performance art

Arts and Humanities
4:44 pm
Mon November 4, 2013

21C Hosts Lydia Lunch Performance on Violence, Loss

Lydia Lunch performing "Dust and Shadows."
Credit Courtesy of Lydia Lunch

No-Wave pioneer and performance artist Lydia Lunch has collaborated with filmmaker Elise Passavant to create a texturally-rich live performance of what they call a “psycho-ambient soundscape.” The artists will perform “Dust and Shadows” Wednesday at 21C Museum Hotel (7 p.m., free).

“Dust and Shadows” layers Lunch’s lyric poetry and narration over music and Passavant’s images of ghost towns destroyed in the Spanish Civil War – a conflict that has largely faded into an historical and literary footnote for most Americans.

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Arts and Humanities
4:00 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

Baby Horse Blurs Line Between Performance Art and Theater

Jon Becraft, Danielle Burns and Kelli Fitzgibbons in "Biography of Physical Sensation."
Baby Horse Theatre Group

Baby Horse Theatre Group, a new Louisville company, blurs the line between drama and performance art with its first experimental show. Devised from extensive interviews with one ordinary subject, “Biography of  Physical Sensation” tells the story of one woman’s life through her memories.

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