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June 27, 2018

In Houston, if you’re an artist: whether visual, musical, literary, dance, theatrical, vocal, performance, or con, you eventually make a pilgrimage to Notsuoh, the social sculpture / perpetual performance art created by Jim Pirtle. Typically, the journey is neither planned nor wise, but it happens. You’ll find yourself pulled into the bar’s desultory conversations involving the profound and the mundane, the aesthetic and the philosophic, the political and the pop-cultural...

June 12, 2018

As part of the Station Museum of Contemporary Art's show in(di)visible, internationally renown performance artist Miao Jiaxin performed an installment from his Next Performance series. ExA had the pleasure of seeing Next Performance 2018 and then discussing it with him afterwards via email.

ExA: The performance at the Station Museum in 2018 is part of a multi-year series which began in 2014. What was the impetus for that series? What is the theme(s)? Is it signifi...

June 6, 2018

Experimental Action is seeking artists for a three-day performance festival taking place in Houston, Texas from February 21 - 23, 2019. Experimental Action is especially interested in PERFORMANCE ART rather than work that easily fits into other categories. Artists included in the festival will participate in solo and/or group performances, live with fellow artists in communal housing during the festival, and engage with the Houston community about their practice. Artists a...

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Experimental Action is a sponsored project of Fresh Arts, a

non-profit arts service organization.  Contributions  for  the  purpose  of 

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Experimental Action is funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance made possible by the generous collaborative efforts and fiscal sponsorship of Public Poetry.

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