Two Talks at WooHoo Comedy Art Exhibition with Workshops and Talks
1. Queen of Dada Baroness Elsa, shocked, entertained and astonished her audiences in the early 1900s. Even by today's standard she was a radical avant garde artist - who contested Western art practices and challenged the boundaries of 'normality' for early twentieth-century women. Tragically she died alone and penniless, unlike her Dada allies Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray. Hear more about this remarkable and inspirational woman in an edgy and entertaining performance lecture by Dr Maggie Irving.
2. Joseph Beuys, German Fluxus, happening, and performance artist as well as a sculptor, installation artist, graphic artist, art theorist, and pedagogue. Clifford Norman discusses the work of this extraordinary playful and boundary breaking artist in the second of two lectures at Exmouth's first comedy art exhibition WooHoo.
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