Dan Auluk is an artist living and working in Birmingham, UK.
Auluk's art practice is interested in creating situations that disrupt and displace how we may experience art. Experimenting with text, spoken word, sound, video, performance, participation and intervention, manifesting as live art collaborative performances. This live art attempts to blur the boundaries between artist and audience; exploring alternate ways of activating spaces and audiences.
Auluk will be working at Stryx for one month from 18th March to 15th April 2018.
During this time he will be re-working his closing 2017 residency at The WIG (now re-launched as FAIL BETTER). This was part of the GESTALT curatorial programme curated by Alex Billingham in 2017.
'We don’t talk anymore 2' will be a further exploration in making work with other artists’ and audiences to produce collaborative live performances. Communicating without talking to each other, blurring the lines between artist and audience, performance and spectatorship, activating audiences and disrupting the rules of exhibition making and presentation. There will be an opening launch on March 31st 6pm – 9pm and a closing live art performance at Digbeth First Friday on Friday 6th April 6pm – 9pm.
The event will be filmed.The exhibition is not suitable for anyone under 18 years old.
Participating artists’ are:
Jen Der Fenda
Sarah Fortes Mayer
The Hoo-Hah Initiative