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Red Rover - Live Performance and Performance as Political Assembly Artistic Research and Development Workshop

Artwork
Authors Mary Coble
Published in Performance as Political Assembly Artistic Research and Development Workshop was developed at KODE - Art Museums of Bergen and Bergen Academy of Art and Design , Norway Red Rover - The live public performance debuted as part of Voices/Stemmer Intern ational Performance Weekend; KODE - Art Museums of Bergen, KODE 1 /Byparken; Bergen, Norway
Publication year 2017
Published at Valand Academy
Language en
Keywords Art and Activism, Artistic Research, Endurance Performance, Gender, H ypermasculinity, Performance Art, Performativity, Play, Political, Protest, Activism, Visual Activism
Subject categories Arts

Abstract

Over a five-day artistic research and development workshop-Performance as Political Assembly-Coble and eight other international artists collaborated to create and perform the live work Red Rover, queering the children’s schoolyard game of the same name. This was done in response to a commission by KODE-Art Museums of Bergen’s inquiry on free elections and the 2017 parliamentary elections in Norway. The live work debuted as part of Voices/Stemmer-International Performance Weekend the day before the elections.

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