Viewing articles tagged with 'Performance'
For this LADA Screens we showed Writing Not Yet Throught, an exchange between Adrian Heathfield and Hélène Cixous filmed in 2011.
Ikon Gallery, 1 Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, Birmingham, B1 2HS
Hiorns’ works are charged with a bodily materiality, bio-politics, time and collapse. An atomised jet engine is placed on the floor next to the video work ‘Benign’. A series of paintings in decaying latex depict sexual acts between men, surrounded by clusters of disembodied erections. Review by Cathy Wade.
Yuz Museum, 35 Fenggu Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, China
OVERPOP focuses on a group of artists who are responding to the impact of the Internet on the visual environment. Their work is more than post-internet, however: it incorporates the historical tradition of Pop Art in addition to responding to the acceleration of digital imagery.
Palais de Tokyo, 13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris
For his Palais de Tokyo ‘Carte blanche’ exhibition Tino Seghal his filled the space with six of his own works as well as works by Felix Gonzalez-Torres, James Coleman, Daniel Buren, Isabel Lewis, Pierre Huyge and Philippe Parreno. Review by Elli Resvanis
Gillett Sqaure, London
OSR Projects, Drill Hall, Easton Lane, Portland, DT5 1BW
Devised as a response to flooding, extreme weather, and our changing relationship with the natural world the Weather Station has, for two summers now, travelled around South West England gathering traces of its journey and of the actions of its residents. Review by Trevor H. Smith
Various locations, Bristol
Bristol Biennial 2016 presents thirteen new commissions on the theme of ‘In Other Worlds’. This otherness took many forms: human to non-human, present to future; from the city streets to the very air we breathe. A series of exhibitions, talks, events and satellite projects encourage encounters with, conversations on and explorations of an array of alchemically transformed locations across the city. Review by Kate Self
Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
The works on show – spanning performance, music, film, painting and drawing – take viewers on an emotional journey through humour and seriousness, from the ridiculous to the sublime. Rosie Ram reviews Ragnar Kjartansson at the Barbican.
LADA, The White Building, Unit 7, Queen's Yard, White Post Lane, London E9 5EN
Often seen as an international pioneer of intimate, one-to-one performance, Howells’ extensive body of work premises notions of care, trust and kindness. His work is an intimate theatre often taking a single participant on an intense, personal journey. Bryony White reviews his recent LADA Screens project.
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX
Tara Fatehi Irani reviews 'The People Behind the Financial System', a new artwork conceived by artist duo They Are Here. The work can be read as a game – one for those curious about how the world of finance operates.