Live Art Therapy | An Exploration of Fear | An Exploration of Exclusion
Live Art Therapy is a durational, interactive installation which asks if we can find an answer to the question, ‘what is live art?’.
Participants are invited to view materials, contribute to discussion and to create for camera their own stills and write description for work they might make and call ‘live art’.
Live Art Therapy becomes a show all of its own in which it becomes less clear who is artist; an effort to make Live Art the sort of work anyone can feel part of.
‘The Meloncholy of Van Gogh in the Shadow of Gauguin’s Nosferatu’
Performance created and documented by audience participants
A performance work looking at the little known episode of how Van Gogh lost his ear whilst working under the vampiric Gauguin.
A meditation on the fall out between two well known impressionist painters.