Monthly Archives: November 2010

The first second third is in!

What? What did I just say? I love being involved with art that makes me say things that even I barely understand. Once month ago I started a ten minute…or rather I wrote the first three-and-a-half minutes of the play, … Continue reading

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Event Challenge #2

The sister form of the Exquisite Corpse is the Event, so every week we will be offering an event challenge. Events are the haiku of performance art.  Your job is to create a video based on a score supplied by the event artist … Continue reading

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Burroughs’ instructions: in a very broad sense, the method’s painterly origins

Firstly, it body as if it were material declared precise circumstances of Gysin’s recalls both the general context a cutting a mount for a drawing in original act of discovery: “While newspapers with my Stanley Blade room 25, I sliced … Continue reading

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Event Challenge #1

The sister form of the Exquisite Corpse is the Event, so every week we will be offering an event challenge.  Events are a sort-of haiku of the performance world based on a score supplied by the artist for other artists … Continue reading

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Exquisite Explanation

The very notion of an exquisite corpse is oxymoronic: a meticulously planned project with three or more artists working in separated collaboration to create an unexpected amalgam that is at the same time unified as a whole but discrete in … Continue reading

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