cinoh:

dance
Philippe Vandenberg, via klemm’s

cinoh:

dance
Philippe Vandenberg, via klemm’s

(via goldengodz)

@20 hours ago with 2914 notes

Reading Response: Performance Art 

cjohn2:

Performance art is something that is slowly evolving into society. When form and nature of it are mixed together it creates an artistic message that many do not seem to understand. There is a meaning and purpose for the performance which symbolizes an emotion to the viewers. It is a way of…

@20 hours ago with 1 note

Reading Response 

hollycline:

Performance: A Hidden History

“The avant-avant garde”

After reading about performance art, or “live art” I have a new found respect for the medium. I can’t say performance art has ever been my favorite art form (with the exception of any kind of live music). I think I, personally,…

@20 hours ago with 1 note

Reading Response: performance art 

eharrin3:

I would never have guessed that performance art has acted as a catalyst to pushing artistic styles into their next phase, but after rearing bout performance art, it totally makes sense that performance resides on the fore front of artistic advancement. I really like how the article explained that…

@21 hours ago with 1 note
thejogging:

Self-Confidence Forecast, 2014iPhone App Screengrab†††

thejogging:

Self-Confidence Forecast, 2014

iPhone App Screengrab

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@21 hours ago with 200 notes
manufactoriel:

Untitled, June, 1999 by Stanley Whitney 

manufactoriel:

Untitled, June, 1999 by Stanley Whitney 

@21 hours ago with 135 notes

stellasstarship:

I read the assignment a little wrong and did simple line drawings for all 20 of the verbs. Sorry about that! 

@21 hours ago with 2 notes

Ludaversality and its discontents

shitmystudentswrite:

Doing anything outside of the norm was historically considered Ludacris.

@21 hours ago with 257 notes

Reading Response

alyaldebenedictis:

After reading the essay I find it fascinating that we classify the dance, film and music as art but not the actual people preforming the deeds as the artists. The people who are the artists using their bodies as an expression of feelings completely transform the way we view art. It is also interesting that performance art has been around just as long as all other art forms but just in the past couple decades it has become a catalyst for the way we view art entirely.

@20 hours ago with 1 note

gracerobber:

Roselee Goldberg : Performance : A Hidden History : 

While reading Goldberg’s Performance : A Hidden History , I was surprised that the emergence of Performance Art was so centered on social protest against the current structure of Art. Of course after reading this article, I realized that this is why Performance art is so beautiful and so terrifying. It’s such a vulnerable thing to do but also it defies all structure of the typical Art Mediums.

@20 hours ago with 1 note
shablamipow:

Bailey

shablamipow:

Bailey

@21 hours ago with 1 note

"Sharing is the whole point of doing creative work."

@21 hours ago with 210 notes
msudenverartevents:

∞hustle
Metropolitan State University of Denver Department of ArtBFA Thesis Exhibition
∞hustle is a collaborative, student produced show featuring the BFA thesis work of 21 graduating Metropolitan State University of Denver fine arts students. ∞hustle will include 2D and 3D works in painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, jewelry/metals, spatial media, performance and digital art. Many of the works in the exhibit will be available for sale.
Featuring the work of: Mickey Boyd, Kelly Anne Brewer, Akayla Brown, Cory Brown, Misty Brown, Kristin Buck, Patrick Cosner, John Droplitz, Leah Fernandez, Kenneth “Solace” Garcia, Andrew Groth, Jacquie Isaacs, Anne Latimer, Amanda Lillie, Jody McDonald, Skye Mitchell, Bailey Pucci, Kelsey Leigh Sailsbery, Amanda Sowers, Kate Stern and Michael Weber
Center for Visual Art965 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, COApril 18 – April 26, 2014Opening: Friday, April 18, 6:00-9:00 pm

msudenverartevents:

hustle

Metropolitan State University of Denver
Department of Art
BFA Thesis Exhibition

hustle is a collaborative, student produced show featuring the BFA thesis work of 21 graduating Metropolitan State University of Denver fine arts students. hustle will include 2D and 3D works in painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, jewelry/metals, spatial media, performance and digital art. Many of the works in the exhibit will be available for sale.

Featuring the work of: Mickey Boyd, Kelly Anne Brewer, Akayla Brown, Cory Brown, Misty Brown, Kristin Buck, Patrick Cosner, John Droplitz, Leah Fernandez, Kenneth “Solace” Garcia, Andrew Groth, Jacquie Isaacs, Anne Latimer, Amanda Lillie, Jody McDonald, Skye Mitchell, Bailey Pucci, Kelsey Leigh Sailsbery, Amanda Sowers, Kate Stern and Michael Weber

Center for Visual Art
965 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO
April 18 – April 26, 2014
Opening: Friday, April 18, 6:00-9:00 pm

@21 hours ago with 3 notes
thejogging:

Standing, 2014
Performance
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thejogging:

Standing, 2014

Performance

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@21 hours ago with 81 notes
thejogging:

Steve Buscemi Selfie At The Oscars, 2014
Photo Manipulation
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thejogging:

Steve Buscemi Selfie At The Oscars, 2014

Photo Manipulation

@21 hours ago with 214 notes