Jalandhar, Oct 9, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)
Educational Tie-ups & Skill Development Cell at LPU has been organizing six-day workshop at Fine Arts Department to last up to 12th October, 2019. Expressive title of the event is ‘Radical Bodies slipping into Beyond’, for which renowned German artist Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith is teaching pure art in action to LPU students. She is developing this into an international event, as earlier held in London, China, Athens, Berlin, Edinburgh, Copenhagen and more places.
Explaining about ‘Live Performance’, the German artist holds that the performance art is the connection between body and movement. The live performance is like breathing life into objects and movements.
For better action in performances, a performer should relieve body through different actions of crying, laughing, making anger etc. Then, he/she should learn to collect the energy of such actions for the best performance ahead.
Graduated from Royal College of Art in London, the German artist organizes public events with ‘Live Performances’, actions, exhibitions and develops international event ‘transit-station’ with ‘Fine Arts’ students in different countries. Places for Glausnitzer-Smith’s work concentrate in virtual spaces, temporary floors, site-specific places, public, festivals, events, open studio, appointed situations and invented public projects. She examines several aspects of collecting objects, the re-collection of past ideas and images, voice and autobiography by means of ‘performance for the camera.’ LPU students are learning a lot from this innovative workshop.
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