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Culturebot Arts & Media is a 21st Century arts organization dedicated to Maximum Performance across all disciplines

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Performance At An Exhibition

From May 5 – June 9, 2014 critic, curator and cultural provocateur Andy Horwitz gave a series of five lectures on live performance at NYU. On June 2, 2014 the lecture topic was "Performance at an Exhibition" where Andy explored how the “rediscovery of performance” in the visual art market has affected the aesthetics, conditions and discourse of dance and contemporary performance. What are the historical, aesthetic and philosophical contexts of this trend, what are the economic and political implications of the museum’s embrace of spectacle and ephemerality and how has this informed – and been informed by – NYC’s transformation into a Global City? Drawing from his extensive body of critical writing on Culturebot.org, the findings of The Brooklyn Commune Project’s report on arts, economics and cultural production in the performing arts, and his years of experience as a curator, producer and artist advocate, over the course of five lectures Horwitz weaves disparate but interrel...

61 MIN2014 SEP 9
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Performance At An Exhibition

Irrational Exuberance: The Performing Arts Market Explained

From May 5 – June 9, 2014 critic, curator and cultural provocateur Andy Horwitz gave a series of five lectures on live performance at NYU. On May 19, 2014 the lecture was titled "Irrational Exuberance: The Performing Arts Market Explained". Here Andy examined the performing arts market in NYC from 2004 – 2014 as viewed through the lens of the APAP conference and related showcases. Taking a historical and global perspective, Andy addresses issues of supply and demand and the relationship between economic and cultural structures in the current nonprofit performing arts, aesthetic bias and resource allocation. Drawing from his extensive body of critical writing on Culturebot.org, the findings of The Brooklyn Commune Project’s report on arts, economics and cultural production in the performing arts, and his years of experience as a curator, producer and artist advocate, over the course of five lectures Horwitz weaves disparate but interrelated topics together to offer a uniquely insi...

56 MIN2014 SEP 9
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Irrational Exuberance: The Performing Arts Market Explained

A Decade of Change: NYC as Global City (2004 – 2014)

From May 5 – June 9, 2014 critic, curator and cultural provocateur Andy Horwitz gave a series of five lectures on live performance at NYU. In this lecture, "A Decade of Change: NYC as Global City (2004 – 2014)", Andy examines the economic, cultural and structural transformation of NYC between 2004 - 2014, the implications of those changes for artists living and working in NYC and the opportunities it presents for strengthening regional cultural production. Drawing from his extensive body of critical writing on Culturebot.org, the findings of The Brooklyn Commune Project’s report on arts, economics and cultural production in the performing arts, and his years of experience as a curator, producer and artist advocate, over the course of five lectures Horwitz weaves disparate but interrelated topics together to offer a uniquely insightful perspective into the current state of performance and its possible futures. These lectures were made possible with support from the Tisch Initiativ...

55 MIN2014 SEP 9
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A Decade of Change: NYC as Global City (2004 – 2014)
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Latest Episodes

Performance At An Exhibition

From May 5 – June 9, 2014 critic, curator and cultural provocateur Andy Horwitz gave a series of five lectures on live performance at NYU. On June 2, 2014 the lecture topic was "Performance at an Exhibition" where Andy explored how the “rediscovery of performance” in the visual art market has affected the aesthetics, conditions and discourse of dance and contemporary performance. What are the historical, aesthetic and philosophical contexts of this trend, what are the economic and political implications of the museum’s embrace of spectacle and ephemerality and how has this informed – and been informed by – NYC’s transformation into a Global City? Drawing from his extensive body of critical writing on Culturebot.org, the findings of The Brooklyn Commune Project’s report on arts, economics and cultural production in the performing arts, and his years of experience as a curator, producer and artist advocate, over the course of five lectures Horwitz weaves disparate but interrel...

61 MIN2014 SEP 9
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Performance At An Exhibition

Irrational Exuberance: The Performing Arts Market Explained

From May 5 – June 9, 2014 critic, curator and cultural provocateur Andy Horwitz gave a series of five lectures on live performance at NYU. On May 19, 2014 the lecture was titled "Irrational Exuberance: The Performing Arts Market Explained". Here Andy examined the performing arts market in NYC from 2004 – 2014 as viewed through the lens of the APAP conference and related showcases. Taking a historical and global perspective, Andy addresses issues of supply and demand and the relationship between economic and cultural structures in the current nonprofit performing arts, aesthetic bias and resource allocation. Drawing from his extensive body of critical writing on Culturebot.org, the findings of The Brooklyn Commune Project’s report on arts, economics and cultural production in the performing arts, and his years of experience as a curator, producer and artist advocate, over the course of five lectures Horwitz weaves disparate but interrelated topics together to offer a uniquely insi...

56 MIN2014 SEP 9
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Irrational Exuberance: The Performing Arts Market Explained

A Decade of Change: NYC as Global City (2004 – 2014)

From May 5 – June 9, 2014 critic, curator and cultural provocateur Andy Horwitz gave a series of five lectures on live performance at NYU. In this lecture, "A Decade of Change: NYC as Global City (2004 – 2014)", Andy examines the economic, cultural and structural transformation of NYC between 2004 - 2014, the implications of those changes for artists living and working in NYC and the opportunities it presents for strengthening regional cultural production. Drawing from his extensive body of critical writing on Culturebot.org, the findings of The Brooklyn Commune Project’s report on arts, economics and cultural production in the performing arts, and his years of experience as a curator, producer and artist advocate, over the course of five lectures Horwitz weaves disparate but interrelated topics together to offer a uniquely insightful perspective into the current state of performance and its possible futures. These lectures were made possible with support from the Tisch Initiativ...

55 MIN2014 SEP 9
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A Decade of Change: NYC as Global City (2004 – 2014)
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