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by Thomas F. Heck

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ISBN:
1580460445
Author:
Thomas F. Heck
Category:
Performing Arts
Language:
English
Publisher:
University of Rochester Press (December 16, 1999)
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269 pages
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January 2001 · Theatre Journal. Theatre Journal 5. (2001) 173-174 Thomas F. Heck has assembled an impressive collection of informative essays which aim "to raise consciousness within the profession. of the opportunities that lie at hand to seek, to find, and to use in appropriate ways the pictorial materials that relate to the performing art we call theatre" as well as to music and dance (138

Picturing Performance: The Iconography of the Performing Arts in Concept and Practice. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, pp. 68–90. With reference to case-studies, provides practical information on locating and interpreting visual imagery relating to early modern western performing arts. Publisher: University of Rochester Press. Publication Date: Jan 1, 1999.

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There has long been a need to introduce performing-arts enthusiasts and students to the fascinating field of iconography, both as manifested in art history and in its more pragmatic or applied forms. Yet relatively little systematic effort has been made to collect and interpret centuries of such visual evidence in the light of the best available art-historical information, combined with corroborating textual documentation and insights from the histories of performance disciplines. Aspiring iconographers of the performing arts need to be aware that there are often several levels of interpretation which great works of visual art will sustain. This book explores these levels of interpretation: a surface or literal reading, a deeper reading of the work which seeks to enter the mind of the artist and asks how and why he put a given work together, and the deepest reading of the work relating it to the artistic traditions and culture in which the artist lived. In expounding on these levels of iconographic interpretations four discourses by scholars active in the study of visual records are given in relation to traditions, techniques, and trends: performance in general (Katritzky), music (Heck), theatre (Erenstein), and dance (Smith). Effort is made to keep abreast of modern technology influencing iconographic representations as on the Internet and virtual reality. Thomas F. Heck is Professor of Musicology and Head of the Music and Dance Library at the Ohio State University.