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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.

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As part of Alex Billingham's curatorial programme titled GESTALT at The WIG (now know as FAIL BETTER) Dan Auluk was offered a 6 week residency to test out ways of collaborating, largely through non-verbal communication.

 

At the closing event the audience were invited to take part in the performance by Dan Auluk, Daniel Hopkins and Oscar Cass Darweish through non-verbal communication culminating in a 3 hour live art performance collaboration where the only rule was no talking.

 

Participating artists:

 

Dan Auluk

Daniel Hopkins (Landcrash)

Oscar Cass-Darweish

 

 

'...we don't talk anymore' (2017)