Notes on ‘Performance in Contemporary Art’

Performing formats: institutions and games Page 14, Performance in Contemporary Art Extract " Since the late 1980s, artists have begun to understand institutions as settings for enacted behaviour that can be challenged through re-imagining or re-playing.""The rules of specific disciplinary formats and institutional structures are more and more often invoked performatively by artists to test … Continue reading Notes on ‘Performance in Contemporary Art’

Game and Performance

A Sequence of Video Screenshot I have been re-editing and experimenting some videos that I filmed while urban wandering in multiple locations. Some public facilities of play ground in the Westbourne Green Open Space were involved in my videos, in which I and Yumeng had an interaction with those enthralling entertainment materials. Our body has … Continue reading Game and Performance

Research on Artists’ Performance

Erwin Wurm https://youtu.be/yVwDB83E-ZE Erwin Wurm (born 1954) is an Austrian artist born in Bruck an der Mur, Styria, Austria. He currently lives and works in Vienna and Limberg, Austria.  https://youtu.be/c3s3OH5QmI8 He has been working on One Minute Sculptures since the late 1980s; in these works, a model poses with everyday objects, but in a strange and … Continue reading Research on Artists’ Performance

Be A ‘Wander’ Of London (Notes)

Key Words: Situationists International, Letterist International, Wander, Drift. Psychogeography The book Psychogeography by Merlin Coverley brings me a word - wander, which means to walk or move in a leisurely or aimless way.1 Tow words that means nearly the same as 'wander' are stroller and flâneur (from French). This book remind me of another one … Continue reading Be A ‘Wander’ Of London (Notes)