For our show in December, I’d like you to consider the possibility of performance. Since the early 1900’s Futurismo and then Dada brought forth new ways of doing art. Back then, performance art was seen as futuristic theater or dada events. In the late 1950’s they called them “happenings.” It was about the action and the body; a moving painting, live-sculpture, less-than and more than theater. Performance is like art in the living flesh: sensual, weird, ephemeral and always cathartic. If done well, it touches you, and makes you think.