Sarah Rose Leonard talks to Pieter Ampe who, along with collaborator Guilherme Garrido, brings the playful and adventurous “Still Standing You” to PERFORMA.
Andy responds to the symposium “Theaster Gates: A Way of Working” recently hosted by the Vera List Center at the New School.
Middle aged white guys organize lame, dated critique of conspicuous consumption by old white guy. Yawn.
Director Alice Reagan writes about visual artist James Bayard’s work as part of Chiori Miyagawa’s upcoming play “I Came To Look For You On Tuesday”
Culturebot launches The Citizen Critic Project. Make it happen through your support of our IndieGoGo campaign!
Aki Sasamoto’s Centripetal Run, at the Chocolate Factory this week, is a return to theater for an artist who works in multiple fields.
Andy apologizes to Shana Moulton and muses on art, context, personal histories and the interwebs.
Livestream of MoMA’s How Are We Performing Today? symposium. Please watch and respond!
Andy responds to Danspace Project’s Conversations Without Walls about “Some Sweet Day” at MoMA, recording included.
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.
Another section of Andy’s multipart essay “The Economics of Ephemerality” examining the relationship between performance and visual art from a variety of perspectives including economics, curatorial practice and cultural ecology.