Performance Artist Heather Warren-Crow has written "Event Scores for Neanderthal Time" in parallel to the The Hairy Blob of History exhibition at Chicago's Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, IL.
"Event Scores are texts that can be seen as proposal pieces or instructions for actions" (Alison Knowles, -- http://www.aknowles.com/eventscore.html).
Those interested in performing, responding to or working with Heather Warren-Crow's "Event Scores for Neanderthal Time" will find them here:
We invite you to put your response somewhere on the web and then post it on Twitter with the tag #hairyblob. Responses will be re-Tweeted and some may be featured on the website.
Heather Warren-Crow is a performance artist and scholar based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has exhibited her work in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, India, Japan, Mexico, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago, and across Europe and the United States. Most recently, her performance videos were screened at The Kitchen, Microscope Gallery, Spread Art Gallery, and Bronxartspace (all in New York). Dr. Warren-Crow has a PhD in Performance Studies from the University of California at Berkeley.
The Hairy Blob: How the visualization of time impacts thinking about resources, curated by Adelheid Mers
The group exhibition Hairy Blob presents works by artists who tease, tweak, stretch, jumble, compress, arrest, and intensify time, using video, sculpture, drawing, installation, movement, sound, and several participatory events. Rather than thinking about time in terms of memory or nostalgia, these artists experiment with images of time both seriously and irreverently, addressing uses, interpretations, and ownership of land, goods, and architectural environments in the present and their implications for the future.