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Unmarked is a controversial analysis of the fraught relation between political and representational visibility in contemporary culture. Written from and for the Left, Unmarked rethinks the claims of visibility politics through a feminist psychoanalytic examination of specific performance texts - including photography, painting, film, theatre and anti-abortion demonstration Unmarked is a controversial analysis of the fraught relation between political and representational visibility in contemporary culture.

Written from and for the Left, Unmarked rethinks the claims of visibility politics through a feminist psychoanalytic examination of specific performance texts - including photography, painting, film, theatre and anti-abortion demonstrations.

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Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Unmarked: The Politics of Performance. Apr 15, Jessica Zu rated it really liked it Shelves: cmlit , translation , cmlitvisuality-and-violence. I only read one chapter as assigned by my professor. But I will re-read this work in the future. Phelan problemtizes quite a few taken-to-be-true premises in our 'viewing' of theatre, the mutual-gaze, tension between presence and absence, body and movement.

Maybe even more than any other literary genres, theatre's very existence is dependent on the process of re-reading repetition with a difference Re-read for another class o I only read one chapter as assigned by my professor. Maybe even more than any other literary genres, theatre's very existence is dependent on the process of re-reading repetition with a difference Re-read for another class on visuality and violence.

Mar 05, Sean Lally rated it it was amazing Shelves: abolitionist-praxis. To begin with, I intend to re-read this book. In my first pass-through, I get the sense that Phelan is attempting to identify and theorize certain queer and feminist works that deal with the problem of representation and reproduction in the field of aesthetics. When the field of representation is always-already marked by the white-male gaze, what can art do?

How can marginalized artists, who are unmarked within the economy of representation, use, or highlight, this quality of being unmarked? Rel To begin with, I intend to re-read this book. Relatedly, how can these artists avoid or escape? The book was written in the early-mid nineties, so a lot of the examples which include Robert Mapplethorpe and Yvonne Rainer are drawn from the 80s. In her chapter on Rainer, Phelan notes that the filmmaker occludes the "heroine" -- "the usual object of [the male] gaze" -- from the visual frame, leaving only her voice to haunt the film.

Phelan asks, "If presence is registered not through a visible body but through a voice, an invisible but audible consciousness, how are the models of identification between spectators and their screen surrogates challenged? Sep 02, Jo rated it it was amazing. Jan 16, Karli rated it it was amazing. An insightful and original approach to the liveness of performance. The chapters in this book raise questions around visibility and the unmarked and unseen potential that lies in disappearance and invisibility.

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By Peggy Phelan. London and New York: Routledge, ; pp. Peggy Phelan's Unmarked: The Politics of Performance is a rich, nuanced text that has already begun to provoke important discussions within performance studies, cultural studies, and feminist theory. Phelan's political project is a critique of "the ideology of the visible" , the assumption that "greater visibility of the hitherto under-represented leads to enhanced political power" 2. Phelan is skeptical of this position, partly because it is shared by the Left and the Right e. Phelan's analysis complicates the issue considerably by suggesting that, far from being a clear-cut matter of cause and effect i. Who is looking and who is seen?

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