I'm currently researching 'online performance art' and would like to get in touch with people here from the network who's working with online performaces and interventions on the internet. Please send me a message if you have an interesting project!

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Comment by Toni Sant on March 31, 2012 at 11:00am

You'd probably be interested in my book - Franklin Furnace and the Spirit of the Avant-Garde: A History of the Future. http://www.tonisant.com/ff/

Comment by Thomas Körtvélyessy on July 18, 2011 at 12:51pm

hi Tina,

I have been participating in a performance series that combines the web with live performances, connecting so far the city of Rotterdam with New York and Porto,  Portugal. The series is a part of www.skytime.org a project started in 1996 by the American veteran intermedia artist & co-founder of the Judson Dance Theater & the Experimental Intermedia Foundation, Elaine Summers.
Pauline Oliveros, Ione, Kiori Kawai, Adolfo Estrada Vargas, Geoffrey Hendricks, Jason Kao Hwang, and Taketo Shimada have been collaborating artists so far.
The project started as an intermedia-dance in 1982 and is continued until today. http://skytime.org/skytime_history.html

You can also find more material online at the Dutch blog http://hemellopers.blogspot.com

If this is of interest to you feel free to let me know.


Cordial greetings,



Comment by Marc Kirschner on July 11, 2011 at 4:48pm
My company does digital distribution, and recently released the first ever dance performances on iTunes in the US, UK and Canada. Is this the kind of thing you're looking for?
Comment by Inger Hatlen on July 11, 2011 at 4:17pm

Tina, I'm not sure what you mean by "interventions", but our company is doing a three part performance in September called Extremely Public Displays of Privacy. It's the second part in a trilogy of pieces we are working on, the first of which was called FATEBOOK and premiered in 2009. www.fatebooktheshow.com. The piece takes place in three acts: online, in a guided walking tour through Philadelphia, and in a live performance space. I'd be happy to talk to your more about this work. Trailer and some details are here: http://extremelypublicdisplays.com, and http://ticketing.theatrealliance.org/sites/livearts/details.aspx?id...


We're also launching an online platform for aesthetic conversation, to be launched to the public in mid-August. Fictional "Specialists" post and the public responds or lurks. It's called FRAME and I can send you an invite when it's ready.


Inger Hatlen

New Paradise Laboratories

Philadelphia, PA

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