Posts tagged “Rodney Dickson

Rodney Dickson and his F#*cked Up World

I had the great pleasure to work very closely on this performance piece with Rodney Dickson. When he first sent his list of materials needed it was funny enough to post. From then on our group of conspirators and F*#cked Up Houston characters started coming together.

Rodney Dickson at Diverse Works, photo courtesy Kelly Alison

Rodney Dickson at Diverse Works, photo courtesy Kelly Alison

Talking to Rodney I gather that this piece is progressive and that each “F#$Cked Up Place gets added to the videos showing at the next event. So far the show has traveled to Beijing, Mexico City and Vietnam among other locations.
Rodney Dickson in F..cked Up Houston at DiverseWorks

Rodney Dickson in F..cked Up Houston at DiverseWorks

The meaning is to reflect the Chaos in our F#*Cked Up world. I think it also reflected the unity in our F#$%Ked upedness.
Rodney Dickson in F..cked Up Houston at DiverseWorks

Rodney Dickson in F..cked Up Houston at DiverseWorks

Thanks Rodney for letting me be myself and try and paint during this performance. I thought it was very funny that the nude models multiplied everytime I looked up. Yep. The audience started joining in with EVERYTHING!
Rodney Dickson in F..cked Up Houston at DiverseWorks

Rodney Dickson in F..cked Up Houston at DiverseWorks


Rebekah Herzberg: Lonestar Art Explosion

Model Rebeka Herzberg and (help me identify)

Click the link on this page and the next to go to¬†¬†Rebekah Herzberg’s blog and read about her experience as part of Rodney Dickson’s F#@ked Up Houston on opening night at DiverseWorks Art Space.

Rebekah Herzberg: Lonestar Art Explosion


The Great God Pan Is Dead: What I did at the Lone Star Explosion Biennale: Day 1

 

The Great God Pan Is Dead: What I did at the Lone Star Explosion Biennale: Day 1.

by Dean Liscum. Photos by Steve Patlan

First, let me be totally honest. I don’t know much about performance art. I attend local performance sporadically and read about/follow the discipline even less frequently. That being said, here’s what I sawheardfeltdid at the Lone Star Explosion Performance Art Biennale 2012.