Back in April, Culturebot was invited to curate a week of events as part of Exit Art’s grand closing-down retrospective; our exhibit, “Ephemeral Evidence,” granted one-day performance residencies to a series of artists, and ended in a phenomenal bash featuring Yves Klein art wrestling, a
In April, the editorial team behind Culturebot spend a week occupying part of Exit Art with a team of performing artists; here the artists recount their experiences
Saturday, April 21 around 5PM will be the concluding event of Culturebot’s residence at Exit Art. COME OVER TO OUR PLACE is a cooking and conversation social practice collaboration between Andy and Chloe. See you there!
Live video from your iPhone using Ustream Welcome to Culturebot’s “Ephemeral Evidence” live, streaming part of each day from Exit Art, where we’re in residence April 17-21. Gallery hours are 11-6 during the week, so please stop by. Our closing bash on Saturday, April 21,
Maura Donohue talks with Aretha Aoki about “The Solo Project,” tomorrow, April 17 at Exit Art
Aaron Mattocks profiles Rebecca Davis, his artist partner for the Ephemeral Evidence show at Exit Art.
Alyssa Alpine explores the work of Sarah Rosner/AO Movement Collective, the artists she’s curating during Culturebot’s upcoming Exit Art residency
This is the third article in a multi-part essay Andy is writing that examines the relationship between performance and visual art from a variety of perspectives including economics, curatorial practice and cultural ecology.
“Giant Yves Klein All Out Attack” – Dan Safer, Mike Mikos wrestling in paint at Exit Art as part of Culturebot’s “Ephemeral Evidence” project.
Andy Horwitz is a critic, curator and creative producer with over twenty years of experience in the for-profit and not-for-profit creative sectors. He is the founder of Culturebot Arts & Media, Inc., publisher of Culturebot.org, the web’s foremost thought-leading arts and culture magazine and is a 2014 recipient of
Andy responds to the symposium “Theaster Gates: A Way of Working” recently hosted by the Vera List Center at the New School.