SYMPOSIUM AFTERNOONS + PERFORMANCE EVENINGS
Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26
INCIDENT is a quarterly published arts journal and daily website that is a platform for the international performance community to discuss the art form. We are focused on the exploration and documentation of performance art. The journal centers on developing an ongoing dialogue between artists on the vocabulary, form, social roles, and historical significance of performance as an artistic medium.
founded january 2014
SYMPOSIUM Introduced by Esther Neff
Esther Neff is a performance artist, writer, organizer, visual artist, curator, etc Esther is also the founder and co-director of PPL with Brian McCorkle.
Friday, April 25
6:00 – 8:00 pm ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: Performance Art Criticism
Saturday, April 26
4:00 – 6:00 pm ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: Performance Art Documentation
Panoply Performance Lab:
PERFORMANCES Curated by Eames Armstrong [Washington, DC]
Eames Armstrong is a Performance Artist, Curator, and Editor of PERIOD: Documenting fleeting forms in DC. Performance art, experiments, news & reviews.
Friday, April 25
9:00–11:00 pm PERFORMANCES:
KUNJ, ZIAD NAGY, MONICA BOSE, EAMES ARMSTRONG
Saturday, April 26
9:00 - 11:00 pm PERFORMANCES:
SANDRINE SCHAEFER, IGOR RODRIGUEZ, NATALIA PANFILE, ROBERT CURRING
ABOUT RECORD + GHOST'S
PANELS CURATED by ESTHER NEFF
PERFORMANCES CURATED by EAMES ARMSTRONG and ESTHER NEFF
Record & Ghost takes INCIDENT Magazine as a framework for two nights of performances, addressing the role of document, archive, constructions, and remnants in performance itself and long after the fact.
Performances deal individually with the unfixed relationship of now and later, for every subjectivity a new field of questions. Writing about performance can be a reproduction of an original, writing about performance can be a creative performative act, writing about performance can be a practice of being present, writing about performance can be–Record & Ghost. Considering ghost as that which is present and perhaps implicit or ignored–the camera or the history, the ache or the absence. The ghost lingers, it fades or multiplies. The ghosts of those present when we were not, my ghost here when you are gone. Ghost the spectre and ghost the spectator. "Ghost," coupled with the double meaning of record. "Record" as noun and record as verb, always active. Each performance we see is transcribed in our memories, whether forgotten or intensely present. As witnesses, we are recording, we are records. When we transcribe performance, translate it to text, what happens?
Celebrating the launch of
The Most Important Magazine of the 21st Century
INCIDENT is a quarterly published arts journal and daily website for the discussion and exploration of performance art through writing and documentation. The journal is focused on developing a healthy and sustainable platform for performance art through an ongoing dialogue on the vocabulary, form, social roles, and historical significance of performance as a discipline and artistic medium. Join us for our launch party on Thursday, April 24th. There will be free cocktails, presentations by INCIDENT's editors, and a special participatory performance to kick off the Creative Summit on Performance and Writing and Record & Ghost. (http://incidentmag.com/) INCIDENT is David LaGaccia, Esther Neff, Laura Blüer, Jill McDermid, Rocio Boliver, Eric Letourneau, Olivia Gagnon, Elizabeth Lamb + YOU
View First Online Launch of INCIDENT Magazine: www.incidentmag.com
ABOUT GRACE EXHIBITION SPACE
182 AVENUE C NEW YORK, NY 10009
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Grace, n. - simple elegance or refinement of movement
Grace Period - an extended period granted as a special favor
The Three Graces (Greek Mythology) - charm, grace, and beauty
Opened in 2006, Grace Exhibition Space is devoted exclusively to Performance Art. We offer an opportunity to experience visceral and challenging works by the current generation of international performance artists whether emerging, mid-career or established. Our events are presented on the floor, not on a stage, dissolving the boundary between artist and viewer. This is how performance art is meant to be experienced and our mission is the glorification of performance art.
Grace Exhibition Space presents over 30 curated live performance art exhibitions each year, showcasing new work by more than 400 performance artists from across the United States and the world since 2006.
Grace Exhibition Space for International Performance Art Space IRS tax-exempt 501(c)3 status in 2015.
Grace Exhibition Space follows the We Have a Voice Collectives Code of Conduct to Promote Safe(r) Workplaces in the Performing Arts For more information and resources, visit: www.wehavevoice.org