Teaching and Learning as Performing Arts
This edition is an exact facsimile of Teaching and Learning as Performing Arts by Robert Filliou (1926-1987), first published in 1970 and long out-of-print.
A “work in continuous progress”, as Filliou called it, Teaching and Learning remains an essential primer on the artist’s still radical ideas on participatory art making and teaching. The book preserves the original’s highly inventive layout and idiosyncratic composition, with extensive writings by Filliou and interviews with many of his artist friends, including Joseph Beuys, George Brecht, John Cage, Dorothy Iannone, Allan Kaprow and Dieter Rot.
Designed by Ilka Schellenberg and Kasper König
Published by Occasional Papers, 2014
Bilingual, in English and German
Softcover, wire spiral bound, 232 pages, black and white, 10.75 × 8.2 inches