标签为 “Performance” 的文章

  • A ‘Doctored’ Video of Trump’s Clash with CNN Reporter Goes …

    NEW! 2018.11.15 · 发表评论

    In Stephen Spielberg’s noir-sci-fi film Minority Report (2002), Tom Cruise plays a cop in the Washington DC police precrime division. Precrime, meaning, Cruise sees offences before they happen and rushes to stop the action prior to it taking place. The intel is received from three ‘precognitives’ – mutants who foresee the crimes – and their knowledge is transmitted to Cruise via a computer with a huge glass screen. Cruise’s performance involves his cop character conducting these images across this futuristic user interface, putting on special gloves that allow him to shift between images produced by the precogs, explore and zoom in on the background to see a mailbox, or a clock on the wall, and know the time and place where violence is about to happen. The images and short videos are grainy and poor, to communicate the fact that these are reflections of the future, but Cruise still gets to magnify them, or close in, and get all the information he needs. – 在斯蒂芬·斯皮尔伯格(Stephen Spielberg)的黑色科幻电影《少数族裔报告》(2002)中,汤姆·克鲁斯(Tom Cruise)在华盛顿警察局预犯罪分局扮演一名警察。先见之明,意味着,克鲁斯看到犯罪发生之前,并急于停止行动之前发生。英特尔是从三个“预知者”——预知犯罪的突变体——那里收到的,他们的知识通过一个带有巨大玻璃屏幕的计算机传送给克鲁斯。克鲁斯的表演包括他的警察角色在这个未来派的用户界面上处理这些图像,戴上特殊的手套,允许他在由预告片产生的图像之间切换,在背景中探索和放大以查看邮箱或墙上的时钟,并了解Tim。E和暴力即将发生的地方。这些图像和短片很粗糙,不足以说明这些是未来的反映,但是克鲁斯仍然可以放大它们,或者接近它们,并获得他所需要的所有信息。

  • The Best Shows to See in Dusseldorf – 杜塞尔多夫最好 …

    NEW! 2018.11.15 · 发表评论

    kvd18_um_diavolaki_2018.jpg Ulrike Müller, Diavolaki, 2018, monotype, 74 x 57 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Callicoon Fine Arts, New York – KVD18UMU-DIAVOLAKII2012.JPG

  • The Artificial Divide Between Fine Art and Textiles is a G …

    NEW! 2018.11.14 · 发表评论

    An imposing wooden structure bisected with lines of thread greets visitors head-on at the entrance of the current Anni Albers show at the Tate Modern. The contraption – a shaft countermarch loom – is echoed at the end of the exhibition, with a Structo Artcraft loom that was used by Albers herself. As the UK’s first major retrospective of Alber’s work, the galleries are filled with over 350 objects, ranging from her geometric wall hangings to textiles for interiors and architecture, her writing, and prints and drawings. Bookending the exhibition with the tools of her trade ensures the method of creation is kept at the very heart of the show: this is unapologetically about a textile artist.  – 在泰特现代美术馆举办的当前安妮·阿尔伯斯展览的入口处,一座雄伟的木结构被线条分割成两半,迎面迎接来访者。这个装置——轴式逆行织机——在展览结束时与阿尔伯斯自己使用的结构艺术织机相呼应。作为英国对艾伯作品的第一次主要回顾,画廊里摆满了350多件物品,从她的几何壁挂到室内和建筑用纺织品、她的写作、印刷品和绘画。用她所从事的行业的工具预订展览会确保了创作方法始终是展览的核心:这毫无疑问是关于一个纺织艺术家的。

  • 在芝加哥试图卖掉他的壁画后,Kerry James Marshall结束了他的 …

    2018.11.09 · 发表评论

    In further news: Italian government cracks down on art crime; and screening live arts performances fails to diversify audiences  – 另辟蹊径:意大利政府严厉打击艺术犯罪,现场放映艺术表演未能使观众多样化 

  • Do Museum Wall Labels Hide Artists’ Misogyny? Gauguin and …

    2018.11.08 · 发表评论

    Artist Michelle Hartney has created #MeToo-inspired wall labels to call out the abusive actions of art history’s icons – 艺术家Michelle Hartney创建了一个由Myoto启发的墙面标签,以唤起艺术史图标的辱骂行为。

