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100 Cheers

Who// Chim↑Pom

Where// National Museum of Modern Art: Tokyo.

What// Two channel video: One hundred *KI-AI: The art collective travelled to Soma City in Fukushima post the 2011 tsunami: forming a circle the participants took turns to scream ad-lib slogans and non-sequiturs

What What// I like the camaraderie and positivity energy of the collective action in response to a grave situation.

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More//Link to video

* KI-AI is martial arts term describing a way to collect and direct one’s inner energy through exhalation or vocalisation before attacking.

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Guinness World Record Attempt: Longest D.J Marathon

Who// D.A.N.C.E art club: Distinguished All Night Community Entertainers

Where// USTREAM

What// Live stream of the artist collective trying to get into the Guinness Book of Records.

What What// I like that I can share this with you, now.

More// http://danceartclub.co.nz/

 

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HOOPS sound test in South Car Park, University of Melbourne

Who// Bianca Hester

Where// National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

What// Multiple channel video installation: metal hoops

What What// I like the indexical nature of the sound

More// www.biancahester.net

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Joan Jonas

Joan Jonas to Represent United States at 2015 Venice Biennale

“Joan Jonas, a pioneering figure in performance and video art, has been chosen to represent the United States at the 2015 Venice Biennale.

Ms. Jonas, 78, was selected by the State Department’s bureau of educational and cultural affairs, which promotes cultural exchanges worldwide. Paul C. Ha, the director of the M.I.T. List Visual Arts Center in Cambridge, Mass., proposed Ms. Jonas and will be commissioner of the exhibition. He will organize it together with Ute Meta Bauer, the director of the Center for Contemporary Art at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

“Joan has been a visionary for such a long time,’’ Mr. Ha said in a telephone interview. “Yet she hasn’t had much exposure in Venice.’’ And although she is a born and bred New Yorker, Ms. Jonas is better known in Europe than she is here. more

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