Archives for the ‘performance’ Category

Erwin Wurm

Erwin Wurm Work from One Minute Sculptures. “Like Duchamp with his snow shovel, Austrian artist Erwin Wurm can make art with little more than a rubber band, a pickle or some dust. Wurm calls himself a sculptor, though many people might be more inclined to call what he does performance, and what viewers usually see […]

Liu Bolin

Liu Bolin Work from Camouflage. “Are human beings animals? Chameleon has the unique property of changing hues to match the color of the surroundings for self-protection. Rattlesnake can bury most of the body in sand soil. This can not only protect itself but also have a better access to food. There are also many animals, […]

Jeremy Bailey

Jeremy Bailey Work from his awesome YouTube Channel. Bailey’s work is well worth your time to check out, his website has quite a collection.  “Marc Garrett: Thank you for taking part in the dialogue so far, it has been both enjoyable and illuminating.Much of your work involves a GUI (Graphic User Interface). User interfaces as […]

Nina Beier

 The Extreme and Mean Ratio of (Head of Man)-A shot at a public sculpture A found bronze bust of an unidentified person is installed in the exhibition.Before the opening its head is severed from its neck and thrown inthe sea near by. In the event that the head reappears during a showthe curator can choose […]

Eric Baudelaire

Eric Baudelaire Stills from Sugar Water. I also recommend Site Displacement. “… Henri Bergson, who didn’t care much for cinema, wrote in “Creative Evolution” that in order to have an authentic intuition of duration, one had to experience it, and he took the example of sugar in a glass of water. The lesson seemed clear: […]

Ryan McGinley

Ryan McGinley Work from Moonmilk. “McGinley describes his work as a journey, and his photographs form a ʻtravel logʼ which captures his experiences across the American landscape. This particular adventure pushed his troupe to new levels of bravery, testing the participantsʼ fortitude and endurance in hazardous conditions. McGinley recalls, “there is something prehistoric about a […]

Oliver Laric

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Lee Walton

Lee Walton Work from Wappenings and Momentary Performances and Things That Last Longer. Schedule of upcoming performances: Outside of Barbette Restaurant , 1600 W Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55408. Wednesday, September 30 at 10:00am; Person with wiffle ball bat walks curb before finding a penny. Across from the Black Dog Café at the corner or […]

Caleb Cole

Caleb Cole Work from Other Peoples Clothes. “At the heart of my work is a fascination with ambiguities and inconsistencies, an interest in how I go about negotiating areas of grey and how others manage to do the same. When I am in public, I watch people going about their daily routines alone; I wonder […]

Larson + Shindelman

Larson + Shindelman Work from Witness. “Marni Shindelman and Nate Larson took this one step further with one of the best presentations of the conference, “Witness: A Psychic Collaboration.” Citing an investigation of extra-sensory perception that was sponsored by the United States government in the 1980s, they examined the “Stargate Project” and create images and […]