(Sept 2019 to June 2020)
Co-hosting monthly talk shows with Scarlett Kim at Automata Theater, Los Angeles, with a wide range of guests, from Hollywood Actors to Scientists to Philosophers to Pet Owners. Shows are live taped and set to be released by September 2020.
(July 20, 2019)
Hosted by MOCAM (Museum of Contemporary Art on the Moon) and Automata Theater, this project was a collaboration with Kyle Bellucci Johanson to create a long-form performative activity, featuring a 8 hour live talk show//picnic, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11. The guests, hosted both in person and through virtual means, were invited to come talk about ideas/politics/culture in a transtemporal and personal kind of way.
(2018 to Present)
is an ongoing practice using visual media technologies to promote honest and communal presence. Using intensity, intimacy, reflexivity, and care as strategy, this practice has resulted in performances, events, games, and art exhibitions. Also, a live broadcasted talk show series is currently being developed.
(April 18, 2017)
In collaboration with Armen Avanessian, Markus Miessen, Beau Rhee, Mattin, Parches, and research platform “Perhaps it is high time for a xenoarchitecture to match”, an uniquely imaginative “speculative sense event” was envisioned and developed at Kaaitheater, Brussels.
(2015 to Present)
is a group of 4 friends (Ben Finley, Amy Golden, Patrick Behnke, Tim Tsang) who are committed to the unique act of “talkingtalking” as a collective performance practice to know each other better in private and in public settings. Our recent performance in February 2019 created new friendships and revitalized old ones within the Arts community in Los Angeles.
is a growing archive of 100+ digital videos showcasing a performative and poetical method of processing large amounts of verbal and graphic information/stimuli through the computer desktop and the internet. This method has been used to create recorded video work, as well as put to use in live settings (live lectures, symposiums, book transcriptions, crowd transcriptions, discussions) as a performative-poetical practice of metamedia. A complete list is available upon request.
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a piece by parches and tim tsang
performing presence and absence
at least 11 times in 2018
at various spaces
John’s Cage (2012-Present)
is an ongoing inquiry dedicated to explore Music, Sound, Noise, Time, Clock Time, and Clocks. This inquiry has resulted in over 50 live performances, sound recordings, videos, open concepts, writings, lecture-performances, discussions, and more. A complete list is available upon request.