  • Spells in the Present Tense and the Transformative Power o …

    2018.11.08 · 发表评论

    On Halloween, the cavernous tunnels of the Deadhouse, a winding crypt-like space in the underground depths of Somerset House thronged with those gathered to celebrate the launch of Ignota Press. The rough brick walls illuminated purple, atmospheric music from DJs Lia Mouse and TTB, and an intoxicating heady aroma of incense filled the corridors. Founded by Sarah Shin and Ben Vickers, Ignota derives its name from the mystic Hildegard of Bingen’s lingua ignota (unknown language), with the aim of defining it as one ‘that makes possible the reimagining and re-enchantment of the world around us’ through books and events that traverse poetry, technology, and speculative mysticism. Their inaugural publication is the anthology: Spells: 21st-Century Occult Poetry, edited by Shin with Rebecca Tamás, which brings together 36 rising and established voices across 160 pages to explore themes of ‘justice, selfhood, and the transformative power of the occult.’ – 在万圣节前夕,这座死房子的洞穴隧道,是塞默塞特住宅地下深处的一个蜿蜒的地下室,与聚集在一起庆祝伊格诺塔出版社的人们聚集在一起。粗糙的砖墙照亮了来自DJS LIa鼠标和TTB的紫色、大气音乐,充满了令人陶醉的香气。IGNOTA由Sarah Shin和Ben Vickers创立,源于宾根语言IGNOTA(神秘语言)的神秘希尔德加德,其目的是通过遍历诗人的书籍和事件来定义一个“使我们周围世界重新想象和重新魅惑”的“语言”。RY、技术和推测神秘主义。他们的首期出版物是《拼写:21世纪的神秘诗歌》,由Shin和RebeccaTams编辑,该书汇集了36位在160页上崛起和确立的声音,探讨了“正义、自我和神秘的变革力量”的主题。

  • Spells in the Present Tense – 现在时态的符咒

    2018.11.08 · 发表评论

    On Halloween, the cavernous tunnels of the Deadhouse, a winding crypt-like space in the underground depths of Somerset House thronged with those gathered to celebrate the launch of Ignota Press. The rough brick walls illuminated purple, atmospheric music from DJs Lia Mouse and TTB, and an intoxicating heady aroma of incense filled the corridors. Founded by Sarah Shin and Ben Vickers, Ignota derives its name from the mystic Hildegard of Bingen’s lingua ignota (unknown language), with the aim of defining it as one ‘that makes possible the reimagining and re-enchantment of the world around us’ through books and events that traverse poetry, technology, and speculative mysticism. Their inaugural publication is the anthology: Spells: 21st-Century Occult Poetry, edited by Shin with Rebecca Tamás, which brings together 36 rising and established voices across 160 pages to explore themes of ‘justice, selfhood, and the transformative power of the occult.’ – 在万圣节前夕,这座死房子的洞穴隧道,是塞默塞特住宅地下深处的一个蜿蜒的地下室,与聚集在一起庆祝伊格诺塔出版社的人们聚集在一起。粗糙的砖墙照亮了来自DJS LIa鼠标和TTB的紫色、大气音乐,充满了令人陶醉的香气。IGNOTA由Sarah Shin和Ben Vickers创立,源于宾根语言IGNOTA(神秘语言)的神秘希尔德加德,其目的是通过遍历诗人的书籍和事件来定义一个“使我们周围世界重新想象和重新魅惑”的“语言”。RY、技术和推测神秘主义。他们的首期出版物是《拼写:21世纪的神秘诗歌》,由Shin和RebeccaTams编辑,该书汇集了36位在160页上崛起和确立的声音,探讨了“正义、自我和神秘的变革力量”的主题。

  • Decolonial Documents: Part Three – 非殖民化文件:第 …

    2018.11.05 · 发表评论

    In the third of a series, timed with the specially-themed November-December issue of frieze, we asked five artists, curators and writers, whose work has been involved with the challenges of decolonizing culture, to discuss the projects that have informed their thinking – from exhibitions and publications to more intangible and transient networks, whose effects are often more felt than documented, though no less significant. – 在系列文章的第三期,以特别主题的11月至12月的弗里兹杂志为时间点,我们邀请了五位艺术家、策展人和作家,他们的作品涉及非殖民文化的挑战,来讨论从展览和公共场所了解他们思想的项目。更多的无形和瞬态网络,其效果往往比记录的感觉,虽然不那么重要。

  • Where Do We Go From Here: To The Horseman of the Sixties & …

    2018.11.02 · 发表评论

    Earlier this year, Gayatri Spivak signed my copy of Breast Stories (1997), one of her English translations of Mahasweta Devi, with the inscription: ‘To the Horseman of the Sixties’. This made me time-travel back to 1966 and my first visit to the US. I was a postgraduate student at the University of Leeds and in the middle of my third novel, A Grain of Wheat (1967), but here I was, a regional guest of honour from Africa, at PEN International. The playwright Arthur Miller was president and the theme of the conference was the writer as an independent spirit. The idea was to bridge the cold war divide, and writers from the Eastern bloc were allowed into the country despite their communist connections. The large contingent of Latin American writers included Carlos Fuentes, Pablo Neruda and Mario Vargas Llosa. – 今年早些时候,Gayatri Spivak在我的《乳房故事》(1997)上签了字:“献给六十年代的骑士”。这使我的时间旅行回到1966和我第一次访问美国。我是利兹大学的研究生,在我的第三部小说《一粒小麦》(1967)的中途,但在这里,我是来自非洲的PEN国际的荣誉嘉宾。剧作家阿瑟·米勒是总统,会议的主题是作家作为一个独立的精神。这个想法是为了弥合冷战的分歧,尽管东欧作家与共产党有联系,但他们还是被允许进入这个国家。拉丁美洲作家队伍包括卡洛斯·富恩特斯、巴勃罗·聂鲁达和马里奥·巴尔加斯·略萨。