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Demonstrations - Live Performances

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posted on 26.03.2021, 09:08 by Robert Luzar
Demonstrations is a set of works that combines thirteen online videos, specifically on YouTube, with video documentation of twelve live-art performances that ‘un-work’ the original thirteen online videos. The demonstrations research different kinds of ‘trace’ through combined methods that use body (subjective, communal), DIY performance, scores, video documentation, participation and event; they invoke audiences to do (or try) incomplete works that, inherently, seem un-working, mundane, politically ambiguous, and thus ‘inoperative’.

This item contains 11 recordings of live performances of the original 13 Demonstrations.

1. Demonstration 1, performed live at University of Wolverhampton, UK, on 18 March 2018
2. Demonstration 2, performed live at 44AD, Bath, UK, on 6 September 2017
3. Demonstration 5, performed live at Squash & Stretch event by LAPER, at Modern Art Oxford, UK, on 21 November 2018. The event was curated by Dr Veronica Cordova de la Rosa and supported by Oxford Brookes University.
4. Demonstration 5, performed live at the exhibition Live, at Walcot Chapel/Fringe Arts Bath, UK, 2 June 2018
5. Demonstration 7, performed live at the festival LAPER, Squash & Stretch, Oxford, UK, 8 May 2018. The event was curated by Dr Veronica Cordova de la Rosa and supported by Oxford Brookes University.
6. Demonstration 7, performed live at the exhibition Restless Linings, Acts / Re-Acts 5, Wimbledon Space, UK, 1 March 2018.
7. Demonstration 7, performed at the exhibition Restless Linings, Kosar Contemporary, UK, 20 November 2019
8. Demonstration 9, performed live the festival Zhuangzi & The Butterfly, Tel Aviv University and Confucius Institute, Israel, 14 May 2018
9. Demonstration 12, performed live at Roja Art Lab, Latvia, 1 July 2019
10. Demonstration 12, performed at the exhibition Restless Linings, Kosar Contemporary, UK, 12 November 2019
11. Demonstration 13, performed live at Roja Art Lab, Latvia, 1 July 2019

The videos can also be viewed on Luzar's Youtube channel via this link.

Videos courtesy of Robert Luzar and Dean Kelland. Used with permission.

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