Thomas Nesbit

Otto Mühl and the Aesthetics of Seduction

In the 1960s, the Viennese Actionists were united under the common task of liberation. For these artists, liberation was broadly conceived, ranging from breaking the limitations of artistic materials to more abstract freedoms, including moral, aesthetic, and even metaphysical forms. Otto Mühl and Hermann Nitsch envision the more abstract conceptions of liberation in critically different …
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Freedom, Justice, and Identity – Introduction

  The papers within this collection are as diverse as the people who wrote them. Coming from the United States and Europes old, new, and soon-to-be, these individuals found quarter at the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen between the months of July and December 2004. In addition to national differences, almost every one of …
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