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Posts tagged "Performance"
Agustina Woodgate

Agustina Woodgate

Agustina Woodgate (1981, Argentina) is an artist whose practice focuses on the politics of landscapes and infrastructures as a conceptual and public geography. She recombines, activates and repurposes available resources while setting alternative systems in motion. Her work comes about through a logical process of discovery rather than invention, utilizing displacement as a strategy. Woodgates’ approach is...
There's No Place Like Home

There’s No Place Like Home

For There’s No Place Like Home Robert Reed created a headdress and pair of oversized pumps adorned with items from the collection that relate to the story of Dorothy’s adventures in Oz. Reed wore these for an impromptu performance in homage to gay icon, Judy Garland during a party that Elsewhere hosted.  
Accordion Suits for Commutes

Accordion Suits for Commutes

Inspired by the movement of trains that pass through downtown Greensboro, Laura Bernstein produced a series of accordion pleated coats, which can be buttoned together in sets for up to six wearers. These shared garments both restrict movement and ensure that their wearers choreograph their movements together. In collaboration with dancers Cynthia Ling Lee, Brianna...
Storefront Theater

Storefront Theater

The Storefront Window Theater is an open-air, sidewalk theater bringing performances, music, puppeteering, lectures, and more to downtown publics. We present works by Elsewhere visiting artists, local groups, and traveling performers.
Najva Sol

Najva Sol

San Francisco, CA September 14, 2011 – October 11, 2011 website | najva sol dot wordpress dot com website | low brow society dot org                                   Projects: Somewhere Elsewhere    
Hillary Rea

Hillary Rea

Philadelphia, PA June 1, 2011 – June 28, 2011                         Projects: Improv Workshop Dérive
Valerie Salez

Valerie Salez

Halifax, Nova Scotia May 4, 2011 – May 31, 2011 “As both an artist/person I celebrate creative tangents and deny categorical chains. Projects look to the creative and social potential of directionless meanderings, spontaneity, obsession, dreams, the unknown and the yet-to-be-discovered as a means of investigating cultural structures. Artistic engagement takes form in a multitude of ways.” –...
Norbert Attard

Norbert Attard

Malta May 4, 2011 – May 31, 2011 website | norbert attard dot com Norbert Francis Attard, an installation artist with an international reputation, has made a name for himself with his poetic and original approach to a multifarious series of artistic projects. His work combines social, cultural and political aspects together with overlays of scientific and religious themes. Always...
NoWhere Else

NoWhere Else

Greensboro, NC April 22, 2011 – April 27, 2011  
House Coat | Dawn Stetzel

House Coat | Dawn Stetzel

April 13, 2011 – May 4, 2011 collaborators: Dawn Stetzel places: 1st Floor, Amusement Park, Fabric Workshop, 2nd Floor Dawn performed House/Coat, a brief perspective on what it is to live close to the edges of contemporary society.
Maura Jasper

Maura Jasper

Muncie, IN June 4, 2010 – June 29, 2010 website | maura jasper dot com                                     Projects: Personal Historical Society  
Kathryn Lynn Shearman

Kathryn Lynn Shearman

San Francisco, CA June 3, 2010 – July 6, 2010 website | kathryn lynn shearman dot com myspace | myspace dot com slash music by kazoo The body of Kate’s work resists categorization as visual art, performance art or theater. Rather than squeeze her ideas, which move freely through media and histories into a well defined and understood form, she...