Ellen Fisher’s performance Time Don’t Stop for Nobody, taking place March 23 at Roulette, asks four performers to exchange their experiences of growing up.
Ahead of her performance there, Meredith Monk gave a lecture at the University of Michigan outlining her approach to performance as an opportunity to break out of our chaotic visual culture.
Joe Diebes, a composer and creator of “performance environments” showcased his latest piece BOTCH, part of his three-year artist residency at Manhattan’s HERE Arts Center.
LONDON — If all art is subjective, mirrored art is doubly so. And if there is one tendency at Frieze this year which cannot be ignored it is the use of reflective surfaces, as if to cause you twice as much grief in judging the work.