Performance Art

Collection by Chang Liu

Chang Liu
Klaus Rinke: Time, Space, Body, Transformations Klaus Rinke is a German artist who explored several artistic means (painting, sculpture) before concentrating on body art. Tanz Poster, Photo D Art, Conceptual Art, Transformation Body, Portrait Photography, Photography Projects, Body Art, Contemporary Art, Sculpture

Klaus Rinke: Time, Space, Body, Transformations

Klaus Rinke is a German artist who explored several artistic means (painting, sculpture) before concentrating on body art. He especially used the movement of the body, captured through performance and photographs, as a means to express the passing of time. The theme of the clock itself...

Commissioned by the Barbican, ‘Dalston House’ is the new gravity-defying illusion installation by Argentine artist Leandro Erlich that invites visitors to walk on the facade of a Victorian building. Land Art, Street Art, Art Du Monde, Instalation Art, Interactive Art, Interactive Installation, Art Plastique, Public Art, Urban Art

Leandro Erlich: Dalston House

Oh my goodness, where are the parents? Fear not, fretful readers. The pictures you're about to click through are mere optical illusions from the mind ...

Philippe Petit's illegal high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in 1974 at the age of 24 is the basis of the recently released film “The Walk,” which is directed by Robert Zemeckis and stars Joseph Gordon Levitt as a young Petit. World Trade Center Nyc, Trade Centre, Crime Of The Century, Time Stood Still, Philippe, 40 Years, New York City, Real Life, Cool Pictures

41 years ago today, a Frenchman walked a tightrope between the Twin Towers

Forty-one years ago this Friday, a 24-year-old Frenchman captivated the world when he walked across a high wire suspended between New York City's Twin Towers.

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Eva Hesse, Contingent Although Hesse's work was not ephemeral in the sense that sand sculpture is, for example, it was constructed from materials that have deteriorated rather quickly, posing a challenge for museums. Eva Hesse, Robert Morris, Paper Installation, Instalation Art, Textile Fiber Art, Great Artists, Action Painting, Sculpture Art, Paper Art


Crafting Human Perception is the result of a 3 months research process. During the production of the piece a number of experiments have been conducted to effectively design an interactive interface capable of stimulating intimate multi-sensory experiences. The research aimed to investigate the haptic and sonic qualities of designed textile manipulations, in order to differentiate those…

“ In Rope Piece,” (July 4 1983 to July Hsieh invited fellow performance artist Linda Montano to tie herself to Hsieh for one year. Art Editor, The Spectator, New York Art, Conceptual Art, Installation Art, Art Installations, Contemporary Artists, North America, Art Gallery

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WHEN Taiwan-born New York-based artist Tehching Hsieh was about 18, he encountered Albert Camuss essay The Myth of Sisyphus, and something stuck with him. It was rooted in my head, he says. I was aware of the absurdity of Sisyphuss burden. And his happiness.