By now, you’ve probably heard about Milos performance art pieces.
If not, you’ll know what I’m talking about when I say that they’re the stuff of legend.
Milos works with artists like James Vincent McMorrow, James Cameron, and the likes of Mark Ruffalo, who’s recently directed Milos’s film, “Milo.”
Milos, who also performs at the New York City-based New York Public Library, created the “Miles” performance art piece that’s become synonymous with Milos.
“MILOS” is the brainchild of Milos’ partner in crime, Tonya Smith, who worked on “Pulp Fiction” and “The Big Short.”
“Mile” was created in 2004, and it’s a series of four images that look like a mosaic, and are printed on a single sheet of paper.
The piece’s popularity has grown exponentially since its inception, with Milo performing “Milos” in New York and around the world for years, according to a statement from the New Yorkers Library.
Now, Milos is taking his performance art to another level, performing the piece in an underground theater in London.
“Milos’ ‘Mile’ is a work of art that is meant to be seen and understood as a work,” Smith told The Huffington Post in an email.
“We are a contemporary art gallery and the intention is to use our space to create and distribute art that reflects and entertains us.”
“Milo’s ‘The Miles’ is part of a larger network of performances that I have curated in the London Underground.”
Smith explained that Milos will perform the “miles” in an outdoor gallery in the city’s Borough Market, and that she is “not going to be able to do this piece in person.
I am excited to be collaborating with him to do it on the big screen.”
The exhibition “Milios Performance art,” as it’s called, will be on display from March 11-13.
Smith said that she’s “in the process of developing a script” for the performance art, and she hopes that the “street-level performance will be the highlight of the exhibit.”
It’s an ambitious goal, but Milos said that he has no intention of slowing down his work.
“It’s not about me slowing down.
It’s about the work,” he said.
“I have no plans to stop and just stop.
It is not going to stop anytime soon.”
“I think Milos has done something that nobody has ever done before.
I think he’s doing it because it’s important to people to see the work and to see that it’s made by artists, it’s not just a movie,” he continued.
“And that’s a powerful thing to do.”