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Comptines sur le corps chez Marilau

Waterfront Performing Arts Series at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, Tue, Aug 20 6:00pm

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Nara Rúbia Ribeiro

Hands theatre...way to cool!!

Idea of movement – Les photographies légères et aériennes de Lois Greenfield

[Lamentation] / Martha Graham [photograph]:Image Page Turner: Performing Arts Encyclopedia, Library of Congress

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Alvaro Villarrubia, photo de mode et portraits

Performance art


21 Creepy Black And White Photos That Give 'Nightmare' A New Meaning

Pina Bausch Blaubart (performance), 1977 | 21 creepy black & white photos

"Evolution" by LucyandBart - Lucy McRae, Bart Hess - Described as an "instinctual stalking" of fashion, architecture, performance and the body. S)

Butoh, Dance of the Dark Soul,It typically involves playful and grotesque imagery, taboo topics, extreme or absurd environments, and is traditionally performed in white body makeup with slow hyper-controlled motion, with or without an audience.

Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama has an interesting series of photos simply titled, “Nude.” Each image shows an abstract flesh-colored shape that’s created by a nude subject dancing in front of the camera. Although the photographs look like long-exposure shots, they’re actually composite images created by combining ten thousand individual photographs of each dancer. The result is a look in which each model’s body is (mostly) lost within the blur of its movement.


Magazine - The Ephemeral Work of Hans Breder

Hans Breder trained as a painter in Hamburg, German and found early success in NYC in the early ’60s. Once he was drawn to Iowa, Breder created...

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mechanischer körperfächer (body fan 2) - rebecca horn

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Lucid Dreaming

Bea Camacho, Efface, 2008 – Single-channel video, 11 hours. This video documents an eleven-hour performance during which I crocheted myself into a white carpet with white yarn. This project builds on the themes explored in an earlier video performance, “Enclose”, but puts more emphasis on the space around the body, which becomes an integral part of the work as my body slowly disappears into the architecture.

Cheryl Pope - Up Against, 2010. Working in the mediums of sculpture, video, installation, assemblage, drawing, and performance, Cheryl Pope addresses issues of connectivity and identity that inform the way in which we live our lives today.