Making Performance Art
John G. Boehme's "Making Performance Art" will integrate approximately 100 distinct performance art conventions at locations throughout the city and at Neutral Ground's gallery space.
This project will be carried out with a broad call for community participation in various locations inside the gallery and throughout the urban spaces of Regina's downtown.
SCHEDULE of PERFORMANCE ACTIONS:
Wednesday May 30th:
Photo Performance Service
Location: Remote Rural Setting -
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Time: 12 - 5pm
Performance as Lecture
Thursday May 31st:
Call & Response Durational Cadence
Location: Hamilton St - Service Canada & RBC
Time: 12 - 5pm
Cabaret/Open Mike Performance Night
Location: – TBA
Time: 8:30 - 10:30 pm
*Call for participation from Sound/Noise spoken word/cabaret/monologists artists*
Friday June 1st:
Performance as Leisure & Live Spa Treatment
Location: Neutral Ground Gallery
9 & Dine: (9 holes of golf in the urban environment followed by dinner)
Location: Downtown Regina
Time: 5:07 Tee off
Saturday June 2nd:
PERFORMANCE ART OPEN
Location: Victoria Park Cenotaph
*Open Call for Participation/Performance Actions*
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Gallery Performance Actions & Closing Reception
Location: Neutral Ground Gallery.
Time: 8-9pm - Reception to Follow
MAKING PERFORMANCE ART:
With a knowing nod to the history and clichés of performance art, Boehme examines performance as relic, lecture, work, observation, language, and sign system. Boehme's work humorously inquires into the history and continuation of performance art practices, within which he has worked for several decades. This work will articulate a functional vocabulary for Performance Art, giving audiences a framework for further discourse.
Weaned in the Windansea of La Jolla, California a product of boarding schools and graduating from Army and Navy Academy. John G. Boehme's early art practice included painting, sculpture, performance, video and digital technology, installation and photography. Boehme describes recent work as "trans-disciplinary" often employing performance, video, audio and objects in a number pieces simultaneously, Boehme is not constrained to any particular creative mode and therefore utilizes integrated approaches to realize the work. John continues to have exhibitions, screenings and participate in festivals across Canada, the Americas, Australia, United Kingdom, Europe and China. John is a continuing faculty in the Visual Arts Department at Camosun College in Victoria, BC.
John G. Boehme