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    • Performance art in New York City

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    • Performance art

    • Performance art is a performance presented to an audience within a fine art context, traditionally interdisciplinary. Performance may be either scripted or unscripted, random or carefully orchestrated; spontaneous or otherwise carefully planned with or without audience participation. The performance can be live or via ... Read »


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    • Alive from Off Center

    • Alive from Off Center, renamed Alive TV in 1992, was an American arts anthology television series aired by PBS between 1985 and 1996. Each week, the series featured experimental short films by a mixture of up-and-coming and established directors. Notable episodes included "As Seen on TV," starring comic actor Bill Irw ... Read »


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    • An Alternative To Loud Boats

    • An Alternative To Loud Boats was a Performance Art festival coinciding with the annual Seattle Seafair Albert Lee Cup Hydroplane Races held in late July or early August. It was organized by Roberto Valenza and Phoebe Bosche who were also involved with Red Sky Poetry Theatre. In 1989, Cydney Gills of Arts Focus magazin ... Read »


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    • Art intervention

    • Art intervention is an interaction with a previously existing artwork, audience, venue/space or situation. It has the auspice of conceptual art and is commonly a form of performance art. It is associated with the Viennese Actionists, the Dada movement and Neo-Dadaists. It has also been made much use of by the Stuckists ... Read »


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    • Artist trading cards

    • Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) is a conceptual art project initiated by the Swiss artist M. Vänçi Stirnemann in 1997. He called it a Collaborative Cultural Performance. Artist Trading Cards are 2 1⁄2 by 3 1⁄2 inches (64 mm × 89 mm) in size, the same format as modern trading cards (hockey ... Read »


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    • Belgium Performance Festival

    • The Belgium Performance Festival is an event that hosts many Belgian artists and artists in residence in Belgium who are involved with performance art and performance poetry. The Festival started in 2013 and was curated by Stefan Wouters and Thomas Crombez aiming to create a space where local first generation performan ... Read »


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    • Benefit performance

    • A benefit performance is a type of live entertainment which is undertaken for a cause. It its original usage, benefit performances were opportunities for an actor to supplement his/her income. In its modern usage, benefit performances are given to raise money for or awareness of a humanitarian cause, or for the immedia ... Read »


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    • Buried Alive (performance)

    • Buried Alive (performance)

      Buried Alive is an art and lecture performance series by art-tech group monochrom. The basic concept is to offer willing participants the opportunity of being buried alive in a real coffin underground for fifteen to twenty minutes. As a framework program, monochrom offers lectures about the history of the science of de ... Read »


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    • C6.org

    • c6.org was an international media art and street art collective centred in London active from 1997 to 2010. The group combined graffiti, new media art and performance art with political commentary throughout the 90s. The founder of the group Leon Sessix also makes street art and stencil graffiti under the name Dotmas ... Read »


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    • Chelsea Theatre

    • Chelsea Theatre

      Chelsea Theatre is a studio theatre located on the Kings Road in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London. It presents, commissions, and produces material and is the only theatre in London dedicated to Live Art. The theatre also works with the local community. ... Read »


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    • Performance art in China

    • Performance art in China has been growing since the 1970s as a response to the very traditional nature of Chinese state-run art schools. It is becoming more and more popular in spite of the fact that it is currently outlawed. In 1999 the importance of contemporary Chinese art was recognized by the inclusion of 19 conte ... Read »


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    • City Spectacular

    • The Laya Healthcare City Spectacular (formerly Street Performance World Championship) is an annual street performance competition, jointly hosted by Cork and Dublin in Ireland. The City Spectacular opened in 2006 and takes place over three days in mid-June. Organized by Mark Duckenfield and Conor McCarthy, who st ... Read »


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    • Club 57

    • Club 57

      Club 57 was a nightclub located at 57 St. Mark's Place in the East Village, New York City during the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was founded by Stanley Zbigniew Strychacki. It was a hangout and venue for performance- and visual-artists and musicians, including Madonna, Keith Haring, Cyndi Lauper, Charles Busch, Klau ... Read »


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    • Couple in The Cage: Two Undiscovered Amerindians Visit the West

    • The Couple in a Cage: Two Amerindians Visit the West was a 1992-1993 performance art piece by artists Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Coco Fusco for their exhibition The Year of the White Bear and Two Undiscovered Amerindians Visit the West--which toured four countries and was performing in eight different locations. Fi ... Read »


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    • Dance Gang

    • Dance Gang is an American performance art duo made up of Will Rawls and Kennis Hawkins started in 2006 in New York City. The two, both over six feet tall, met in 2004 as fellow dancers in Shen Wei Dance Arts and then started their own project. Dance Gang began with playful dance interventions in public spaces and then ... Read »


