Project movement

Words

1. Autobiography is sometimes used in a concealed way in fiction. If the strategy of a successful artwork cannot but be affirmative, no matter what it’s about, where is the author/artist’s autobiographical story in ‘Necessity’s Rhythm’ placed according to this idea?

2.What is it about the restraint involved in ‘Necessity’s Rhythm’ that makes the project ethical and sympathetic?

3.How will one’s perception (understanding) of the project be both with and without concern, especially the participants’ concern for their safety?

4.In what way can the project be considered a game/gamble?

5.As a life-art project, in what way/s is it paradoxical?

6. What is most likely to cause unbalanced judgment, making the participants/artist-herself victims of the game/gamble?

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Photos

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Moving images

Nikolas speaks about the meaning of death, particularly from the perspective of tragedy.

Michael’s presentation is concerned with death as a question that is often debated in life through creative practice.

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