Reenacting the painting techniques of Kazuo Shiraga at AUNTS/CATCH 2.22.13

On February 22, 2013 I took part in

 AUNTS/CATCH at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn

Where I reenacted the foot painting techniques of the Japanese action painter Kazuo Shiraga
Who painted with his feet

and swung by a rope allowing him to move around the canvas freely



Shiraga was part of the Gutai Art Association who believed the process of making was more important than the finished object



This action was the first in a series entitled (Re)action
which reenacts historical moments in action painting.

To See Video from this Live Action
Click on these Links

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-Iq-ixWnlw_SXFtT2FuYS12Um8/edit?usp=sharing


https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-Iq-ixWnlw_Z081V3o0cTdjYW8/edit?usp=sharing



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