David Henry Nobody Jr. at Spring Break Art Show
At the 2017 SPRING/ BREAK Art Show, artist David Henry Jr. created a culinary "tableau vivant," using his body and face as a canvas for exploratory food art.
Orbit at The Whitney
In February, The Whitney Museum of American Art presented Red In View (Orbit), a 10 day continuous performance art piece by artists MPA, Amapola Prada, and Elizabeth Marcus-Sonenberg.
Alexandra Marzella's Unapologetic Nude Self-Portraits
Alexandra Marzella investigates the notions of truth, beauty, and sexuality through the medium of Instagram.
Creators Meets / web
Transcendence Through Comedy + Makeup | TCP Meets Miz Cracker
In Harlem, we visit drag performer Miz Cracker, who manages to make the subversion of gender and sexuality a truly entertaining and engaging endeavor.
Marina Abramovic Still Doesn't Give a Fuck
We talk with Marina Abramović about her journey from an unhappy upbringing in the former Communist Yugoslavia to the pinnacle of the international art world.
Desus & Mero Do PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
The Creators Project's Emerson Rosenthal meets up with VICELAND stars Desus & Mero to show them around the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair at Art Basel Miami 2016.
Creators Meets / web
A Fiery Attack on Gender Norms
We meet with personal trainer-turned-performance artist Cassils, who uses the body as a form of social sculpture, examining strength, violence, power, and vulnerability by testing the limits of endurance and empathy.
Art Histories: Stalking Donald Trump
We explore an extreme version of art predicting life, as David Henry Brown Jr details his performance advocating for the presidency of Donald Trump back in 1999.
Satanic Art: A Fight for Freedom
The Creators Project spends the day with some members of The Satanic Temple as they unveil their newest sculpture of Baphomet at their Salem Gallery.
Surreal Masks, An Irreverent Half-Time Dance Squad, and Infinity Burial Suits
In this episode, we visit performance artist Henry David Nobody Jr.'s studio to see his provocative and transformative self-portrait masks, meet the LA City Municipal Dance Squad, and face mortality with Jae Rhim Lee's infinity burial suits.
Geological Sports, the GoatMan, and South African Photo-Therapy
From NYC to South Africa, we explore the best in art on Culture Beat.
Controlled By Robots And Made To Dance: A New Kind Of Performance Art
‘Inferno’ is not your average dance performance. The audience become the performers wearing robotic exoskeletons operated by the choreographers.