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    • Nina Dotti

    • Nina Dotti

      Nina Dotti is a character created and interpreted by Venezuelan-born conceptual and performance artist, Nina Fuentes. In her role as Nina Dotti, Fuentes employs a multi-dimensional approach to critically exploring social, cultural and political issues confronting contemporary society. Dotti was a multimedia, Miam ... Read »


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    • Dublin Live Art Festival

    • The Dublin Live Art Festival is an annual event, created in order to support and promote Live Performance Art in Ireland The Dublin Live Art Festival was founded in 2012 and is curated by live performance artist Niamh Murphy. The aim of the festival is to "build on the thriving live art community working in Irelan ... Read »


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    • Electric-Techno Neon Gods

    • Electric-Techno Neon Gods (Chinese: 電音三太子; pinyin: DiànyÄ«n Sāntàizi; Pe̍h-ōe-jÄ«: Tiān-im Sam-thài-chú), sam thai tsu (Chinese: 三太子; pinyin: Sāntàizi; Pe̍h-ōe-jÄ«: Sam-thài-chú), or Techno Prince Nezha is a subcultural dance perfor ... Read »


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    • Endurance art

    • Endurance art is a kind of performance art involving some form of hardship, such as pain, solitude or exhaustion. Performances that focus on the passage of long periods of time are also known as durational art or durational performances. Writer Michael Fallon traces the genre to the work of Chris Burden in California ... Read »


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    • Eternal Telethon

    • Eternal Telethon is an open collective working to establish an artist retirement home at the Salton Sea by hosting "live" webcast. Founded in 2009 by Ina Viola Blasius, John Burtle, Akina Cox, Chad Dilley, and Niko Solorio the Eternal Telethon has featured over 200 artist. Notable Eternal Telethon projects have include ... Read »


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    • Extreme ironing

    • Extreme ironing (also called EI) is an extreme sport in which people take ironing boards to remote locations and iron items of clothing. According to the Extreme Ironing Bureau, extreme ironing is "the latest danger sport that combines the thrills of an extreme outdoor activity with the satisfaction of a well-pressed s ... Read »


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    • Extreme performance art

    • Since the beginning of the Dadaism in the Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich in 1916, many artists have experimented with extreme performance art as a critique of contemporary consumer culture. Some have used bodily fluids such as blood, faeces and urine. Other times they perform self-mutilation. In the 1960s and 1970s extreme p ... Read »


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    • F.I.S.Co.

    • F.I.S.Co.,(Festival Internazionale sullo Spettacolo Contemporaneo) is an international festival that showcases examples of the convergence taking place across the contemporary arts (dance, theatre, performance, visual and plastic arts). F.I.S.Co. is conceived and created by Xing a cultural network based in Bologna. T ... Read »


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    • Ghost in the Machine (artwork)

    • Ghost in the Machine, originally titled A Good House Is Hard to Find, is a 1981 performance created by American artist Linda Nishio. The work combines written and spoken text, slide projection and film, sound, sculpture, and the use of an assistant. She originally performed it at Franklin Furnace in New York City and p ... Read »


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    • Happening

    • A happening is a performance, event, or situation meant to be considered art, usually as performance art. The term was first used by Allan Kaprow during the 1950s to describe a range of art-related event or multiple events. Happenings occur anywhere and are often multi-disciplinary, with a nonlinear narrative and ... Read »


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    • High Performance Magazine

    • High Performance was a quarterly arts magazine based out of Los Angeles founded in 1978 and published until 1997. Its editorial mission was to provide support and a critical context for new, innovative and unrecognized work in the arts. High Performance started out covering exclusively performance art and gradually gr ... Read »


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    • Human rainbow

    • A human rainbow is where a group of people form a pattern on the ground by placing themselves in the typical characteristics of a rainbow. For example, wearing the colours red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet and forming a rainbow arch at the same time. Some human rainbows are formed in celebration of anniv ... Read »


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    • The Invisible Generation

    • The Invisible Generation was a contemporary art project conceived by artist Per Hüttner and Curator Daniele Balit and organized by Vision Forum and created new meeting places between art and its audiences. A great number of projects were realized in Melbourne, Shenzhen, Beijing and Kiev in 2009-2010. For each city t ... Read »


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    • Lois Keidan

    • Lois Keidan is a British-born cultural activist and writer. She is currently the Director of the Live Art Development Agency which she co-founded with Catherine Ugwu in 1999. She was the former director of Live arts at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) from 1992 to 1997. Prior to working at the ICA, she was resp ... Read »


