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165 5 SPACELESS PLAY oSkar SchlEmmEr’S Dan c e a g ai n s t e n l i gh t e n m e n t Prelude in Vienna: Against Enlightenment Vienna. September 1924. The International Exhibition of New Theater Tech- nology, a curatorial extravaganza organized by painter, designer, architect, and impresario Friedrich Kiesler, presented over six hundred drawings, photographs, maquettes, models, and figurines, as well as performances and screenings that spanned theater, dance, and cinema from nearly every branch of the avant- garde: Italian futurism, German expressionism

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Herder.” In Johann Gott- fried Herder, 1744–1803, ed. Gerhard Sauder, 43–76. Hamburg: Felix Meiner, 1987. Kemp, Wolfgang, ed. Der Betrachter ist im Bild: Kunstwissenschaft und Re- zeptionsästhetik. Cologne: DuMont, 1985. Koepke, Wulf, ed. Johann Gottfried Herder: Academic Disciplines and the Pursuit of Knowledge. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1996. ———. Johann Gottfried Herder: Language, History, and the Enlightenment. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1990. Malsch, Wilfried. “Herders Schrift über die Skulpturkunst in der Geschichte der Unterscheidung des Plastischen und

-Joseph. Le nouvel ami des femmes; ou, La philosophie du sexe. Paris: Monory, 1779. Boureau-Deslandes, André-François. Pigmalion; ou, La statue animée. Paris: Belin, 1753. Brewer, Daniel. The Discourse of Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century France: Diderot and the Art of Philosophizing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Brice, Germain. Description de la Ville de Paris. 9th ed. Paris, 1752. Reprint, Geneva: Librairie Droz and Paris: Librairie Minard, 1971. Brisson, Marie. “Dire l’inconnu ‘Sur les femmes’ de Diderot.” L’Esprit Créateur 39 (1989): 10–20. Brody

introduce a great electrical power plant, lighting up the darkness of your nights. But your nights won’t be much lighter employing that kind of power, and you will instead lose the romance of the deep black sky. The light you desire is far too fleeting in this world. Inside it might be able to retain its power to illumi- nate, no matter how expansive such an interior, but outside, in the world, mechanical intervention cannot produce enlightenment. Daisy (as if naïve): What are you trying to say? You call me an Ingenieuse? Like Coiffeuse or Directeuse? What

. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1992. Groys, Boris, Iwona Blazwick, and David A. Ross, eds. Ilya Kabakov. London: Phaidon, 1998. Groys, Boris, Max Hollein, et al., eds. Die Totale Aufklärung: Moskauer Konzeptkunst, 1960 – 1990 / Total Enlightenment: Conceptual Art in Moscow, 1960 – 1990. Ostfi ldern: Hatje Cantz, 2008. Haldemann, Matthias, et al., eds. Ilya Kabakov: Artist Books 1958– 2009: Catalogue Raisonńe. New York: Distributed Art Publishers, 2010. Hoptman, Laura, and Tomas Pospiszyl, eds. Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central

. Isom- Verhaaren, Christine. Allies with the Infidel: The Ottoman and French Alliance in the Sixteenth Century. London: I. B. Tauris, 2011. Israel, Jonathan I. Enlightenment Contested: Philosophy, Modernity, and the Emancipation of Man. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. Jardine, Lisa, and Jerry Brotton. Global Interests: Renaissance Art between East and West. London: Reaktion, 2000. Jones, Colin. The Great Nation: France from Louis XV to Napoleon, 1715– 99. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002. Kim, Mi Gyung. “Balloon Mania: News in the Air.” Endeavour

distin- guished by its direct traverse from the baroque to the romantic to the modern untouched by the rationalist enlightenment. Her narrative jumps from the baroque to the surreal to the abstract, and it is less radical than it might seem, since any narrative bloodline works as well as any other in a democracy. Over the years, this elided history has created a modernist idiom of Latinized color and geometry that northern critics (when they re- fer to it at all) call “sexy modernism”— a modernism that does not come freeze- dried by enlightenment rage. These