Our curatorial projects and programmes are all designed strategically, responding to the challenges of contemporary society by promoting ground-breaking artists and works, and developing new contexts, dialogues, and audiences.
Rubiane Maia’s 200 Questions about Care were developed out of her research as part of the six-month residency Reimagining Care.Read more
‘It’s not the checkbox of diversity that feels good about this event; it is how diversity is facilitating me to understand and think about things in a way that I hadn’t before. Isn’t that what art is supposed to be about, after all?’
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Live Art is a cultural strategy to make space for experimental processes, experiential practices, and the bodies and identities that might otherwise be excluded from traditional contexts.
Rather than a description of an artform or discipline, Live Art is a way of thinking about what art is, what it can do, and where and how it can be experienced. Some may experience Live Art in a gallery, others in a theatre, and others still in forests or town squares, or as a process in which they are involved.
What is live art?
If you want to know what the mainstream will be up to in ten years’ time, just look at what Live Art is doing now.
Banner image credit: Dickie Beau, image by Christa Holka