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Rhythm 0

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Rhythm 0 Marina Abramovic The Performance About Marina Abramovic Stanford Prison Related Terms Works Cited Deindividuation Lucifer Effect the loss of a person's sense of individuality and personal responsibility in group setting/mob
-to set aside temporally, personal attributes of morality, compassion, or sense of justice and fair play. Marina Abramović was born in 1946 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. -pioneered the use of performance as a visual art form -uses her body as both a medium and subject of art -1974 Rhythm 0 was her most famous performance Findings -people will readily play roles presented to them
-the roles that people play can shape their behavior and attitudes Instead of the artist taking active role while the audience watches,she gave the audience the active role as she watched. She had laid out tables with 72 objects and let them do what they wished for 6 hours. Theses items either brought pain or pleasure. Ex: feather, rose, honey, scissors, whip, scalpel, gun, and a single bullet for the gun After 6 hours had past, she stood up and everyone ran away in order to avoid consequence or confrontation. At first, no one wanted to be the first to do something, but as time went on the more violent they became with her. Foot in The Door Phenomenon People’s tendency to comply more readily with a large request if they have already agreed to a smaller favor
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McLeod, Saul. "Zimbardo - Stanford Prison Experiment - Simply Psychology." Simply Psychology - Articles for Students. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 May 2013. <http://www.simplypsychology.org/zimbardo.html>.

"Sean Kelly Gallery - Marina Abramović - Selected Works." Sean Kelly Gallery. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 May 2013. <http://www.skny.com/exhibitions/2010-05-08_marina-abramovi/works/>. Pieta by Michelangelo when an ordinary, normal person first crosses the boundary between good and evil to engage in an evil action
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