Listen to the (segmented) five-hour long group crit of Noe Gaytan, Mitchell Klein, and Melissa Meldanado’s exhibited works in The Natural Number After 8 Preceding Ten as well as Kelly Mayfield’s I Just Don’t Think About It. David Familion, the Artistic Director of the Beall Center of Art + Technology and Professor at the UC [...]
Listen to the critique of Noe Gaytan's performative text.
Human Resources, Los Angeles presents My body lies over the Ocean. My body lies over the sea. a one night performance event featuring the work of Alexis Disselkoen and Tessa Kurszewski, Billy Kheel, Paul Pescador, and Nancy Popp. My body lies over the Ocean. My body lies over the sea. focuses on site-specific situational and interactive performances. The event examines the role of the body as vehicle for physical production. Whether it is through the excursion of endurance or the transference of physicality to material form, each performer examines the role of the body as a vessel in which performance disseminates.
Our last exhibition of 2010, Dilapidated Beings features student works by Vida Liu, Melissa Maldonado, Alfred Urango, and Grace Wong.
Catalyst show of members.