A cohort of artists and collectives will have “full transparency into the organization’s inner workings” and control of its annual production budget to pay their own wages and develop programs.
At Performa, Huang Po-Chih and Su Hui-Yu each staged theatrical productions concerning collective mourning and memorialization. Yet while Su built upon his own relationship to a story of loss, Huang seemed to impose himself upon someone else’s.
Nearly five decades since Chris Burden and Marina Abramović began their explorations, an emerging crop of artists are re-envisioning artistic self-harm in both methodology and intent.
How do we analyze the frenetic outbursts at Wednesday’s Congressional hearings through the lens of aesthetic protest.
The 2018 edition of the Itinerant Performance Art Festival features works that imagine alternatives to conventional, binary identities and categories.
From a bio-electrical instrument triggered by changes in muscle tension to a satirical monument-smashing rampage, Angie Eng has curated an enticing performance program at Roulette.
The house will become a research space and library in country where performance art remains underdeveloped, and many artists fear persecution.
After attempting to chisel away at the four-ton block of marble, the Belgian artist Mikes Poppe was rescued from his heavy metaphor for the weight of tradition.
Carlos Martiel continues his gripping, often devastating explorations of bodies marked by history, culture, and place with a performance at Y Gallery.
Miao Jiaxin — best known for a work that invited strangers to Airbnb a cage in his apartment — lit a room up with fire at the Just Situations performance festival.
Just Situations, a 10-day festival and conference at venues in North Brooklyn, features nearly 60 artists and groups prodding participants on politics and performance.
During a recent visit to David Zwirner, I was transfixed by the dancer performing on a Gonzalez-Torres sculpture, so I decided to track him down.