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    • Life Cube Project

    • The Life Cube Project is a community interactive art installation based upon the creator's idea that if you write something down, it is far more likely to happen. The Life Cube installation encourages members of the community and the general public to decorate it with inspirational writing, paintings, drawings, murals, ... Read »


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    • List of musicians known for destroying instruments

    • This is a list of musicians known for destroying instruments. ... Read »


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    • Live Art Archive

    • The Live Art Archive is an archive that holds information about existing Live Art / Performance Art materials, records and publications primarily in England and the UK. The physical version of the collection is held at the University of Bristol Theatre Collection. The Live Art Archive (Audit) commenced in January ... Read »


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    • Live painting

    • Live painting is a form of visual performance art, in which artists complete a visual art piece in a public performance, often at a bar, music concert, wedding reception, or public event, accompanied by a DJ or live music. The artwork which is created live may be planned or improvisational. This live art form is often ... Read »


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    • Luminosity (performance art)

    • Luminosity (1997) was a work of performance art by Serbian artist Marina Abramović in Sean Kelly Gallery, New York. The woman sitting on a bicycle saddle in the center of a wall was dissolved in the powerful stream of light directed on her. She, exposed on a public inspection, was vulnerable. This was performance ab ... Read »


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    • Mannequin Challenge

    • The Mannequin Challenge is a viral Internet video trend where people remain frozen in action like mannequins while a moving camera films them, usually with the song "Black Beatles" by Rae Sremmurd playing in the background. The hashtag #MannequinChallenge was used for popular social media platforms such as Twitter and ... Read »


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    • Marathon IV: Road Rogue

    • Marathon IV: Road Rogue was an eight-day experimental music performance by Minneapolis musician and composer Mark Mallman. The project consisted of a continuous, 180-plus hour mobile webcast from the back of a van as it traveled from New York City to Los Angeles. The vehicle was equipped with technology that translated ... Read »


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    • Meltdown (festival)

    • Meltdown is an annual festival, held in London, featuring a mix of music, art, performance and film. Meltdown is held in June at Southbank Centre, the arts complex covering 21 acres (85,000 m2) and including the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall and The Hayward. Each year the festival chooses an establis ... Read »


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    • Monochrom

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      monochrom is an international art-technology-philosophy group, founded in 1993, that defines itself as "an unpeculiar mixture of proto-aesthetic fringe work, pop attitude, subcultural science and political activism". Its main office is located at Museumsquartier/Vienna (at 'QDK'). The group's members are: Johannes Gre ... Read »


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    • National Poetry Slam

    • The National Poetry Slam (NPS) is a performance poetry competition where teams from across the United States, Canada, and, occasionally, Europe and Australia, participate in a large-scale poetry slam. The event occurs in early August every year and in different U.S. cities. The first National Poetry Slam was held ... Read »


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    • National Review of Live Art

    • The National Review of Live Art, also known by the abbreviation NRLA, was an annual festival of live art which ran from 1986 to 2010 in the UK. The festival owed its origins to a one-day event called simply the Performance Platform, which was organised by Steve Rogers at Nottingham's Midland Group Arts Centre in 1979. ... Read »


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    • A Needle Woman

    • A Needle Woman is a performance video artwork created by artist Kimsooja. The videos projected simultaneously that comprise Kimsooja’s A Needle Woman (1999) presents the artist wearing precisely the same clothes, standing precisely the same way, and, it would seem, at the same time of day in various urban environm ... Read »


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    • Neo Naturists

    • The Neo Naturists is a performance based live art practice started during the early 1980s in London, UK. The Neo Naturists were started by Christine Binnie, Jennifer Binnie, and Wilma Johnson in 1981 in London. Grayson Perry appeared in many performances. The most recent performance was at the Hayward Gallery in J ... Read »


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    • Open mic

    • An open mic or open mike (derived from the expression "open microphone") is a live show at a coffeehouse, nightclub, comedy club or pub where audience members who are amateur performers are given the opportunity to perform onstage. Typically, as the name suggests, the performer is provided with a microphone which is pl ... Read »


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    • Performance poetry

    • Performance poetry is poetry that is specifically composed for or during a performance before an audience. During the 1980s, the term came into popular usage to describe poetry written or composed for performance rather than print distribution, mostly open to improvisation. The term performance poetry originates f ... Read »


