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Interview with the Emerging Proactive Performance Artist Kate Crash

Kate Crash is a multi-media performance artist and musician, whose work focuses on alternative ways of promoting proactive positive change.  She is heavily influenced by her mother’s work in the field of civil rights, the philanthropic grassroots approach of EZTV, and the generosity of the Armory Center for the Arts (for providing her free art …

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Francois Chaignaud and Marie Caroline Hominal performance Duchesses at Night Gallery

Francois Chaignaud and Marie Caroline Hominal performed their new piece Duchesses, at the new Night Gallery space in downtown Los Angeles. Viewers gathered outside on a chilly Sunday evening at sunset. Both naked, (and probably very cold) the man and woman stepped upon two high lit platforms and began to hula-hoop. The rhythm of their …

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Hirokazu Kosaka’s Pacific Standard Time’s Performance “Kalpa” at the Getty Center

PHOTOS and ARTICLE by Estée Ochoa When a performance is presented by James Cuno, president of The J. Paul  Getty Trust and the venue is The Getty Museum’s Central Plaza, you know your in for something great. In most cases, the venue is as much a part of the process in performance art as the artist performing.  Hirokazu Kosaka’s site-specific …

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Suzanne Lacy’s Three Weeks in January with LA’s Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa

On January 12, 2012 the Mayor of Los Angeles presented Suzanne Lacy’s public, artwork installation, Three Weeks in January: End Rape in Los Angeles.  Pacific Standard Time and LACE projects is a collaborative work combining performance and conceptual art and is a re-creation of her pioneering social artwork Three Weeks in May, which first took place …

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