NeXus performance at Art Basel Miami

NeXus
Transcontinental Performance Art Platform

ARTerial Performance Lab (APLAB) in collaboration with PerForMIA and hosted by Edge Zones Project presents the Transcontinental Performance Art Platform, NeXus during MIAMI ART WEEK 2017.

Saturday, Dec. 9th, 8:00-11:00 pm, EDGE ZONES ART GALLERY, Miami

Sunday, Dec, 10th, 3:00-6:00 pm, LUMMUS PARK, South Beach

Photo: Elisa Osborne and Yidan Zeng.

December 2, 2017 (Miami, USA) — NeXus, a new Transcontinental Performance Art Platform, an initiative curated by interdisciplinary artist, and cultural entrepreneur, Hector Canonge, will premiere in the United States during Miami Art Week. Hosted by Edge Zones Art Gallery, Miami’s leading performance art venue, and PerForMIA, created and directed by Charo Oquet, NeXus will present new performances by local, national, and international artists selected from a world-wide open call.

For its first edition, NeXus curatorial theme explores and treat notions of human (dis)connections, personal binds, social (re)attachments, misplaced identities, and focal (dis)placements. As a new initiative, NeXus will bring diverse manifestations of performance art where the body is at the center of artistic expression, corporeal examination, and challenging execution.

Participating Artists:

Rachelle Beaudoin (United States), Uta Brauser (Germany) with Florence Benichou (France), Thomas Bell (United States), Soojin Chang (South Korea), Alexandra Holownia (Poland), Riccardo Matlakas (Italy), Elisa Osborne (Venezuela) with Yidan Zeng (China), Veronica Peña (Spain), and Cynthia Post Hunt (United States).

Performances:

Saturday, December 9th, 8:00-11:00 pm (Doors open at 7:00 pm)

EDGE ZONES ART GALLERY

3317 NW 7th Ave. Circle, Miami, FL 33127

Public Interventions:

Sunday, December 10th, 3:00-6:00 pm

LUMMUS PARK

Entrance of 14th Street, South Beach, Miami

Select Fair Art Basel Miami

Select Fair Art Basel Miami

with the Con Artist collective, Catalina Hotel Room 104

my pieces with the Con Artist Collective:

The Collective had 42 artists crammed into a room with paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures, video work and textile pieces.