WEDNESDAY MAY 22ND > back to calendar
ONGOING PROJECTS AND ASSOCIATE CURATORS’ PROGRAMME:
◊ KLIMA BERLIN 1 (closing day)
◊ VERB WOMAN TV/VERB FRAU TV
◊ PANIK AT BRUNCH + PANIK FOR OPEN FLOOR
– WATCHING A CAT WATCHING A MOUSE HOLE (exhibition opening)
– WATER (performance closing day / exhibition May 30)
– HOT ACTS (URBAN RITUALS)
– ARTIST IN EXHIBITION
– ON OFF MOMENTS
REIVAX X: A DAILY COMEDY OF LOVE CHANGES
Magno Geraldo Ribeiro de Assis
Reivax X will carry his own home inside a suitcase, which he will gradually assemble on the street, with a series of performative actions including: a night’s sleep, waking up in the morning, personal hygiene, the beloved reception and finally the preparation of a meal for a romantic evening, whose outcome will be a disagreement between the two lovers, culminating with the end of the relationship. All the actions are comical, playful and without words, guided by an original soundtrack that will take place within the same scenario.
WHERE: KuLe | Auguststrasse 10, 10117 | www.kuletheater.de Photo Credit: Anna Frost
MOONLIGHT LOUNGE AT KULE
Laura McLardy, Susan Ploetz and Joachim Hamou
Moonlight Lounge presents a series of performative works by Laura McLardy, Susan Ploetz and Joachim Hamou. Oscillating between stages of exclusion and inclusion through sound, movement and film they interpret the potentiality of performance embedded in the encounters with the public.
Laura McLardy (UK) will show a continuation of “Crossing The Room in One Step”, a series of choreographed movements combining elements of the Viennese Waltz and the folkloric tradition of braiding. Joachim Hamou (SE) will screen “The Fiesta”, the documentation of a grand scale performance filmed in Marfa, Texas. The local community comprised of border control agents and Donald Judd employees are introduced to a setting of the 1846 Mexican War underpinning former and existing hierarchies. Susan Ploetz (US) will show her new work “I like It and It likes me”, an exploration of the activated space of things and things and the really real.
WHERE: online screening at www.lalocuracura.com Photo Credit: Lalo Gomes
VARIATIONS AND REVIEWS (PREMIERE)
Variations and Reviews is a film composed of what emerges from the willingness of bodies to submit themselves to an audiovisual material that lends each one to the objective of bearing witness to one’s own infinite and interminable capacity. A cycle of acts called ‘My body is yours’ was implemented in Berlin March and May, and the ideas that have come out of this process are the basis of this film.