Tips for dating a rockstar
Then someone else will later take up your tools that you improved a little bit or that you contributed something new to.” 4.
If Something Comes to You, Haunts You, Run with It JAŠA describes how his latest project, came to him, and how it is an object lesson in how his concepts come to be.
Everything that happens in-between, all the phases, staying there, endurance, not cheating yourself, how easy it is to lose something you’ve just accomplished…it’s the same discipline for me, regardless of the project. This is how I teach, in a very active, painterly class.” 3. You come up with a gag, a trick, you label it as a new something, maybe you’re lucky enough to be in the right spot at the right time, and that can play for a while.
New and Shocking Isn’t Enough, There Must Be Some Art to It “I always fought against this idea that you need to be new, you need to invent something. But from my understanding of art, you’re thrown into a certain era, you need to see what was done, understand the layers, take the tools, use them and then try to apply a new layer of knowledge.
This is why every successful performance artist must have a little rock star inside them.
If you’re lucky, you can catch JAŠA rocking out his latest performance, October 8 in London.
It’s impossible to go the other way around, because it would be too much to handle in any moment.
For me, the best time was Friday night, visiting my friends in band rehearsal, take a bottle of wine, sit in the darkest corner, and immerse into the music.
, or a Marvel superhero out of costume, on a day off.
If you know the performance art scene, if you’re an avid follower of Frieze and the Venice Biennale, then you’ll know about JAŠA already.
Because they have enough work with everyone they’re trying to maintain.
It’s okay to go and see what’s happening, but don’t get confused, don’t get the idea that this is how to make it, because this is already an old method.
"But then he said, ‘But there’s something magical that happens when you guys, you artists go out and spend time with each other.’ He said, ‘I don’t know what the fuck you’re doing, but it’s obviously working, as gifts pass.’ I knew what he was talking about, I’ve been married to an artist for the last 18 years. It’s important that you deal with the doubts on your own in your creative process, but it’s also critical that you can talk it over with someone else who is going through the same process. You do it in blue, I do it in black, but we’re both on the same boat.