Category Archives: drawing performance

STRATEGIES OF CONTROL IN A COLLABORATIVE PERFORMANCE – a visual practice. A WORKSHOP WITH AGNIESZKA KARASCH

The workshop is devided in 2 parts; theoretical and practical. The first one refers to the main notions of the contemporary idea of drawing based on Agnieszka’s selected visual actions as well as on those of contemporary performance masters. In the second part, participants find out about a body’s dynamics and its role in creating […]

EXPRESSIVENESS OF BODIES IN PERFORMATIVE DRAWING. A WORKSHOP WITH AGNIESZKA KARASCH

A drawing workshop for the students of Institut fuer Kunst und Bildgeschichte, Humboldt University in Berlin. This practical and theoretical workshop refers to the main notions of contemporary drawing. Participants learn about a body’s dynamics in creating an expressive image.

JAANIKA PEERNA and AGNIESZKA KARASCH- a talk proceeding their joint studio work in NYC in May 2017.

JAANIKA PEERNA and AGNIESZKA KARASCH recall the years of their artistic education (back to the 90-ies) and think about what’s left of collaboration in performance. This talk proceeded their joint studio work in NYC, which took place one month later the same year.                               […]

AGNIESZKA KARASCH and RAM SAMOCHA – a summery of the collaboration at Draw to Perform 3.

RAM SAMOCHA and AGNIESZKA KARASCH talk about rules and control within a drawing performance and how their collaboration influcenced each of them personally.                                                                    […]

RAM SAMOCHA and AGNIESZKA KARASCH talk about Draw to Perform, an International Symposium for Drawing Performance.

Agnieszka Karasch and Ram Samocha, Draw to Perform

  18.03.2014, Warsaw-Brighton RAM SAMOCHA and AGNIESZKA KARASCH talk about Draw to Perform (an International Symposium for Drawing Performance), process-oriented art, performance documentation, viewer’s attention, logic, game strategy, emotions and interventions. www.samocha.com, www.drawtoperform.com AGNIESZKA KARASCH: From your experience as an artist and a curator, do you notice that it is in GB where performance and drawing are connected […]