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Futurist & Dada Performance Art
Transcript of Futurist & Dada Performance Art
Performance Art Futurism Alfred Jarry Ubu Roi
(1964 version, but
similar idea to the
original in 1896) Merdre! (shit)
was taboo Filippo Tommaso Marinetti Created "Roi Bombance"
after Jarry did "Ubu Roi" Wrote first
Futurist Manifesto (in Paris) (in Italy) Marinetti brought together
the Futurist visual artists.
They embraced "speed and
love of danger." Umberto Boccioni
'Unique Forms of
Continuity in Space',
bronze Carlo Carra, "The Red Horseman" 1913 painting Luigi Russolo,
painting Giacomo Balla
a Dog on a Leash'
Oil on canvas
35 3/8 x 43 1/4 http://www.artchive.com/artchive/f/futurist/dogleash.jpg http://wallpapers-free.co.uk/backgrounds/futurist_art/carlo_carra/the-red-horseman.jpg http://www.g-truc.net/post/0187-1911-Chioma.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fd/%27Unique_Forms_of_Continuity_in_Space%27,_1913_bronze_by_Umberto_Boccioni.jpg Everybody had a manifesto:
the painters, the performers, the writers... Usually something along the lines of "destroy the solemn, the sacred,
the serious, and the sublime in
Art with a capital A." (Goldberg 17) This led to instructions on how to perform.
The purpose of giving instructions was to liberate
potential performers from old techniques. http://rotatestockforfreshness.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/intonarumori.jpg Noise music, mechanical movements, and simultaneity
were further tools for away from the known. http://www.internetculturale.it/opencms/opencms/immagini_pagine/pag035-foto02-g.jpg Luigi Russolo was the first noise composer and an artist in the musical branch of the Italian Futurist movement in the 1910s. This is his piece, "Veglio Di Una Città", recorded in 1913. He, together with his brother, created the noise instruments heard and seen in this video called intonarumori. http://library.calvin.edu/hda/sites/default/files/cas872h.jpg 1914--Italian--Giacomo Balla's design for Macchina Tipografica--here is an attempt to show the dynamic and mechanized motion he wanted for the piece. Then they organized these ideas & elements into "Futurist Ballets"
& "Synthetic Theatre" http://library.calvin.edu/hda/sites/default/files/cas875h.jpg 1927--Italian--Cocktail--a one-act
Futurist pantomime by Marinetti,
choreographed by Prampolini--
mechanization, dynamism, glorification
of violence, anti-traditional--all the usual
Futurist stances presented at the
Theatre de la Madeleine. Dada Cabaret Voltaire Zurich, Switzerland
1916 Hugo Ball &
Emmy Hennings http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/pictures/tristan_tzara.jpg Tristan Tzara,
writer/poet Dada then moves to Berlin,
becoming more political and
focused on banishing
expressionism. Expressionism... for those who may have forgotten: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f4/The_Scream.jpg "The Scream"
by Edvard Munch
(1893) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bb/Egon_Schiele_061.jpg Egon Schiele
"Porträt des Eduard Kosmack"
1910 http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d2/Franz_Marc_005.jpg Franz Marc,
Die großen blauen Pferde
(The Large Blue Horses),
(1911) https://wiki.brown.edu/confluence/download/attachments/17759/fotopoema.JPG.jpg?version=1&modificationDate=1172612438000 After Dada in Berlin died out,
there were small resurgences in
America and Barcelona, but
eventually gave way to surrealism. Focused on simultaneity
and chance. The Dada movement was a protest
against the barbarism of World War I,
the bourgeois interests that Dada
adherents believed inspired the war,
and what they believed was an
oppressive intellectual rigidity in
both art and everyday society.