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Improvisation as Art

Conceptual Challenges, Historical Perspectives
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ISBN-13:
9781628929577
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
29.05.2014
Seiten:
165
Autor:
Edgar Landgraf
Gewicht:
250 g
Format:
216x139x17 mm
Serie:
New Directions in German Studies
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Traces how the ideals that led improvisation to be banned from "high art" in the eighteenth century enabled the inventive reintegration of improvisation into modernism.
Acknowledgments Introduction: On Conceptualizing Improvisation 1. Performance, Inventiveness and Improvisation: Theoretical Contentions 1.1 Derrida's Inventiveness 1.2 Calculating Incalculability: The Neocybernetic Alternative 1.3 From Iteration to Improvisation 2. Indescribability, Perfection, Unpredictability: Improvisation and Aesthetic Autonomy 2.1 Instrumentalizing Improvisation? Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 2.2 Improvisation and Aesthetic Autonomy 2.3 Improvisation and Aesthetic Perfection: Karl Philipp Moritz 2.4 Improvisation and the Artist-Genius 3. Staged Improvisation: The Generative Principles of Romantic Irony 3.1 Reframing the Space of the Theater 3.2 Staged Improvisation 3.3 Romantic Principles of Artistic Production 3.4 Social Bearings 4. Improvisation, Agency, Autonomy. Heinrich von Kleist and the Modern Predicament 4.1 Facilitating Prohibitions 4.2 Improvisation as Political Practice 4.3 The Incalculability of Calculation 4.4 Kleist's Pedagogical Program Conclusion: Experiencing Improvisation as Art Works Cited
'Improvisation as Art' traces how modernity's emphasis on inventiveness has changed the meaning of improvisation; and how the ideals and laws that led improvisation to be banned from 'high art' in the 18th century simultaneoulsy enabled the inventive reintegration of improvisation into modernism.

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