The life and times of live artist Julianna Barabas
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
February 4, 2004
Lucienne captivates us with her bass clarinet, Christine witnesses my eyes turning orange in response to the pain, and this becomes the closest we get to sublime until the end. We did not know it then, but it would be the last session at the HAG.
Thank you for visiting my blog, with which I am tracking and disseminating my research in live art. One of my seminal works is titled seamline, and an archive of the series can be found on this site. From May 2003 to May 2004, I had a line tattooed around the circumference of my body. I now live with the vestigal mark of the original series as a permanent and lifetime performance action engaging all who ask in conversations about contemporary, live/performance, conceptual art. I invite your comments and questions.