Explore how the human body has inspired the work of ARTIST ROOMS
The human body has inspired artists throughout the ages – traditionally the body was often used to explore allegory, beauty and sexuality but in the twentieth century there was a significant shift in both how the body was perceived, and how it was used to create art. 
Use of the body, frequently the artist’s own body, as a medium is often associated with performance art. Performance art came to prominence in the 1960s and can be seen as a branch of conceptual art. Conceptual artists think beyond the use of traditional media and explore ideas in whatever materials or form is appropriate.
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