Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Esteban del Valle – The End is Near
2. NADIA VADORI-GAUTHIER: Une minute de danse par jour – September 2020.
BSA Special Feature: Esteban del Valle
An excerpt from Esteban del Valle’s artist talk for The Fine Arts Work Center Summer 2020 Virtual Event, where he discussed his work in an upcoming solo exhibition “The End is Near” at Albert Merola Gallery Sept 4 – 24, 2020.
Une Minue de Danse in 2020
LET’S DANCE! Your interpretation is welcomed.
It’s good to see that Nadia Vadori-Gauthier is still innovating on the street. BSA has featured her work many times in the last half-decade, and we admire her tenacity. With more than 2066 daily dances, the French performer has been dancing every day for at least one minute since January 14, 2015.
She often stages her performances in Paris in public spaces. Before Covid-19 she had the freedom to interact with the public and immerse herself within the context of the public space. Below we share with you some of her most recent performances.
NADIA VADORI-GAUTHIER: Une minute de danse par jour / September 7 2020.
NADIA VADORI-GAUTHIER: Une minute de danse par jour / September 3 2020.
NADIA VADORI-GAUTHIER: Une minute de danse par jour / August 23 2020.
NADIA VADORI-GAUTHIER: Une minute de danse par jour / July 3 2020
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