Posts tagged "#publicperformance"
ieke Trinks

ieke Trinks

Netherlands based artist ieke Trinks performs work that often includes the contributions of others in the creation of it. Unscripted Play (Hardesty Arts Center, Tulsa, OK, USA, 2014), for example, was a collaborative residency with U.S. artist Sarah McKemie, in which the artists initiated improvisational work with high school students, clients from a centre for...
Free Air

Free Air

Free Air, is a collaboration between Regin Igloria and Amy Sinclair who first performed for Out of Site in 2014. In this performance entitled Every Something Becoming Nothing we will exhale our breaths consistently into plastic tubing that feeds into a glass jar of ink and soap, creating a fountain of bubbles growing, escalating, and dissipating in an...
Jeremy Pauly

Jeremy Pauly

If we look at psychology as a science, of reading what the physical world does to the psychical, then we can recognize politics as the collateral damage of this relationship. An essay to make it work, whatever it takes, is on which i concentrate my works, the beauty, the disaster, of the walk of a...
Allen Conkle

Allen Conkle

Allen received a BA in theatre and visual performance from Columbia College in 2000 and later earned an MA in performance studies from San Francisco State University where he currently teaches Performance art, Performance research and Masculinity and Communication. He worked with the critically acclaimed Nomenil Collective in Chicago writing and directing twelve original performance...
Michal Samama

Michal Samama

Michal Samama creates works at the intersection of dance, performance, theater and the visual arts, addressing the fundamental condition of performance – situating a body in the public realm.  Rooted in body and movement, her work moves between the gallery, the theater, and the public space, exploring the different dynamics by which these spaces are...
Martine Viale

Martine Viale

Born in Montreal, Quebec, Martine Viale lives and works in Perpignan, France. Based in action art, her work is contextual and Site-specific. Working in the public space and unusual places that can facilitate unpredictable encounters with passersby, she is interested in the momentary loss of bearings and the use of actions as a tool for...
Vanessa Dion Fletcher

Vanessa Dion Fletcher

Vanessa Dion Fletcher is a Lenape and Potawatomi neurodiverse artist. She graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2016 with an MFA in performance and York University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She has exhibited across Canada and the US, at Art Mur Montreal, Eastern Edge Gallery Newfoundland,...
Sheila Toledo

Sheila Toledo

My name is Sheila Toledo Ribes and I am currently studying toward my PhD at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. Previously, I completed my Master of Fine Arts at the University of Applied Sciences in Koblenz, specifically at the Institut für Künstlerische Keramik und Glass (IKKG). Since 2008 my interest in the material of...
Carron Little on Germann & Gehrig, 2019

Carron Little on Germann & Gehrig, 2019

Topology of Space, 07.16.19 (OoS Performance 2019) by Carron Little I recently wrote a line in a poem that read “The distance of horizons” thinking about perception and our lived experience. When we are able to stand on top of a high mountain and see the valleys and villages below, it gives us different perspective...
Carron Little on Erin Evans Delaney, 2019

Carron Little on Erin Evans Delaney, 2019

Image by Erin Evans Delaney (OoS performance 2019) An exciting performance that had crowds in awe one day and perplexed the next was a performance by Erin Evans Delaney. I first saw her perform as an undergraduate at SAIC where she was one of a group of research artist scholars investigating how to create a...