posts tagged performance-art

8/22/17 // Jaanika Peerna

Jaanika Peerna is an Estonian-born artist living and working primarily in New York since 1998 as well as in Berlin and Tallinn. Her work encompasses drawing, video, installation and… | listen

7/11/17 // Ventiko

Ventiko is a conceptual artist who constructs photographic narratives and public interventions that speak to the idea of performed identity. Venitko’s works have been exhibited and experienced… | listen

5/2/17 // Joe Joe Orangias

Joe Joe Orangias is a visual artist, activist and writer based between New York City and Geneva. His projects, often collaborative and site-specific, focus on monuments, public space, queerness, decolonization and sustainable development. | listen

4/25/17 // Amanda Heidel

Amanda Heidel is an MFA candidate at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She uses reclaimed, recycled and waste materials in her sculptures, installations and performances as a way to blur… | listen

3/29/17 // Performance Art Bands, Gross To Some and Art To Others

BTRtoday explores performance art culture and speaks to concertgoers who enjoy a good show with some classic BDSM, fog, and who knows what else! | read

3/28/17 // Phaan Howng

Phaan Howng  is an American-born Taiwanese multi-media artist living and working in Baltimore, MD. She uses the media of painting, sculpture and and installation to stage the sublime and formidable… | listen

2/7/17 // Rosary Solimanto

Rosary Solimanto is an artist who lives and works in Jersey City.  She is best known for her interdisciplinary activist based work which explores the objectification she faces battling multiple… | listen

1/10/17 // Richard Haines

Richard Haines is an artist and fashion illustrator living and working in New York. He moved here in 1975 from Washington, D.C. to pursue illustration and instead found a successful career as a… | listen

12/13/16 // Jessica Borusky

Jessica Borusky, is an artist, educator, and curator currently living and working in Kansas City, MO. Her performances, videos and installations create a satirical space for examining social relationships concerning the idea of progress as seen in American history, pop-culture, presidential… | listen

12/6/16 // Erik Benjamins

Erik Benjamins, an LA-based artist, adopts materials and languages across the visual, performing, culinary, and design communities to explore our relationship between the home and away place | listen

9/7/16 // Gloving It and Loving It

Here’s one trend from rave culture that is making its way to becoming as big a sport as soccer! | read

8/1/16 // Eduardo Navarro - We Who Spin Around You

This week, BTR went to check out a performance piece on the High Line by artist Eduardo Navarro. Passersby we're invited to try on custom made bronze masks which blocked out all light other than the sun. | read

1/25/16 // Clowns Can Save The World

BTR talks with the executive director of Clowns Without Borders--an organization dedicated to offering humor as a means of psychological support to communities who have suffered from trauma. | read

10/23/14 // Transnational Trajectories

Kate Hers Rhee’s unique artistic navigation along the paths of cultures. | read

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