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    • Performance studies

    • Performance studies is an interdisciplinary field that studies and uses performance as a lens to study the world. The term 'performance' is broad, and can include artistic and aesthetic performances like concerts, theatrical events, and performance art; sporting events; social, political and religious events like ritu ... Read »


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    • Piano burning

    • Piano burning is the act of setting on fire an acoustic piano, most commonly an upright, as either a ceremony or a form of performance art. Although piano burning ceremonies are now popular in both the Royal Air Force and the United States Air Force, there is little or no evidence to suggest that descriptions of its or ... Read »


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    • The Project Formerly Known As Kindle Forkbomb

    • The project The Project Formerly Known as Kindle Forkbomb is a work done by the Swiss-Austrian-American duo known as Ubermorgen. The artists are known for their creative use of digital media, combined with other means such as performance and various offline medium to convey their ideas. The project is showcased on Uber ... Read »


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    • Psychogeography

    • Psychogeography is an approach to geography that emphasizes playfulness and "drifting" around urban environments. It has links to the Situationist International. Psychogeography was defined in 1955 by Guy Debord as "the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organize ... Read »


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    • Red Sky Poetry Theatre

    • Red Sky Poetry Theatre was the longest running live weekly poetry series and open mic in Seattle history. Don Wilsun, who previously co-founded Dogtown Poetry Theater with Joe Scozzy, was a driving force in the founding of Red Sky Poetry Theatre. Along with Joe Keppler, Tom Parson, who also started the Bumbershoot ... Read »


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    • Rest Energy (performance piece)

    • Rest Energy is a 1980 performance art piece created and performed by then-performance artist duo Marina Abramović and Ulay and recorded in Amsterdam. Four minutes in duration, Abramović has described it as one of two of the most difficult pieces she has ever done, saying I was not in charge. In Rest Energy we ac ... Read »


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    • Rhythm 0

    • Rhythm 0 (1974) was a six-hour work of performance art by Yugoslav artist Marina Abramović in Studio Morra, Naples. The work involved Abramović standing still while the audience was invited to do to her whatever they wished, using one of 72 objects she had placed on a table. These included a rose, feather, perfum ... Read »


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    • Rock balancing

    • Rock balancing (or stone stacking, as some may call it) is an art, discipline, or hobby in which rocks are naturally balanced on top of one another in various positions. Adhesives, wires, supports, or rings are not permitted. Rock balancing can be a performance art, a spectacle, or a devotion, depending upon the i ... Read »


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    • Sheree Rose

    • Sheree Rose (born 1941- ), is an American photographer and performance artist. Her photographs documented the BDSM and queer subcultures in Los Angeles during the early 1980s. With her partner and creative collaborator, performance artist Bob Flanagan, they explored sexuality, BDSM, death, and daily living with termin ... Read »


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    • Audrey Samson

    • . Audrey Samson is a Canadian a multidisciplinary artist-researcher. She also goes by the pseudonym of ideacritik. Samson studied Media Design at the Piet Zwart Institute, where she obtained a MFA in 2007. She then followed residencies at Eastern Bloc (art centre), Weise7, agenceTOPO, StudioXX, micro research, . Samso ... Read »


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    • Sand animation

    • Sand animation is the manipulation of sand to create animation. In performance art an artist creates a series of images using sand, a process which is achieved by applying sand to a surface and then rendering images by drawing lines and figures in the sand with one's hands. A sand animation performer will often use the ... Read »


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    • Signalism

    • Signalism (Serbian Cyrillic: Сигнализам / Signalizam; from: lat. Signum – sign, signal) represents an international neo-avant-garde literal and art movement. It gathered wider support base both in former Yugoslavia and the world in the late 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s. T ... Read »


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    • Smolin Gallery

    • The Smolin Gallery was an avant-garde art venue and gallery on 57th Street in New York City, at its peak in the 1960s. It was known for its involvement with installation art, performance art and experimental art, and was best known for the Allan Kaprow assemblage performance of September 11–12, 1962 entitled "Word ... Read »


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    • Social practice (art)

    • Social practice is an art medium that focuses on social engagement, inviting collaboration with individuals, communities, and institutions in the creation of participatory art. It is also referred to by a range of different names: public practice, socially engaged art,community art, new-genre public art,participatory a ... Read »


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    • Spirit Cooking

    • Spirit Cooking

      Marina Abramović (Serbian Cyrillic: Марина Абрамовић, Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: [maˌrǐːna abˈrǎːmoʋit͡ɕ]; born November 30, 1946) is a Yugoslavia-born performance artist. Her work explores the relationship between performer and audience, ... Read »


