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Post Cagean Aesthetics

Post Cagean Aesthetics

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Post-Cagean Aesthetics and the "Event" ScoreAuthor(s): Liz KotzSource:
Vol. 95 (Winter, 2001), pp. 54-89Published by:
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Post-CageanAestheticsand the"Event"Score*
LIZKOTZAround1960,in New YorkCity,a newtypeofworkbegantoappearthatcon-sistedofshort,instruction-liketextsproposingoneormoreactions.Frequentlyreferred to undertherubricof"event"scoresor"wordpieces,"theyrepresentoneresponsetotheworkofJohnCage:Composition1960 #10ToBobMorrisDraw astraightlineand follow it.October 1960-LaMonteYoungWORD EVENT*ExitSpring,1961-GeorgeBrecht
*Thisessayis drawnfrom achapteronthe work ofGeorgeBrecht,LaMonteYoungand YokoOno,inmydissertation,"LanguageModels in1960sAmericanArt:FromCagetoWarhol."AnearlierversionwaspresentedinNovember1999,attheReclamelectureseries,"OtherwisePhotography/IntermediaOtherwise:PrototypesandPractices ofthe1960s,"organized byJudithRodenbeck;mythanks to LutzBacher,BenjaminBuchloh,CraigDworkin andMelissaRagonafortheirreadingsandcomments.OCTOBER5,Winter001,pp.55-89.?2001OctoberMagazine,Ltd.andMassachusetts nstituteofTechnology.
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