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 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. 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)