August 2011

From August 2011

Video Performance Art

Performance artists and digital video performance art using video recording technology embrace a future form of art that has yet to achieve it’s total vortex.  Video performance art can not be categorized as one of many traditional plastic art forms, but connects more appropriately on the temporal level of arts of music, theater, performance, and …

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Performance Art and Dadaism

Within performance art the importance  from the dadaist movements is often a pivotal time the birth of “performance artist surrealism” The art of the Surrealist movement was centered throughout the irrational and the subconscious, both depicting dream-like images. When the Surrealist movements began in 1919 the key part of creativity was applied through automatic writing, …

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Performance Art and Music

In performance art and performances artists there are many instances of a distinct connection to music. Some music performance artists include Yoko Ono, Laurie Anderson, Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips. It can be addressed that many musical performance artists under the umbrella of “art rock”  “glam rock” and visually striking stage performers such as …

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