Art14 London Presents An Innovative Programme Of International Artists’ Performances




Art14 London, has announced thier Art14 Performances line-up for this year’s fair. It is a continuing platform for performance, curated by Amanprit Sandhu. This year’s programme is presented in partnership with the Zabludowicz Collection, and features artists who have worked with the Collection alongside artists represented by participating galleries at the Fair. Art14 London will present over 180 galleries from 42 different countries.
 
Taking place from Friday 28 February – Sunday 2 March, Art14 Performances will include work by 12 international artists, ranging from site-specific interventions, and actions, through to durational pieces shown in a dedicated performance space. The participating artists examine a range of formal and conceptual concerns within their practices through the framework of performance.
 
Full list of performances:

Leah Capaldi (UK), Hum | Nominated by Zabludowicz Collection | London

Yingmei Duan (China), Patience | Hanmi Gallery | London and Seoul

Doug Fishbone (USA), Hypno Project | Nominated by Zabludowicz Collection | London

Zidrija Janusaite (Lithuania), Life Consists of these Little Touches of Solitude | Meno Parkas | Kaunas, Lithuania

Kapwani Kiwanga (Canada), Afrogalactica: A Brief History of the Future | Tiwani Contemporary | London

Line Larsen (Norway), Untitled | Son Espace Gallery | Vestfossen and Palafrugell | Norway and Spain

Bruce McLean (UK), Untitled | Dark Matter Studio | London

David Sherry (UK), Time Based Sculptural performance Ready made at 4.15pm |

Patricia Fleming Projects | Glasgow

Emma Smith (UK), Change in Energy = the Work | Nominated by Zabludowicz Collection | London

Gary Stephens (USA), Braid Performance | Omenka Gallery | Lagos

Jack Tan (UK), Will You, Won’t You? | Nominated by Zabludowicz Collection | London

This is Tom Swift (UK), This is Tom Swift Painting | Bon Abattoir | London
 
Photo: L. Doug Fishbone, Elmina (2010), Still from film © D. Fishbone. Photo: Thierry Bal. R. Kapwani Kiwanga, Afrogalactica: A Brief History of the Future (2011) Performed Lecture in Berlin 2012. Photo: Kapwani Kiwanga
 


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