Posted on June 24, 2014
Christian Jankowski, Rooftop Routine, 2008. Courtesy of the artist.
In an article for the New York Times T Magazine, Katie Kitamura invited RoseLee Goldberg, founder of Performa and curator of Performance Now, to recall the most notable moments from Performa and to discuss the future of performance art.
“In this multitasking, multimedia world, performance allows for a lot of layering of ideas,” Goldberg said, referring to performances that incorporate various media, such as “True Love Is Yet to Come” by the artist Jesper Just, in which an older actor performed alongside a hologram of a younger man. “That’s why I believe performance is going to be so huge in the coming decades.”
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