Posts Tagged ‘art nurses’

Art Nurses at Arts on Division

September 27, 2018

Art Nurses at Arts on Division 2018

Somerville, NJ

Art Nurse Lydia, Art Nurse Larry, Art Nurse Viv and Art Emergency Technician Mark performed Ephemeral Procedures

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The Art Nurses at Summertide

June 26, 2018

Summertide Choreography Festival – June 23, 2018

Art Nurse Dances

Rapid Expressive Movement Assessment” Sean Thomas Boyt (Pennsylvania)

Fluxus Ballet” Melissa McCarthy (New Hampshire)

Art Nurses Quadrille” Mary Campbell (New York)


Art Nurses: Barbara Lubliner, Milenka Berengolc, Margaret Chase, Mary Campbell, Viv de Dada

Art Nurses at Panoply Performance Laboratory

December 15, 2016

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Sign in with Nurse Barbara for your check-up! Art health check-ups- done in a Dada fashion, interacting with patients, opening your mind with eye-bright tea, some soul searching questions and then giving you your personal prescription.
Art Nurses include- Viv de Dada, Mary Campbell, Barbara Lubliner and Milenka Berengolc

(Day de Dada Art Nurses working for you 6-7:30 pm)
Saturday, December 10 at Panoply Performance Laboratory 104 Meserole St, Brooklyn, NY
Part of Performancy Forum: 1. glitch (heal) OR 2. gore (harm)

photos by Leslie Lowe and Mary Campbell

Art Nurses at Lumen 2015 – Video

June 22, 2015

Day de Dada Art Nurses perform at LUMEN 2015
sponsored by SI Arts at Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY June 20, 2015

Fluxfest Chicago Art Nurse Creative Pulse Report: 2/19/11

February 19, 2011

Taking the Creative Pulse at Fluxfest 

Fluxfest Chicago Art Nurse Creative Pulse Report:

Tell us about any scars caused by art:

  • Sgraffito
  • Back hurts from doing college art projects.
  • All scars & changes lie beneath the surface.
  • I painted a punk rock album in a high school art class.  The teacher didn’t like it.  I though it was pretty good fo my first & only artistic atempt.  I have never attemtped to paint again.
  • I carve in a checker box sort of thing into my wrist.  It looks a lot like this even though it looks crazy it looks like a checker print.
  • Once I sew my scars though it heals: felt inside.  I wasn’t so I sew to try to use the pain as art.
  • I have more hair and my voice has gotten lower.  When I climb the rope in gym class, I feel funny.
  • Descending the staircase, fell into the arms of a waiting venus.  Got all wet.
  • amputation of 6th (vestigal) finger.
  • Paper cuts
  • I was making a snow flake and I cut myself with my scissors.
  • In the palm of my hand from scraping a palette with a razor blade.

Tell us something we need to know about your creative brain.

  • It operates the best while working on a given project and adapting that project to my own.
  • Works best when presented with a problem to solve.
  • I’m a jerk !
  • I can’t really put it into words.
  • I am creative.
  • I am a teacher.
  • Art has caused me to smile for the whole day.
  • I compartmentalize the way I approach art.
  • I draw from what’s around me.
  • Mental Scars.
  • It is always in motion.
  • I play piano, violin, viola and bass.
  • I can make a game to play within 5 mins.
  • It is always in motion.  It is always in motion.
  • It is very wide and undiscovered yet.  Unfortunately !
  • I’m nervous when it is unnecessary.  Sometimes just accepting that leads to greater creativity.

What body part do you use the most when you are being creative ?

  • Eyes – straining to see the light trying to know want invincible eyes.
  • My arms and it feels good.
  • Stomach – tight flutter, excited, twisty, tight
  • My heart, and it feels freeing.  My heart feels bigger and more open.  When I collaborate it’s like a bunch of hearts beating together.
  • My stomach.  It vibrates.  It hurts a lot but it never hurts when I’m beeing creative.  I love feeling my stomach living, talking.
  • Right Hand – Relaxing.  I can tune out everything around me, and focus on a single task.
  • I use my hands, I constantly have to feel everything I am doing.  I can feel the emotion flow through it.  It’s incredible.
  • wrist – liberating & sometimes painful.
  • Hands warm.
  • Head big.
  • My eyes; it makes my head hurt.
  • My brain feels like it has eyes, ears, and feet when I am being creative.
  • My brain because I think of ideas. That’s pretty much where all my art comes from, my mind.  I use my hands and eyes to execute those ideas but they originate in my brain.
  • The pencil bit me.
  • Feet * not bad today.
  • Eyes.  They feel strained.  I need to see what I am making / creating in order to actually produce something.
  • My head


How does creativity affect your body?

  • It puts holes in it and metal things in the holes.
  • Positively
  • Infectiously & with rage and intimate tenderness.
  • Sometimes it makes me cry and my head aches.  Sometimes it makes me feel egotistical.  Sometimes it floods my body with a feeling of excitement.  It can be confusing.
  • I feel like writing poetry.
  • Whenever I feel down or sick expressing my creativity releases a great feeling through my body.
  • I feel part of a bigger world.  My body is satisfied.
  • It gives me energy.  It is what I live in.
  • Go Liberation movements.  Tweet On!
  • It makes me happy 🙂
  • My hat has attached to my head.
  • Makes me ache, makes me tired, makes me long for more.