ALLAN KAPROW ASSEMBLAGES ENVIRONMENTS AND HAPPENINGS PDF

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Kaprow recognizes the changing art world in this excerpt, and by doing so he creates definitions for each new form of art listed in the title. Kaprow defines Assemblage as a creation made of many different materials, which breaks away from any set norms of painting. Kaprow recognizes that many artists at the time sought to break away from the museum gallery atmosphere, and thus create Environments.

He defines Environments as being interactive experiences for the participant, and having an element that the participant can enter or engage in in some way. Finally, Kaprow defines a Happening as an event where multiple people participate in a constructed Environment. He has a set of rules for Happenings that include: no repetition of Happenings, a connection must exist between art and real life, Happenings should take place over multiple locations, they should not be timed, and no audiences.

Kaprow created these rules and definitions to separate the three new ideas, and to show how Happenings differ from theatrical performances. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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Assemblage Environments Happenings by Kaprow Allan

Kaprow recognizes the changing art world in this excerpt, and by doing so he creates definitions for each new form of art listed in the title. Kaprow defines Assemblage as a creation made of many different materials, which breaks away from any set norms of painting. Kaprow recognizes that many artists at the time sought to break away from the museum gallery atmosphere, and thus create Environments. He defines Environments as being interactive experiences for the participant, and having an element that the participant can enter or engage in in some way. Finally, Kaprow defines a Happening as an event where multiple people participate in a constructed Environment. He has a set of rules for Happenings that include: no repetition of Happenings, a connection must exist between art and real life, Happenings should take place over multiple locations, they should not be timed, and no audiences. Kaprow created these rules and definitions to separate the three new ideas, and to show how Happenings differ from theatrical performances.

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