Performance Art connects artists directly with their bodies – it takes the body as a site of resistance – as a political and social platform and a site for personal reflection. Performance can be silent and private or loud and public, confrontational, masochistic, cathartic even narcissistic. These performances shift the passive role of a viewer/audience into an active visceral response.
3-minute public performance on campus; considered: location, gesture, costume, objects and environmental conditions: time, light/color, sound, scent, taste and touch
Intermedia Art 160