readall = 547 Essay Fred Moten and Wu Tsang Gravitational Feel Introduction to Gravitational Feel ‘Gravitational Feel’ is a sculpture-performance by Fred Moten and Wu Tsang, who together cohabit the roles of poet and performance artist. Read more.. readall = 547 Online performance Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa Requiem for Mirrors and Tigers Illusion of Matter Ramírez-Figueroa presented the first in a cycle of new performances, which attempt to exhaust his interest in the Guatemalan Civil War as a recurring subject of his work. Read more.. readall = 547 Project The Book to Come Introduction Based on five books by Marcel Broodthaers, ‘The Book to Come’ aims to explore the book as a living entity. The project is developed by Bulegoa z/b i.c.w. Filiep Tacq. Read more.. readall = 547 Introduction Corpus About Corpus Corpus is a collaborative network for commissioning and presenting new performance work in a visual art context. Read more.. readall = 547 Workshop CAConrad Mapping Dimension 27 Mapping Dimension 27 at KW Institute for Contemporary Art Saturday 23–Sunday 24 September 2017, 12-4pm. Read more.. readall = 547 Performance Ieva Misevičiūtė Tongue PhD Tongue PhD at CAC Vilnius ‘Tongue PhD’ by Ieva Misevičiūtė is an eclectic stage performance structured in the format of a PhD dissertation. Read more.. readall = 547 Online performance Mary Reid Kelley This Is Offal This Is Offal at Tate Modern Live streamed from Tate Modern at Thursday 19 November 2015, Mary Reid Kelley presented a work inspired by Thomas Hood’s 1844 poem ‘The Bridge of Sighs’. Read more.. readall = 547 Publication Fred Moten and Wu Tsang Gravitational Feel Who touched me? – publication ‘Who touched me?’ is a compilation of research by Fred Moten and Wu Tsang. The publication traces the development of their sculptural performance ‘Gravitational Feel’. Read more.. readall = 547 Essay Corpus Rethinking the Institutional Body and its Movement Published in: ‘ How to Frame. On the Threshold of Performing and Visual Arts’, July 2016. Read more..