Everyday life words in progress’s over-the-shoulder perspective and discourse with objects
Everyday life words in progress’s hybrid, process-oriented structure offers a useful model for considering some basic questions related to performance art methods, dialogues, and audience expectations, particularly around using the artist’s body as a “material” in an artwork, and how this can differ from traditional performing arts approaches.
Article by Paul Couillard
Exercise On Experiencing Ephemerality
A performance exercise by Marilyn Arsem, one that she has been compelling her students to complete for decades. The inspiration behind FADO’s Performance Resolution(s) series.
Notes on a High Tea
Keith Cole writes: Gallerist Paul Petro refers to my new association with Jeanne Randolph as a “forced mentorship.” He might be right. I’m not sure myself what this new relationship is. Given that Jeanne Randolph has been on my mind so much…
Remembering Tari Ito
Tari Ito was a Japanese performance artist, organizer, and activist whose work was featured in events across Asia, Europe and North America. She died earlier this year after a ten-year struggle with ALS—an enormous challenge for an artist whose practice was so intensely focused on body movement. She was greatly loved and respected, and many of us mourn her passing.
Memorial text by Paul Couillard