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Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"
Object Title

Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art" and "Beuyspeak"

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Collection: Vera List Center for Art and Politics audiovisual collection event recordings ➔ Series: Considering Joseph Beuys


Material Category
Physical Audio
Description
This audio recording covers one partial lecture and one full lecture from the Vera List Center-sponsored conference, Considering Joseph Beuys.

Dirk Luckow continues his lecture on "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art,"  concluding at 11:07.

At 26:09, Kathy Goncharov introduces Terry Atkinson, who gives a lecture titled "Beuyspeak," on the role of language, voice, talking and vocabulary in Joseph Beuys's art. The lecture continues on to Side B, with Atkinson criticizing Beuys's approach to language as incoherent and overly esoteric.
Date
April 6 1995
Related people
Vera List Center for Art and Politics (sponsoring body)
Dirk Luckow (speaker)
Kathleen Goncharov (presenter)
Joseph Beuys (subject)
Terry Atkinson (speaker)
Inscription
J. Beuys April 6, 95 / Tape 2 orig (container)
J. Beuys April 6, 95 / Tape 3 orig (container)
Language
English
Use Restrictions
http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Location
unprocessed collection
Identifier
NS070203_19950406_2_orig_2
Related Objects
Considering Joseph Beuys Conference Lectures "Joseph Beuys and the Media" and "Joseph Beuys and American Anti-Form Art"

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