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Somebody Please Explain What “Post-modernism” Is: Interview with Gretchen Holmes

“There’s now a disconnect between the way things appear to be and the way things really are.” –Gretchen Holmes

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Re-Examining Feminist Performance

Critic and performance artist Gretchen Holmes takes a look back at feminist performance art, and a look forward to where it’s going.

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Sign of the Times at Monique Meloche

Gretchen Holmes visits Monique Meloche and gives us her perspective on the state of political art.

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Theatre vs. Performance Art vs. Fringe Theatre

How do you define performance art versus theatre?

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Feminist Post Follow-Up

Readers highlighted the nuances and complexities of feminism’s role in the art world, questioning whether or not women’s galleries remain relevant and important in 2010.

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Politics is Like Trying to Screw a Cat in the Ass

Political art is at its best when it’s art first and foremost, and only incidentally a work of politics.

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Stan Shellabarger and Dutes Miller’s Untitled Performance (Pink Tube) 

Stan Shellabarger and Dutes Miller sit at opposite ends of an increasingly massive needlecraft

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Links Hall Celebrates its 30th Anniversary with 30 Continuous Hours of Performance Art

by Gretchen Holmes This weekend, Links Hall will commemorate its 30th birthday with 30 hours of performance art, beginning at 6:30 tonight and concluding on Saturday at midnight.  That’s 30 non-stop hours of dance, film, music, cabaret entertainment, and more, including—for revelers concerned about personal hygiene—a gong bath.  A $30 festival pass includes admission to […]