Marina Abramovic presents a new site-specific performance-based work at Modern Art Oxford exploring heightened awareness and transitional states of being.
I’m Here is a new performance by Franko B, in collaboration with Anthony Martin. Known internationally as a pioneering performance… Read More
Break free of British sensibility.
Performance Exchange has announced its inaugural live programme, taking place in collaboration with 10 commercial galleries over three days from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th July 2021.
WePresent, the editorial platform of WeTransfer has revealed an exclusive collab Marina Abramovi?, beginning with its inaugural Guest Curator Series.
A process of transformation is happening inside this cosmic space: in 7 minutes, one conceives a deep connection to oneself…. Read More
How do we perceive objects when they become “activated” by a performer? Can there be, thereafter, a neutral spectatorship? ‘Forum: Bread and Games’, curated by Natalija Pauni for Open Space Contemporary, reflects on these questions, considering the precariousness of authors’ ideas and authorship.
Seulgi Kang’s works deal with breaking down the simplicity and complexity of the ‘every day’. It communicates an understanding of a transitory feeling that she has experienced throughout her life as an artist, woman, and stranger in her surrounding reality. She is questioning her environment, balance and power relations, the rules that for her seem to have already been granted by default.
The site specific performance commissioned by Collezione Maramotti responds to a world class private collection with challenges about meaning and our interaction with the material world.
Salvage Rhythms is a piece about becoming. Devised by Sam Williams as part of his ongoing project Latent Commons, this performance work was presented at Somerset House AGM, alongside a live sound score in collaboration with the musician Roly Porter.
Read my interview with Heather Sincavage. The performace artists employs food metaphoric properties (both symbolically and visually) to explore and explode trauma.
Block Universe, London’s leading performance art festival and international commissioning body, will return to London from 18 May to 2 June 2019, with an expanded 14-day programme of new work, premieres, talks, screenings, and workshops, from a wide range of artists, both local and international.
Art Proof is a new art podcast conceived and hosted by arts journalist Eric Thorp, creative project coordinator Nicholas Stavri and painter Rowan Newton.
Block Universe’s nine-day programme ranges from new commissions, UK premiers, dance workshops to talks and special projects in prominent cultural institutions including the Royal Academy, British Museum, Somerset House, The Store X, Studio Voltaire, Oval Space, Thames Tunnel at the Brunel Museum, and more.
Turn black and white, cactus seduction, a pussyhat, witchcraft, a palaeontology dig, tar and suspended by the tongue.
Artists Lucy Stein and Mark Harwood have fomented a technique of combative curation that militates against against the normal pleasantries of social events.
Austrian artist, whose bloody installation for Dark Mofo has sparked protests and controversy, says he has never been interested in provocation
This summer, Barbican Art Gallery presents the first ever performance exhibition of the New York- based choreographer and dancer Trajal Harrell.
The Greek capital has been invaded by talking frogs, dyed lambs and marble tents. But many locals are furious at the ‘colonial attitudes’ of the German art extravaganza
Live artists are invited to submit proposals for pop-up performances in Margate and Folkestone as part of Venice Agendas 2017: The Contract.
After seeing her at Frieze New York and CONDO Marcelle finally gets to interview Estonian artist Kris Lemsalu.
Tabish Khan loves art and visits hundreds of exhibitions a year. But every now and then he comes across something… Read More
Tonight The Nines, in Peckham plays host to the launch of The Performance Studio’s Autumn/Winter Season with Performances From Parisian artist Arianne Foks and London based artist John Costi.
Why now is the time to get your head around performance art.