Tag Archives // Visual arts

Vaudevisuals Bookshelf – “The Downtown Book”

[Translate] The New York Art Scene in the period of 1974 thru 1984 was ‘on fire’. So much was going on everywhere! This book covers the scene! Downtown is more than just a location, it’s an attitude–and in the 1970s Read the full article…

The Theatre of Robert Anton – An Exhibition

[Translate] The Theater of Robert Anton It must have been early 1980’s, and I was working (performing as a mime) at an upstate NY fair “German Alps Festival” at Hunter Moutain. The festival included many performers and once in awhile Read the full article…

Merry Christmas from Vaudevisuals.com

[Translate] Merry Christmas from Jim Moore on Vimeo. Continue reading…

“Finding Solitude” Exhibit Closing Party Dec. 5th.

[Translate] ARTIST STATEMENT My work explores the connection between places and internal solitude. While capturing these select images, I found myself reflecting upon ideas, plans, and dreams while suddenly realizing I was solo within the cultural landscape minus its inhabitants. Read the full article…

COFFEEHOUSE CHRONICLES #136 – Theodora Skipitares – LaMama – October 8th, 2016

[Translate] Theodora Skipitares On October 8th, 2016 La Mama presented their monthly series Coffeehouse Chronicles. This afternoon was devoted to the work of visual theater artist/puppeteer Theodora Skipitares. Coffeehouse Chronicles #136 Curator: Michal Gamily Moderator: JoAnne Akalaitis Panelists: Andrea Balis, Read the full article…

Vaudevisuals interview with Spencer Lott – “Blossom” at Dixon Place

[Translate] BLOSSOM Emerging puppeteer & Jim Henson Foundation resident artist Spencer Lott visualizes the surreal landscape between reality and memory through the beautiful unraveling of one man’s mind. After being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, James Blossom and his daughter grapple Read the full article…

“Desperate Archives” – An Exhibit – 20 Years of Split Britches Archives @ LaMama Galleria

January 18, 2014 // Photography // No Comments

[Translate]  DESPERATE ARCHIVES  “Deposited somewhere between land and sea, between proliferation and devastation.” An exhibition based on 20 years of Split Britches archival material. “Desperate Archives exposes the infrastructure of performance by emphasizing process and attachment, highlighting collaboration as the Read the full article…

The Clown Un_Masked – Glen Heroy

[Translate] Originally posted in Feb. 2010. My first of the CLOWN UN_MASK series. One of the most interesting performers that I have photographed recently is Glen Heroy. He is a cameleon! In one show he is Dame Edna and in Read the full article…

Looking down from 1350 feet – WTC

November 1, 2013 // Photography, Variety Arts // No Comments

[Translate] When I was photographing the top of the WTC for Philippe Petit in preparation for the upcoming ‘artistic crime of the century’ I also wanted to take some photographs that weren’t needed by him in his preparation. I decided Read the full article…

American Mime Theatre – Founded in 1952 by Paul J. Curtis

February 4, 2011 // Mime, Photography // 4 Comments

[Translate] “Curtis is making American audiences realize there is an important difference between a Pantomimist and a Mime.”   Dance Magazine “Do see this company; it isn’t often you will get such a gift.”      Village Voice Photograph of AMT Read the full article…