Watch our interview with artist Gisela Hochuli about her performance In Strange Hands II.
https://vimeo.com/732349865 On May 24, 2022, Hanna Hölling and Jules Pelta Feldman presented the keynote lecture for the "Neue Schule" webinar of Something Great, an innovative Berlin-based performance collection that is rethinking what it means to create, acquire, and continue live performance art. Their talk was followed by a conversation between Mariama Diagne (Post Doctoral Researcher, …
Join the team of our sister project, "Activating Fluxus."
Recently, Jules Pelta Feldman, postdoctoral fellow for "Performance: Conservation, Materiality, Knowledge," was invited to appear on Radio X for a discussion about performance art with artist and curator Chris Regn, Sandro Lunin, outgoing director of Basel's Kaserne and organizer of many theater festivals, and moderator Danielle Bürgin of Radio X. The conversation, which was part …
The SNSF research project "Activating Fluxus," which is also hosted by Bern Academy of the Arts and lead by our own project lead Hanna Hölling, welcomes Fluxus scholar Natilee Herren for a discussion of her book Fluxus Forms: Scores, Multiples, and the Eternal Network (University of Chicago Press, 2020).
Join us for a talk by Dr. Anna Schäffler, who will discuss her research on cooperative forms of preservation in connection with the work of German conceptual artist Anna Oppermann.
Join us and a variety of artists and experts for our second annual colloquium on Friday, September 30.
A recent performance by Geneva performance artist Davide-Christelle Sanvee at the Museum Tinguely demonstrates that performance itself is a tool for conserving performance art's history – and for reinterpreting it.
When Kim Kardashian wore a spectacular dress originally made for Marilyn Monroe to the iconic annual gala of the Metropolitan Museum's costume institute, textile conservators expressed outrage. But how might we interpret this bold act from the perspective of performance conservation?
Join on June 10 at the Museum Tinguely in Basel for presentations from each of the four members of Performance: Conservation, Materiality, Knowledge.