18.01 – 02.03.13
G E N E V A
Skopia Art contemporain
Involving 18+, Adrian Wilson, Aimée Mullins, Alix Lambert, Aza Shade, Char Alfonzo, Cottweiler, Darri Lorenzen, Dan Hoy, Daniel Feinberg, Dominic Johnson, Douglas Gordon, Duane Pitre, Florence Tétier, France Fiction, François Bouret, Harry Griffin, Henda Giarratano, Ilja Karilampi, Jason Farrer, Julia Kasprzak, Lukas Goretta, Marylin V.B., Marti Domination, Mike Fleisch, Odile Bernard Schroder, Peggy Nelson, Ron Athey, Rodrigo Morales-Pomarat, Ryan Whittier Hale, Stefan Ruitenbeek, Telfar Clemens, Tyson Parks & Zana Bayne.
Sept 29th – Oct 3rd, 2010
B R O O K L Y N
Center For Performance Research
361, Manhattan Avenue
Presented in association with the Center for Performance Research, “CLUSTER 7–Even Silence has a Shape” is an experimental project curated by Jeanne-Salomé Rochat and Alusia Slowinski and is made up of punctual situations that will emit a declension of signs, during five consecutive days in New York City, at Center for Performance Research, NP Contemporary Art Center and Silvershed.
Those signs, visual, verbal and spatial, are gravitationally bound to a core problem of perceiving, interpretating and translating languages, especially when produced under different contextual circumstances such as history, discipline or social factors: How is it possible to translate, to stress reception of a work, especially when the embedded specificity of a community is itself undergoing constant transformation? In such cases, what can be properly «realized»?
Punctually, circumcised interventions will invest the spaces, inscribing, exhibiting, performing or commenting sections of works that most of the time happened, are happening or will happen elsewhere.
To what extent can we engage the audience today? How translatable, potentially transcendable, and memorable are the boundaries of the statements that are actually exhibited?
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N E W Y O R K
August 24th, 2010 7-11pm
a proposition by Elvira Belafonte and Ariana Reines
written and performed by Elvira Belafonte, Dan Hoy, Brian Kerstetter, Filip Marinovich and Ariana Reines.
I had a gorgeous childhood until I was about seven. After that time everything got disgusting.
N E W Y O R K
131 Chrystie Street
June 12th, 2010
Conceived, choreographed and written by Jack Ferver
Performed with Kira Blazek, Ryan Lawrence and Samuel Roeck
It just goes to show you- don’t try to hold onto anything.
Pictures by Zana Bayne
B R U S S E L S
Rue Léon Lepage, 5
April 23rd, 2010, at 8pm
a proposition by Jeanne-Salomé Rochat
performed by Fabian Barba, Franziska Aigner, Tuur Marinus, Gabriel Schenker and Marisa Cabal.
As soon as the given constellation of bodies on stage gets off-balance, this very opening motion continues passing on throughout the entire length of the performance. One body propels the next, impulse after impulse, accident after accident. The Way Things Wait pictures both a relentless catastrophe and a complexly designed machinery in which the forces of nature are compelled to do the work.
The piece exploits the productivity of self-imposed constraints, triggering the fabrication of surprising connections and new combinations. Choreography turns into step-by-step problem solving, when each constellation of bodies conditions the possibilities for the next movement.
Text by Busy Rorks
B E R L I N
AKA, an hybrid space in which coexist a gallery, a body-art atelier and a café.
April 9th, 2010, from 6 to 12pm
one night surreal drawing show by Dionisis Kavallieratos.
Titles (in order):
A Ballad for Chicken Banana
Memories of the old Bordello
The birth of a legend
Courtesy of Bugada & Cargnel Gallery (Paris) and The Breeder Gallery (Athens).
pictures of the opening by Sugarhigh Berlin: HERE
P A R I S
78, rue des Archives
November 24th, 2009, at 7 pm
A dance performance by Stève Paulet.
In the presence of artworks by Sarah Andre, Stephane Devidal, Iris van Dongen, Antonello Faretta, Gilles Furtwangler, Athene Galiciadis, Simon Haenni, Charlotte Herzig, Thomas Koenig, Alix Lambert, Jelena Martinovic and Emanuel Rossetti.