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Jul '09

Antony Gormley’s ‘One & Other’

“Twenty-four hours a day for 100 straight days, different people will join kings and generals high atop London’s Trafalgar Square [to occupy the empty Fourth Plinth], becoming, if only for an hour, a living monument … this elevation of everyday life to the position formerly occupied by monumental art allows us to reflect on the […]

Jun '09

Border Art Project

Master of fine arts students and recent graduates from the University of California, San Diego have organized the Freephone Art Project, an art installation, at the Lui Velazquez Gallery in Tijuana (funded by the UCSD visual arts department) “the free phone project fits perfectly into what [Dominguez] and other like-minded artists call “artivism,” in this […]

Apr '09

k-salon April 17 Berlin

In cooperation with the estonian art academy Tallinn, Estonia, Schloss Broellin and the k-salon the Performance Art Studies GRASS ‘N ASPHALT led my BBB Johannes Deimling will take part from the 10. – 18. April with eleven international participants. On the 17th of April 2009, at 7 pm we will present the results, which we […]

Jan '09


FLUXCONCERT is presenting a two-evening performance of historic Fluxus event scores written by Fluxus pioneer George Brecht. More info below and at http://www.fluxconcert.org

Feb '07

An Opportunity or a Risk? When performance art becomes part of art history

(A Report on Hong Kong Performance Art Research Project) Parallel to Hong Kong On the Move Performance Art project launched in April 2005, I started a research project on Hong Kong performance art in collaboration with a group of artists involved in the project. The research consisted of latitudinal and longitudinal studies of the development […]

May '06

Club Raw Review

Crossing all kinds of boundaries Club Raw Guillermo Gomex-Pena / Centre for Performance Research The Castle Theatre, Aberystwyth July 26, 2003 Throughout his career in performance art, Mexican-American theatre artist Guillermo Gomez-Pena has explored the experience of border-crossing, the cultural and symbolic space of the border zone. In his recent sojourn in Aberystwyth, sponsored by […]

May '06

Navel gazing ruled out as Indonesians button up

By Mark Forbes Herald Correspondent in Jakarta February 25, 2006 ROCKING in a pink swing fashioned from the cab of a pedal-driven rickshaw, Agus Suwage felt at peace. He had just installed his Pinkswing Park exhibit at Jakarta’s international biennale and was surrounded by massive panels with multiple pictures of a near-naked man and woman […]