Category Archives: Live Art

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Jeremy Wade "there is no end to more" at Japan Society

Japan Society Artistic Director Yoko Shioya saw Butoh in Jeremy Wade’s Bessie award-winning duet Glory and, though this was not in his movement background, sent him to Tokyo for research and then brought his work there is no end to more (sight unseen) for its

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this fable is intended for you

One of the only FREE events in Under The Radar is MK Guth’s This Fable Is Intended For You: A Work-Energy Principle co-presented by arts>World Financial Center. Guth will transform giant cords fashioned from New Yorkers’ donated clothing into geometric shapes inspired by the spectacular

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Five Questions with Corey Dargel

Name: Corey Dargel Title/Occupation: composer & singer/songwriter URL: http://automaticheartbreak.com 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I was born and raised in South Texas, the Rio Grande Valley.  It took me a few years to realize

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Are The Austin City Limits Getting Too Large?

The Austin City Limits are growing, and I’m not just writing of the festival. This week the Wall Street Journal placed Austin as the fifth coolest town for young folk to like in the United States, right behind our sister city Portland (OR), Seattle, New

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Anti-Panel: BALKANIZATION at Chez Bushwick's CAKE

On June 13 at 7:30PM the CHEZ BUSHWICK series CAKE will feature an “anti-panel” on “interdisciplinarity” called BALKANIZATION. Organized by “theory monster” Andrea Liu the anti-panelists include: Chase Granoff:
Dancer/Curator at Chocolate Factory and DTW Lobby Talks Matthew Lyons:
Curator at the Kitchen Bosko Blagojevic: Artist/Writer, Founder

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Cynthia Hopkins: Essential Viewing

AKA that spacesuit show Tarbot’s been working on You will dig this show I just saw if you, like me, have cremative diffuifulties, like with writing n’ schtuff… Or like you can’t like articulate yourself good enough to get a job… Or you can’t break

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Iaspis Voice Over

This looks interesting. Perhaps bringing some rigor to performance in a visual art context? Iaspis is proud to present the publication Voice Over – on staging, activism and performative strategies in contemporary art practices. It will be launched during the opening days of the 2009 Venice Biennale