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  1. Performance is a form of contemporary art, the artist's interaction with the audience through master classes, promotions, and meetings, and is applicable not to the result of the master's work, but to the process of its creation.

    Actors represent certain characters, the image of which they strive to convey to the audience, while performances represent only themselves.

    Happening usually involves improvisation and, unlike performance art, does not have a clear scenario. One of the tasks of happening is to overcome the boundaries between the artist and the viewer.

    The desire to erase the line between art and reality leads to the search for new ways of artistic expression that give dynamics to the work, involving it in any action (action).

    Action (or the art of action) becomes a general concept for artistic practices, in which the emphasis is shifted from the work itself to the process of its creation.

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