Thursday, December 11, 2008


Entertainment & Arts - Books & Literature

The Performance Re-enactment Society
Is an occasional collective of artists, archivists and researchers, who use archival documents and audience’s memories to revive past art experiences and create them anew. Their collaborative performance re-enactments are acts of conservation and transform past works into new events.

Done any good books lately? Gilles Deleuze wrote that, "Books are not for repeated reading but should be used to do other things." Over four Acts, you are invited to join the Performance Reenactment Society to enact instruction-based artworks and make them happen again in the contemporary scene. Together we’ll be making some original artworks and remaking past happenings. We’ll be producing multiple versions, inspired by the artists who made the books in the exhibition. Drop in or join us for the series.

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