In partnership with Dance Umbrella, Frieze Projects brought Jérôme Bel’s (b.1964, France) acclaimed Disabled Theatre to London for the first time.
Al Maria (b.1983, USA) carved out subliminal routes across the fair, pointing to potential conspiracies.
Jonathan Berger (b.1980, USA) reassembled fragments from Andy Kaufman’s personal life and career, and restaged a forgotten piece of music from Kaufman’s 1979 variety show at Carnegie Hall.
Isabel Lewis (b. 1981, Dominican Republic) hosted a series of ‘occasions’ throughout London, including one at the Old Selfridges Hotel, that played with the accepted behaviours between host and guest.
At the fair, Nick Mauss (b.1980, USA) will create a ‘living stage’ on which a new ballet will be performed each day.
Tobias Madison (b.1985, Switzerland) created a dismantled room at Frieze London, activated by sensory and microbic technology.
Offsite from the fair, Cerith Wyn Evans (b.1958, UK) located a new work and performance in the heart of ZSL London Zoo.
Mélanie Matranga, winner of the Frieze Artist Award 2014, created a series of online videos entitled From A to B through E, filmed onsite at Frieze London.