Posts Tagged “performance art”

Field Of Disappointments / Shame On My Hands

11.26.2013  |  By
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Well my fair faggots,
Here’s the last installment of my record, Cosmic Surgery. I hope when you are sitting around your Thanksgiving table this week you remember to give thanks to Dynasty Handbag’s childhood traumas for making your life so much better by the gift of music and laughter that she has blessed you with. Then say just kidding! Then go throw up all the guilty meat-eating you just did. Stay skinny!

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Never Enough of Anything!

11.20.2013  |  By
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Whn ws chld w ddnt hv ngh fd. thrr ws lwys hngr.

Nw m ldr nd stll thnk thr s nt gng t b ngh, nt ngh fd, lv, mny, tm, spc. Mst lt g tht tht pttrn.

Ts f n se nw. Thr s ngh fr vryn. Ngh sn.

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Remote Penetration / Stain of History

11.14.2013  |  By
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This is a story about a man who goes to work every day as a drone operator. When he is done with his shift, he goes home to his wife and children and has dinner. His waves of violence penetrate the family unit. His destruction is felt for miles and miles, at the dinner table and in places far away that he will be forever linked to in the minds and hearts of those he hurts. His children feel the vibrations. They know. But they are also his children, so there is heroism involved and desire to be loved. The drone operator is also lonely, because h... More

Mother’s Day

11.12.2013  |  By
Filed under: Projects/Series

Hey adoring fans!

Wow, thanks for the 0.00 dollars donated to my PayPal account for the genius recording I posted on Bandcamp for free! So glad I chose this pious life of artistic whoring. I am SURE I could make more sucking “cock” — is it still called that? — more than $9.99 (CD price). Hmmm. I will think on that.

Never mind, I care not. I am too busy blogging to care about money! Anyways it’s Mother’s Day over here at DH headquarters, and I wanted to share with you all two songs from my record that I wrote — ins... More

On the Contemporary: Jay-Z’s “Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film”

10.14.2013  |  By
Filed under: Projects/Series

Jay-Z’s most recent album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, was released on Independence Day of this year.  As an artist, Jay has always been obsessed with numbers and dates, and the timing of this release was not insignificant.  I surmise Jay’s suggestion to be that Magna Carta is of the historical significance of that critical compact between the ki... More

George Bolling: Invisible is the Medium

03.29.2013  |  By
Filed under: Back Page, Conversations

Watching the mesmerizing coverage of the Mars Rover landing this summer, I was reminded of video artist George Bolling’s 1974 pioneering, real-time broadcast event Jupiter Flyby which attracted over 25,000 visitors to the Exploratorium in San Francisco between November 26 and December 2 of that year. During the event, Bolling was stationed at NAS... More

Terry Fox: Timbre

03.13.2013  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd

Thirty seven years ago on March 13, 1976, the then-San Francisco artist Terry Fox (1943–2008) performed Timbre for an audience at the Mountain Theatre at Mount Tamalpais. Fox’s text below on his SFMOMA offsite performance was originally published by the nonprofit La Mamelle (1975–1995) and illustrated with photo documentation by Tom Mario... More

Receipt of Delivery: Art in Space Launch ’84

12.29.2012  |  By

Receipt of Delivery is a weekly series featuring Bay Area exhibition mailers selected from the SFMOMA Research Library’s collection of artists’ ephemera.

“Through the miracle of science, the Art in Space Center has built a state-of-the-art rocket containing all the vital technology for a successful liftoff into the outer limits of our galaxy.... More

Receipt of Delivery: Ellen Zweig’s She Travelled for the Landscape (Giant Camera)

12.15.2012  |  By

Receipt of Delivery is a weekly series featuring Bay Area exhibition mailers selected from the SFMOMA Research Library’s collection of artists’ ephemera.

“This piece was a long time ago, but was at a special time for me, a good time for my work. San Francisco was the breeding ground, the creative space, in which I could dream of Victorian lad... More

1001 Words: 10.02.09

10.02.2009  |  By
Filed under: Field Notes

*an ongoing series of individual images presented for speculation and scrutiny, with only tags at the bottom to give context. Because sometimes words are never enough…

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