Sanded Steps, Standing Over Stones - 300-Word Statement
datasetposted on 28.03.2021, 12:35 by Robert Luzar
Sanded Steps, Standing Over Stones is a live art work that rethinks ‘trace’ and ‘event’ in historical––and ongoing aporetic––situations that become self-effacing and unhappening. It uses self-effacing gestures such as the sweeping of sand, and audience participation in enunciating found-words from texts and slogans, to trace cultural revolutions and social demonstrations from May ’68 to Occupy––and asks whether such events insist or desist in happening today.
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