Expanding notions of performing objects and performing for the camera, and the Japanese post-war art collective Gutai’s practice of performance art, this three-day workshop Choreographing your webcam invites performance, dance and visual art makers to test possibilities of webcam and screen performance in the context of digital culture. The workshop consists of three sessions including lecture, discussion, and practice. Get your laptop and let’s play.
River Lin is a Paris-based Taiwanese artist working across the contexts of visual art, performance, and dance. Through staging situations, choreography, and participation in gallery settings, River examines notions of historical representation, queer culture, and expanded choreography. His work has been presented by the Centre Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo, Centre National de la Danse (Paris), ANTI Contemporary Art Festival (Kuopio), KANAL Centre Pompidou (Brussels), M+ Museum (Hong Kong), Rockbund Art Museum (Shanghai), Liveworks Festival (Sydney) and 2016 Taipei Biennial among others.
Three modules of 2 hours each
Please register for the free workshop on zoom at email@example.com.
The event will take place via Zoom. The link will be announced after registration via Mail.