Sean Fletcher and Isabel Reichert, Performance Art In Front of an Audience Ought To Be Entertaining, 2010, performance, approx. 1 hour

Performance Art in Front of an Audience is both a written work and a performance; a heavily researched one-act-play about the turbulent relationship between artist couple Carl Andre and Ana Mendieta.  Fletcher and Reichert use the event of Mendieta's death as a catalyst to discuss the conflict between The Institution that heavily depends on the salability of art and the Idealistic Artists who spend their lives searching for the rare and enlightened audience.

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