Geumhyung Jeong’s bewitching performance about the female body and the boundaries between human and machine took on added eerie appeal in Tate Modern's Tanks.
The first incarnation of WITCH performed their inaugural action—a hex on Wall Street—on Halloween in 1968. Now a new generation of witches is taking up the mantle from the infamous provocateurs.
As part of a performance art piece, Fleur Pierets and Julian P. Boom are getting married in every country where same-sex marriage is legal. Broadly joined the couple at their first wedding in New York, where they kicked off their 18-month project.
Chiara Mazzocchi’s nude artworks are anything but personal.
Amelia Marzec parses the internet and religious groups to report the latest end-of-the-world news.
Interpretive dance inspired by Robert Mapplethorpe, butterflies, and LCD Soundsystem comes to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Maidenfed's original GIFs and photographic collage are among the featured works in our NFSW show at the Museum of Sex.
Anti-war performance art invades the Venice Biennale.
An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist's brain wave-bending installations.
Hermann Nitsch's weird sex/death art came to Tasmania for Mona and... well, shit.
Artist Astronaut Sarah Jane Pell explains why every space program needs a creative perspective.
The Australian duo believe you can never have too many sequins.