Entries by Big Art Group

The People – San Francisco September 16 & 17 2011

Big Art Group is currently editing and preparing video interviews we created with Bay Area participants during our residency at Headlands Center For The Arts this past Spring. These videos will be incorporated into the live video action performance of The People in and on the facade of Z Space in San Francisco co presented […]

Big Art Group at PS122’s OLD SCHOOL 122 BENEFIT June 25, 2011

We are happy to announce our participation in PS122’s OLD SCHOOL 122 BENEFIT on Saturday June 25 (NYC). PS122 was the first presenting organization to co-produce one our our pieces. Flicker and House of No More were both co-produced and premiered at PS122. The line up for that night is Big Art Group, New York City Players, The Wooster […]

Big Art Group – Scissor Sisters Collaboration at Bonnaroo Festival June 11, 2011

This weekend Big Art Group will be at the Bonnaroo Festival in support of the Scissors Sisters. We built 4 sculptural and spectacular moments for their summer festival tour. After this they head out in July to festivals and venues in Europe and beyond. Check out our stuff with them if you’re near a festival. […]

Mirror Jacket Test at Headlands Residency

Here is a video of Laura Arrington testing the mirrored jacked in the sunlight streaming through the window of her Headlands Residency studio. Thank you Laura for letting us move in for awhile.

Broke House Online Press Kit & Photos

Welcome to Big Art Group’s Online Press Kit and Hi-Rez Photos. Below are links to downloadable pdfs and live websites about Broke House and the Company. About The Company (Link) The Drama Review–Image Eaters: Big Art Group Brings the Noise by Jacob Gallagher-Ross (PDF) Interview in Culturebot http://culturebot.net/2012/04/13035/big-art-groups-broke-house-at-abrons-arts/ (Link) Broke House in ARTFORUM http://artforum.com/diary/id=29998 (Link) Broke House @performaddict http://bit.ly/wCV32v (Link) Broek House  in […]

Open Rehearsal/Cocktail Reception Of The New Group Work, RAMPART

Please join us for an open rehearsal of our new group work, RAMPART. We will talk about the creation of this new work and show 25 minutes of open rehearsal followed by a cocktail reception. January 8, 2011 at 8pm THE WILD PROJECT 195 East 3rd Street (between Ave A and B) New York, NY […]

Big Art Group in TDR: The Drama Review Winter 2010 Issue

“Image Eaters”, a 36 page article by Jacob Gallagher-Ross about the work of Big Art Group, has been published in this quarters edition of TDR: The Drama Review. Excerpt: Theatre artists keen to investigate the theatrical possibilities of technological image-making must inevitably contend with the wearisome grumbling issuing from critics who see the invasion of screens, […]

CITYRAMA in Torino, Italy and Bern, Switzerland November 2010

CITYRAMA is a new performance created by Caden Manson / Big Art Group in collaboration with the students of HKB and the Teatro Stabile of Torino. CITYRAMA comprises a site-based theatrical and video installation that functions as a performance machine, asking the actor/participant to respond on stage to a flood of stimuli and make split-second […]

SOS published in Yale Theater Journal

Big Art Group’s 11th group work, SOS, is on the cover and inside this month’s Yale Theater Journal with an introductory article on the production by Jacob Gallagher-Ross. “Presented at New York’s the Kitchen in March 2009, as the aftermath of the credit cataclysm continued to convulse the nation, Big Art Group’s SOS stages the […]

Big Art Group discussed in Chris Salter’s new book ENTANGLED: Technology And The Transformation Of Performance

ENTANGLED: Technology And The Transformation Of Performance explores technology’s influence on artistic performance practices in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In Entangled, Chris Salter shows that technologies, from the mechanical to the computational—from a “ballet of objects and lights” staged by Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes in 1917 to contemporary technologically enabled “responsive environments”—have been entangled with performance […]