2012 MAY 10

M O N T H  O F  P E R F O R M A N C E  A R T – B E R L I N | Born 2011 – Ended 2015

|| MONTH OF PERFORMANCE ART – BERLIN / MAY || Programme 2012 ||                  
THURSDAY MAY 10TH

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KREUZBERG PAVILLON

Time:
20:00
Entrance:
Free
Venue: 
Kreuzberg Pavillon
Old Post, right entrance first floor, Skalitzer Str 86-91, 10997 Berlin www.kreuzbergpavillon.tumblr.com

Curated/Organised by:
Heiko Pfreundt


ABOUT BEING GOD

Picture(Click on image to enlarge)The ability to easily capture and reproduce not only the visual characteristics of the Gods, but also their patterns of movement and their sound, has wide applications for godders in the field. Most godwatchers will keep an eye on Gods around them at all times but will make specific trips to observe them fulltime. The most active times of the year for godding in temperate zones are during the spring or fall migrations when the greatest variety of Gods may be seen. Early mornings are typically better as the God is more active and therefore easier to spot.
About being God is a happening by Kalle von Karl  http://kallekarl.org/

With:
Per Olaf Schmidt   
Nick Meeter          
Eamon Hamill       
rabhansl 
Ruth Mord             
Kristoph Knörzel
+ more


ABOUT KREUZBERG PAVILLON

This ever moving and collective-run guerilla institution from Berlin’s Kreuzberg pops up with artist-curated shows every Thursday night in the Kreuzberg’s ancient red-brickstone post building opposite Görlitzer Park.


ART LABORATORY BERLIN

Time:
20:00
Entrance:
Donations welcomed
Venue: 
Art Laboratory Berlin
Prinzenallee 34, 13359 Berlin 
www.artlaboratory-berlin.org

Curated/Organised by:
Christian de Lutz     


PALINDRONES: MUSICAL TRANSPOSITIONS FOR THE REVERSING MACHINE 

Picture(Click on image to enlarge)Sam Belinfante & Simon Lewandowski Palindrones: Musical Transpositions for  the Reversing Machine. Works by Cage and others adapted for the output of the Reversing Machine plus new sound works by Sam Belinfante and Simon Lewandowski in connection with the exhibition Fantastic Time Machines 

ARTISTS:
Sam Belinfante 
www.sambelinfante.com
Simon Lewandowski
www.lewandowski.lowtech.org


ABOUT ART LABORATORY BERLIN

ART LABORATORY BERLIN, a non-profit organisation, was founded in Autumn 2006 by an international team of art historians and artists. As a non-commercial art space, ART LABORATORY BERLIN was established as a platform for projects concentrating on the border between visual arts and related artistic and scholarly fields. The main focus of interest is the exhibition and placement of contemporary visual art that interacts with other fields, such as text, music, science, law an technology. Each of these points of interaction is represented by a series of diverse exhibitions and events. Our goal is to explore the manifold approaches of interaction and interconnection between genres. Our current and upcoming series are ‘Time and Technology’ and ‘Synaesthesia’. ART LABORATORY BERLIN is also interested in supporting contact between artists and the public as part of our exhibitions. To improve a better understanding of emerging and experimental art, we include public discussions with artists and curators. Additionally our program provides lectures, film screenings, curator’s talks, and workshops. Currently ART LABORATORY BERLIN is run by Christian de Lutz and Regine Rapp.


AGORA 

Time:
Various timings
Cost:
TBC
Venue: 
Agora Collective
Mittleweg 50, 12053 Berlin www.agoracollective.org

Curated/Organised by:
Marcela Donato & Caique Tizzi


WORKSHOP SERIES: AGORA THINKS PERFORMANCE ART  – WS2 WITH DIEGO AGULLO AND DMITRY PARANYUSHKIN (MAY 8TH TO MAY 12TH)

PicturePhoto: Joana Dias (Click on image to enlarge)For the Month of Performance Art, Agora will focus its programme to promote the discussion and education in the field of Performance Art. Through a series of workshops, lectures and performances led by different artists, Agora will investigate and research the topic of Performance Art thus supporting the communication and proximity between audience, artists and the work itself. Within this concept 4 performers have been invited to present workshops, which will lead to a performance/presentation the following week. 

WS 2 – MAY 8th to May 12th
Performance Workshop On Discord with Diego Agulló and Dmitry Paranyushkin

www.diegoagullo.com
www.deemeetree.com

when // 8–12th of May
time // from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
fee // 100 euros
subscription// thinkperformance@agoracollective.org
max// 15 people
Performance – Event “The Grosse Fuge” // 12th of May at  9 p.m. no fee

For more information about the workshop go to: http://agorathinksperformanceart.agoracollective.org/