Live Culture

Live Culture at Tate Modern, London 27 - 30 March 2003

Live Culture was a four day programme at Tate Modern of live actions, durational performances, lectures, exhibitions of still and moving images, lectures and a symposium, Live Culture: Performance and the Contemporary. Together they explored the shifting nature of current practice in the 'live' in relation to both performance and the visual arts.


Live Actions 

Oleg Kulik, Armadillo for Your Show    27 March

Franko B, I Miss You !    30 March

Durational Performances

Forced Entertainment, 12am: Awake and Looking Down    28 March

Quizoola !    29 March

La Ribot, Panoramix    28,29,30 March

Guillermo Gomez-Pena,    Ex-Centris    28,29,30 March


Hayley Newman Connotations, Performance Images 1994-1998, Photographs

La Ribot, Purely Organic (2000), A Video Work, Video

Forced Entertainment and Hugo Glendinning, Various Times and Numerous Attitudes, Photographs and Video

Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Los Video-Grafitis, Video

Various Artists, Live Art Screenings, Video


RoseLee Goldberg, The View from Here    27 March

Yu Yeon Kim, Translated Acts    28 March

Marina Abramovic, Performing Body    29 March

Live Culture was a collaboration between The Live Art Development Agency and Tate Modern and was curated by Lois Keidan and Daniel Brine of LADA and Adrian Heathfield.

Live Culture was a supported by The Arts Council of England, The Felix Trust for Art and the Henry Moore Foundation. The Felix Trust for Art supported the live actions of Oleg Kulik and Franko B

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Copyright The Felix Trust for Art, 2004