This division of parts and position is based on a time-space distribution, and the forms of activities that shape the customary practice of making something common become relevant for participation and That way different individuals have a part in this coordination. ” Bringing oneself into art is an aesthetic – political act. Art is not identified by the distinctive quality that belongs to a select few, but rather the practical activity of life everywhere, at every moment of anyone.
From here I can say, Manos Tsangaris’ “Love a lot” is strongly inspired by the Rancière with an introduction like this: “In urban life, we can fall into strange situations, especially when we hold with a specific type of dating. Then all our cases started in the bar … that’s nothing special, is it?
But it is all about theater and music, all about people becoming more knowledgeable about each other, about dividing different perspectives on the same cohesive thing … ”. Performing arts with / on walking, sitting, talking and talking – things woven together / with the face of life.
There is the appearance of a solid life, the appearance of an immense life, the appearance of a beautiful life, the appearance of an ugly life, an appearance of a poetic life, an appearance of stifling life, with a fresh free-living appearance … During the June 7, 2017 talk at the Academy of Music, Tsangaris spoke of “musical thinking”. His basic idea is as follows: everything is a composition already.
Interventions, regulation, design, invention, etc. yield a “aesthetic form” that is equivalent to a political campaign. Indeed, the fundamental problem of politics is that they can see, feel, hear, speak and attempt to verify them both as belonging and separate from public life.