Turn ON, Tune IN and Drop OUT with the Month of Performance Art–Berlin’s PODCAST series, bringing you the finest and weirdest from MPA-B’s 2014 edition. Mixed and streamed from the MPA-HUB and featuring multimedia contributions from the MPA-Tribe (and beyond), this is the Month of Performance Art–Berlin first digital ether project in collaboration with SPREAKER.COM
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The Month of Performance Art-Berlin hosted Berlin Diagonale on May 6th at the DingDongDom. Within the frame of the Theatertreffen festival, Berlin Diagonale presented a conversation format for visiting industry professionals and artists, producers and performers, such as Constanza Macras/Dorky Park, Theater Thikwa/Monster Truck, Turbo Pascal and the MPA-B artists. Listen to MPA-B co-founder and co-labourer Jörn J. Burmester opening speech. TIMECODE 03:48
First installment of the ARTISTIC RESEARCH programme, a four-part series which will see MPA-B co-labourers exploring different theories, methods and practices in performance art. Part 1 titled ARTISTIC RESEARCH: FOUR APPROACHES. I/IV – DEM GLAUBEN was curated by Joel Verwimp and Teena Lange. These are the recordings from the first two sections of the May 6th’s programme. (Please note the first part of the recording is occasionally distorted due to a strong performing wind)
Latitud 32°N/55°S explores notions, stereotypes and characteristics of “Latinness” and “Latin American Art”. Over the course of three days, Latitud 32°N/55°S presented the work of 11 performance artists who through site-specific performances, indoor actions and lectures exposed the problem of setting standard definitions of art, art practice and context, according to the artists’ geographical and/or ethnic origin.
PART 1: in conversation with Débora Carnevali and Omar Góngora (MX)
PART 2: in conversation with Eduardo Oramas (CO)
PART 3: in conversation with Elizabeth Wurst (PE)
PART 4: in conversation with Lorena Lo Peña (PE)
PART 5: in conversation with Fausto Luna (MX)
PART 6: in conversation with Ian Deleón (CU/BR)
PART 7: in conversation with Diogobo (BR)
Post-performances talk, following showings by Fausto Gracia, Joern J. Burmester and Florian Feigl as part of the third installment of Performer Stammtisch as part of MPA-B 2014.
NowHere Kitchen is a social research platform that derives its philosophies from cooking practices. Cooking with what is there – is the departure point. And the focal space is the kitchen, a space where collaboration can begin in the most basic way – out of hunger. It is a breathing space, an incubator for failures, and a generator of the local and localized contexts. It is liminal. It is home. This is a presentation by NowHere Kitchen founder and MPA-B Co-Labourer Joseph Patricio who together with the amazing chef Ayumi Masa Saito prepared a delicious meal during Ilya Noe’s Artistic Research programme at the MPA-HUB on Wednesday May 29th.