below some notes of group #3 - since we were missing person Z (who writes notes) they are sort of rudimentary. please everyone else from group #3 feel free to add stuff!
also of course everybody from the other groups (1-4).
looking very much forward to the next meeting to discuss grant kester's "dialogical aesthetic".
week 1 - group #3
person W (asks a question):
how does the listening of the audience affect the lecture performance, the performer and the audience?
person X (chooses a lecture performance):
melanie gilligan, tate modern 2011
during her performance gilligan is doing things you should not do infront of an audience: painful listening
dan graham, performer/audience/mirror 1975