the USA since 1982. She’s a recent Fulbright Senior Scholar in Performance whose work has been adapted for print, radio and television (NPR, PBS, BBC, Channel 4, WDR). Supported in part by the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Other America - Hamburg Morgenpost

What is Performance? Who is the audience? If I think it's Art, is it Art?

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