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    • M. Vänçi Stirnemann


    • Street performance

    • Street performance or busking is the act of performing in public places for gratuities. In many countries the rewards are generally in the form of money but other gratuities such as food, drink or gifts may be given. Street performance is practiced all over the world by men, women and children and dates back to antiqui ... Read »


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    • Street Performance World Championship

    • The Laya Healthcare City Spectacular (formerly Street Performance World Championship) is an annual street performance competition, jointly hosted by Cork and Dublin in Ireland. The City Spectacular opened in 2006 and takes place over three days in mid-June. Organized by Mark Duckenfield and Conor McCarthy, who st ... Read »


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    • Street theatre

    • Street theatre is a form of theatrical performance and presentation in outdoor public spaces without a specific paying audience. These spaces can be anywhere, including shopping centres, car parks, recreational reserves and street corners. They are especially seen in outdoor spaces where there are large numbers of peop ... Read »


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    • Super Art Fight

    • Super Art Fight

      Super Art Fight is a live improvised art competition based in the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore area where artists compete for audience approval by sketching random topics on a mural-sized canvas. The event was birthed at Katsucon in 2008 and has grown to include a rotating roster of artists, a podcast, and online competi ... Read »


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    • Surf Reality

    • Surf Reality's House of Urban Savages, also known as Surf Reality, was a 65-seat performance venue on Manhattan's Lower East Side from 1993-2003. A laboratory for experimental performance of all kinds, Surf Reality was known for comedy, performance art, classic burlesque, modern music, vaudeville and experimental theat ... Read »


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    • The Theatre of Mistakes

    • The Theatre of Mistakes 1970s-1980s, London was a performance art company. The work was minimalist, structuralist, and conceptual. 1976 Serpentine Gallery, London, 'Homage to Pietro Longhi' Stedelijk Museum; Amsterdam. 'The Ascent of the Stedelijk'1977 Hayward Gallery, London. 'A Waterfall' 48 performances for the ... Read »


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    • Thread Routes

    • Thread Routes

      Thread Routes is a 16mm film series by artist Kimsooja. Divided into six chapters, Thread Routes takes place in six different cultural zones around the world. The artist considers her approach to this film as a 'visual poem' and a 'visual anthropology', in that it juxtaposes and presents structural similarities in per ... Read »


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    • Tree of Life mural (Manav Gupta)

    • Tree of Life mural (Manav Gupta)

      The Tree of Life is a large three-dimensional mural by artist Manav Gupta, located across the interior staircase of the Bharti Airtel office building in Gurgaon, India. Covering approximately 5,000 sq ft of facade space and 10,000 sq ft of total painted surface, it is the tallest and largest indoor staircase mural. Whi ... Read »


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    • Untitled (Rape Scene)

    • Untitled (Rape Scene) is a color photograph documentation created from a 35mm slide by Cuban American artist Ana Mendieta. She made it during an April 1973 performance while still a student at the University of Iowa. It is one of three photographs she created in reaction to the rape and murder of a woman on campus. The ... Read »


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    • Varayarangu

    • Varayarangu (Malayalam: വരയരങ്ങ്), is an experimental Infotainment art genre from Kerala, which explores the performing level possibilities of Fine Art as a Stage Art . This 'Cartoon Stage Show' is a blend of poetry, anecdotes and socio-political satire with high speed drawing. P ... Read »


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    • Vision Forum (art organisation)

    • Vision Forum is an organisation that carries out research in contemporary art and organises events that transgresses the boundaries between performance, exhibition, workshops and education. It grew from a series of events organised by Curatorial Mutiny in collaboration with KSM at Campus Norrköping, Linköpings Un ... Read »


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    • The Visitors (installation)

    • The Visitors is a 2012 installation and video art piece created by Ragnar Kjartansson. Kjartansson named the piece for The Visitors, the final album by the Swedish pop band ABBA. The piece was commissioned by the Migros Museum in Zurich, and was one of the museum's inaugural exhibits. The premiere of the piece marked K ... Read »


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    • Waffle Shop: A Reality Show

    • Waffle Shop: A Reality Show

      Waffle Shop: A Reality Show was a performance art project and restaurant in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The restaurant was operated by Carnegie Mellon University students. The Waffle Shop was part of a trend in Pittsburgh to support performance art within the urban core. In addition to serving food, st ... Read »


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    • Waterwheel (website)

    • Waterwheel is an "interactive and collaborative platform", capable of being used as a medium for sharing media and ideas, performances and presentations. It allows users to upload and engage with media, and provides a platform through which the media can be utilised and expanded on in a live performance. Waterwheel was ... Read »


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