This is the thesis submitted by artist and researcher wen yau for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Hong Kong Baptist University in June 2018. It is printed in limited edition of 20 copies. The thesis focuses on performative practices and the performativity of artists and their activist counterparts in the Umbrella Movement (2014, Hong Kong). The author proposes a methodology of 'performative autoethnography' which accentuates the co-performative and intersubjective process as well as the non-textual aspects of embodied experience and of performing struggle in activism. A brief timeline of the Umbrella Movement as well as a portfolio of the author's work in relation to activism and the Umbrella Movement are included.  

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Onsite

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wen yau, 魂游

Location code REF.LNW (Closed Stack)
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2018

No of pages

172

No of copies

1

Content type

dissertation

Performing Identities
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Performing Identities: Performative Practices in Post-Handover Hong Kong Art & Activism

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Performance Art
行為藝術
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行為藝術

本頁的精選書目展示了藝術家、策展人和研究員實驗行為藝術的各種方式。對於某些人而言,行為藝術是一種違抗藝術商品化的方式;對主流敘事的實體干涉,或是逃避國家操控的演繹,而演出則成為在劇場、街頭、咖啡店或私人場地表達的抗議。對於另一些人而言,行為藝術是形式的實驗,是舞蹈、戲劇和電影的轉化、挪用或擴增。

亞洲藝術文獻庫全新圖書館現正試營,《群策群學》展覽亦已開放參觀,按此預約到訪。