Dan Auluk is an artist-curator living and working in Birmingham, UK.
Auluk's arts practice is interested in the making of art activity (as medium) and the experiences shared through experimental collaborative approaches. The art activity includes experimenting with text, spoken word, sound, video, performance, participation and intervention, manifesting as live art collaborative performances that invite audiences to take part. This live art attempts to blur the boundaries betweeen artist, curator and audience, exploring alternate ways of activating spaces and audiences and destablizing the conventions we are used to, when experiencing art in an exhibition context.
Participating artists (in order):
Sarah Fortes Mayer
Jonathan Charles Graney
2-week practice based research residency, mac Birmingham.
Artists' were invited to test out a live art performance for The Lives Of Otjhers for New Art West Midlands performed at The Barber Institute Of Fine Arts.