by Linda Casey
Monday 6th March 2023
Performance Art, not to be confused with the Performing Arts, are artworks that are created through actions performed by the artist or other participants, which may be live or recorded, spontaneous or scripted.
Since the 1910's, artists have used film, video, photography and live installations to display actions by themselves and others to convey their subjects and ideas.
Linda Casey is an art historian and independent lecturer. For 16 years, she was an official guide at Tate, and has lectured at the Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, Barbican and Guildhall Libraries, Courtyard Theatre, and Hereford College of Art along with many independent art societies. She has a broad range of knowledge on a variety of art-historical subjects.
She is passionate about all aspects of art and loves to share her enthusiasm with others.