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Discussion: Why I Make Live Art (When I’m Not Making The Others) Panel at The Invisible Dog (NYC)

Discussion: Why I Make Live Art (When I’m Not Making The Others) Panel at The Invisible Dog (NYC)

WHY I MAKE LIVE ART (WHEN I’M NOT MAKING THE OTHERS)
Wednesday, February 1, 2012 7:00pm
The Invisible Dog
51 bergen street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

"Reverse Chronology: What to do with Dormant Photographs," A performance lecture, part of an epistolary novel.

WHY I MAKE LIVE ART (WHEN I’M NOT MAKING THE OTHERS) will be an evening of current explanations by contemporary performance makers around the siren call of “liveness” in art practice. The diverse panel will include art duo Jake Margolin and Nick Vaughan, actor-writer Laine Rettmer, poet/photographer/conceptual artist Ariel Goldberg, video/theatre artist Michael DeAngelis and Renaissance man Chris Giarmo. Artists will present prepared statements and manifestoes in response to the evening followed by a moderated conversation with curator Jess Barbagallo.

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Caden Manson is Editor In Chief and Curator of Contemporary Performance Network and co-founder and artistic director of Big Art Group, a New York City performance company founded in 1999.

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