Everyday Rituals and Contemporary Art
Ever closing the gap between art and life, many contemporary artists incorporate everyday rituals, from kissing to cooking to teaching and talking, into their performances. As a result, they transform the environments in which they situate their work—and the people whom they engage—into parts of the work itself. Join artists Tino Sehgal and Lee Mingwei as they discuss their practice. Glenn D. Lowry, director of The Museum of Modern Art, moderates a discussion.
Eat, Sleep, and Pray: Everyday Rituals and Contemporary Art with Lee Mingwei and Tino Sehgal (1)
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