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About P-Form

From 1986-1999, P-Form magazine chronicled the vibrant, thought-provoking, often entertaining but just as often challenging and controversial, world of performance art.  From its start as a simple newsletter promoting local performance artists and events, P-Form grew to become a leading journal of interdisciplinary and performance art with an international scope.

Through interviews, artist's profiles, essays, commentaries, as well as performance and event reviews, P-Form can provide  both a historical record of the performance art movement during the 80s and 90s, as well as capture the essence of creative expression that is free of, or challenging, the strictures and limiting parameters of the established art industry.

P-Form was published by Randolph Street Gallery, a local non-profit art and performance venue founded on the belief that “art and creative expression are social as well as personal in nature,” and committed to providing a forum for people to engage in a discussion on art and contemporary cultural issues on a level often avoided by other institutions at that time.

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