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Marina Abramovic, the "grandmother of performance art," has fearlessly used her body as a canvas for political and cultural commentary for nearly four decades. By making the performer (as well as the audience) both physically and mentally uncomfortable, Ms. Abramovic's works have sparked discussions about the limitations of the human body, human consciousness, human relationships and, of course, the value of performance art.