Category Archives: Dance

Fritz Haeg

1. Do you now or have you ever considered yourself a performance artist? Sure! Plus anything else people might want to call me. If so, when did you begin to identify yourself as a performance artist? When I read it … Continue reading

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Giles Miller

1.  Do you now or have you ever considered yourself a performance artist? Only recently have I done a project that I considered “performance art.” It’s a project called “Hot Licks” in which I play saxophone over an audio collage … Continue reading

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Emily Mast

Emily Mast, Everything, Nothing, Something, Always (Walla!), 2009, performance (Roski Gallery, Los Angeles) photo: Mackenzie Hoffman 1. Do you consider yourself a performance artist? I don’t consider myself a performance artist per-say. I consider myself an artist who makes temporal … Continue reading

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Sonya Robbins

1. Do you consider yourself a performance artist? For the past few years I’ve cycled through a range of terminology. I used to refer to myself as a ‘choreographer’ which then evolved into a ‘movement artist’ and in the last … Continue reading

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