Performance artist Alison Knowles will stage her landmark Fluxus score Make a Salad at the High Line on April 22 to commemorate Earth Day.
First staged in Baltimore, in 1962, Make a Salad was a famous score in which Ms. Knowles did just what the title dictated, and in large quantities, for her audience. Since then it’s been repeated in other venues, usually for art historical purposes, notably at the Tate Modern in 2008. Read More
“What if art is the natural condition of [man], and everything else has gotten in its way?” asked multimedia artist and poet George Quasha near the close of a panel discussion on Tuesday night at SoHo nonprofit Location One. He was joking, but the laughter in the modestly sized audience seemed to be a collective acknowledgement of an “ah-ha” moment. Read More