Art of the Nude Male. The nude male in theatre, performance art, dance, film, and other artistic expressions, including political statements and athletics. Live Durational Performance. This is the group for durational live performance art and living installation created by Branko Miliskovic. This group concerns artists working with the the body, in the city or in nature. Research and experimentation is….
20 Of The Most Confusing Performance Art Pieces Of All Time (NSFW)
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Please refresh the page and retry. E yebrows were raised in when a pair of naked performance artists stood inches apart at the entrance of a gallery in Italy, leaving just a tiny gap for visitors to squeeze through. The Serbian artist's original performance more than forty years ago was with her then boyfriend and fellow artist Frank Uwe Laysiepen at the Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna in the Italian city of Bologna. Passersby were unaware that they were being filmed by a hidden camera and their reactions would form part of the art work. Many were unsure which naked body to face; some squeezed past as quickly as possible; others avoided going through altogether.
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Although Brazil is known throughout the world as a country with bare bodies, its population is extremely conservative in many respects. The reflexes of such repressive behavior in the Brazilian artistic production have been frequent in recent times — with support from the authorities. To engage in a work of Performance Art is to generate a political rupture in everyday life and to turn it into poetry, creating a crisis that can lead to reflection. Maikon K.
An artist performing in a corner. Sometimes, a video just touches your soul. This shaky clip of casually partying art schoolers on a terrace at what appears to be CalArts in Santa Clarita, California, which slowly pans to reveal a paint-splattered nude performer laying facedown on a plastic drop cloth in the corner to the attention of no one, is that video for me. Something happened to me when I watched this clip, which was posted to Twitter by diptychbitch and first reported by Hyperallergic. I mean—does any art even matter?