Tim Clark : Reading the Limits Works/Ceuvres 1975-2003

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Tim Clark. Reading the Limits documents the photographic and performance/installation work of this artist. Clark's singular performance-based practice is significant for its engagement with the limits of art, its ritualized violence enacted through intense readings of philosophical and ethical texts, and for a series of table works that served as the site for the redeployment of performance practice in relation to the book, reading and the philosophical subject. Reading the Limits raises questions about the late ...
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Overview

Tim Clark. Reading the Limits documents the photographic and performance/installation work of this artist. Clark's singular performance-based practice is significant for its engagement with the limits of art, its ritualized violence enacted through intense readings of philosophical and ethical texts, and for a series of table works that served as the site for the redeployment of performance practice in relation to the book, reading and the philosophical subject. Reading the Limits raises questions about the late twentieth-century development of conceptual art as well as performance art's status as a form of knowledge in relation to the university and its book-based culture. Essays by Eduardo Ralickas and David Tomas examine Clark's work in terms of its philosophical engagement and the question of limits in art in the late 1970S and today.
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  • ISBN-13: 9782920394780
  • Publisher: ABC Art Books Canada Distribution
  • Publication date: 10/25/2008
  • Edition description: Bilingual

Table of Contents

Introduction Michele Theriault Theriault, Michele 4

Limits in Art David Tomas Tomas, David 9

Works 33

Des limites dans l'art David Tomas Tomas, David 49

Works 77

Egicide: mode d'emploi Eduardo Ralickas Ralickas, Eduardo 97

Works 113

Egocide: A User's Guide Eduardo Ralickas Ralickas, Eduardo 133

Works 149

Epilogue: Complexity and the Contemporary Limits of Art David Tomas Tomas, David 173

Epilogue: La cornplexite et les limites contemporaines de l'art David Tomas Tomas, David 179

Chronology 186

Bibliography 203

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