Inspirations and Considerations

Documentary  

Marina Abramovic Interview

http://www.moma.org/explore/inside_out/2010/04/13/marina-abramovic-what-is-performance

Marina Abramović: Live at MoMA

ALTERED STATES: Art of Zhang Huan 张洹

http://youtu.be/szyZXfq8Z7A

Chance Conversations: An Interview with Merce Cunningham and John

http://youtu.be/ZNGpjXZovgk

Notation

http://www.moma.org/explore/inside_out/2012/12/21/exhibiting-fluxus-keeping-score-in-tokyo-1955-1970-a-new-avant-garde

Historical

Ubu Roi – Jean-Christophe Averty (1965)

Eighteen Seconds, a screenplay by Antonin Artaud

Performance Art

Rebecca Horn Performance II

DUCHAMP – performance by Burmese artist Htein Lin

Jason Lim: “Duet (Light)” | VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK 2012

Joseph Ravens “Ravenous” | VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE

Rebecca Horn / Cutting Hair & Oasis

archivioARB – Yves klein 1960 – antropometrie

Marina Abramović – How we in the Balkans kill rats

Fluxus

Dick Higgins – FLUXUS

George Maciunas – Fluxus 1000 frames (1960)

Video

Acceptance, 2008, Bill Viola

Sound

John Cage – 4’33” by David Tudor

John Cage – Water Walk

Annea Lockwood – Burning a Piano

Sonic Youth playing Piano #13 (George Maciunas)

David Byrne

With Technology 

MIRAGE – Performance Art with Substitutional Reality system

Sound and Body

Alvin Lucier – “Music For Solo Performer” (1965)

INSIDE-OUT, a sound art performance by Andre Borges

Not really Performance Art, but some interesting inspirations

Butoh

GeoSomatics at Seattle Butoh Festival

Projection Mapping

Projection mapping live performance art – The Alchemy of Light by a dan

LCI – 3D Video Projection Mapping on Mannequin Michael

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