Culturebot contributor Tim Braun sends this report from SXSW in Austin, TX.
The Brooklyn Commune starts March 24, 2013 at The Invisible Dog.
Curator Mark Jeffery places work in 14 institutions across the city in this semi-regular performance fest
Oh good lord I’m tired. This January thing is killer, huh? I’m not even seeing shows today–it’s meetings and parties and interviews and so on. But it’s good. I’ve been pleasantly surprised by how nicely Dixon Place has served as the COIL Festival hub, and
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How’s that for a series of possessives? Am I right? Ugh. I am. What a clusterfuck. January is upon us and…? Well? We got previews over at the mothership. Check ’em: Bodycartography Project (COIL/American Realness) David Wampach (COIL) Emily Johnson (COIL) Radiohole (COIL) Kristen Kosmas
This has been making its way around Facebook, but for those who don’t know, the iconic artist María Irene Fornés has been suffering through the late stages of Alzheimer’s. While that’s tragic enough, due to her worsening condition (reportedly she’d stopped eating, due to depression
Big institutions keep arguing about why they need to exist and cost so much to operate but resist transparency. Artists, audiences and funders should start to demand transparency from institutions. NOW.
Bonnie Maranca & co. host a panel on neuroscience and art tonight at Location One, and just published a new book of Heiner Muller texts
We really, really love the Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival, no matter how it turns out. 2013 – the year of crowd-sourced, collaboratively-created, socially-engaged, non-disciplinary performance. Occupy This!