CATALOGUE "I Venice International Performance Art Week 2012 Hybrid Body – Poetic Body"

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1st Venice International Performance Art Week 2012

Hybrid Body - Poetic Body

With documentation of the works presented at the 1st VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK 2012 Hybrid Body - Poetic Body:

Yoko Ono, VALIE EXPORT, Hermann Nitsch, Jan Fabre, Ilija Šoškić, Boris Nieslony, Jill Orr, Lee Wen, Gonzalo Rabanal, Helena Goldwater, Manuel Vason, Joseph Ravens, Suka Off, Snežana Golubović, Jason Lim, Prem Sarjo, Nelda Ramos, Shima, BBB Johannes Deimling, VestAndPage, Santiago Cao, Francesca Fini, Francesco Kiàis, Wanda Moretti | Il Posto, Gabriela Alonso, Alperoa, Andrea Morucchio, Macarena Perich Rosas, VestAndPage, Marcus Vinicius, Weeks & Whitford, Zierle & Carter, David Dalla Venezia | ART WEEK Fringe.

ESSAYS:

Bojana Kunst "Impossible Becomes Possible"

Dana Altman "Body Landscapes"

Andrea Pagnes "Considering the Nature of the Image and its Performativity"

Francesco Kiais "Unstable Harmonies or On The Hybridisation of God"

Gabriela Alonso "The Bodies as Living Archives"

Richard Martel "Art, Performativity, Plasticity, Language: Access Codes"

Daniela Beltrani "Uncovering Poiesis in Performance Art"


The first edition of the VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK Hybrid Body – Poetic Body took place in December 2012 at Palazzo Bembo. The live art exhibition project dedicated to contemporary performance art showcased in its first edition works of over 30 international performance artists from around the globe. Pioneers of this art discipline exhibited alongside established and emerging artists, reflecting influences and current tendencies in the field. The project consisted of a vibrant program of live performances, installations, photographic and video documentation, conferences, daily round tables talks and meetings with the participating artists, researchers and curators. The communication that can be triggered between artists and the audience was an essential element. The topics addressed during the week related to the need to look at social relations and the lives of individuals with greater care.

The VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK 2012 is the live art exhibition project initiated and curated by artist duo VestAndPage, realised in collaboration with Studio Contemporaneo, Venice Open Gates, We Exhibit, Live Arts Cultures and European Cultural Centre | Global Art Affairs Foundation.

Venice: VestAndPage press, 2014

Hardcover, pp. 128, 20 x 13 cm, 83 colour images

40,- Euro

Printed in a limited edition of 300

More information about the VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK on www.veniceperformanceart.org.




KEYWORDS

Performance art, Theory, Research, Practice, Contemporary Art, Text, Exhibition catalogue, Live Art, Project, Archive, Body, Body art, Hybrid, Poetic, Poiesis, Criticism, Image, VestAndPage, Dana Altman, Bojana Kunst, Andrea Pagnes, Verena Stenke, Francesco Kiais, Gabriela Alonso, Richard Martel, Daniela Beltrani, Yoko Ono, VALIE EXPORT, Hermann Nitsch, Jan Fabre, Ilija Šoškić, Boris Nieslony, Jill Orr, Lee Wen, Gonzalo Rabanal, Helena Goldwater, Manuel Vason, Joseph Ravens, Suka Off, Snežana Golubović, Jason Lim, Prem Sarjo, Nelda Ramos, Shima, BBB Johannes Deimling, VestAndPage, Santiago Cao, Francesca Fini, Francesco Kiàis, Wanda Moretti | Il Posto, Gabriela Alonso, Alperoa, Andrea Morucchio, Macarena Perich Rosas, Marcus Vinicius, Weeks & Whitford, Zierle & Carter, David Dalla Venezia
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