TUESDAY MAY 19, 2015
ONGOING LONG-DURATION PROJECTS:
May 12-29: THIS IS [TO TELL IT AS] IT: MPA━B ANTHOLOGY (2011-2015) SOUND PLANTby The Committee on Publicness
SHIFTS – INVESTIGATING SCORE IN PERFORMANCE ART
PERFORMANCE AND EXHIBITION
TIME: 13:00-17:00 Durational Performances & Exhibition –BREAK– 19:00-23:00 Evening performance programme
LOCATION: Meinblau e.V. (MPA-HUB) Haus 5D, Christinenstraße 18-19, 10119, www.meinblau.de
CURATED BY: Katie Lee Dunbar and Anaïs Héraud www.katieleedunbar.de, anaisheraud.com
Photo Credit: Titta Court
Some scores* might be the core of the performance, others are the remaining traces. Sometimes they are material for improvisation. Scores can remain private and help to reach a certain state for the live act, others might be artwork in themselves. Where does script end and the artwork begin? What is the shift from concept to performance?
We invite performance artists: Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, John Court, Katie Lee Dunbar, Camilla Graff Junior, Leena Kela, Anaïs Héraud & Till Baumann; all of whom have developed a practice of score writing. Throughout the 19th of May the seven artists will share their methods and enter a dialog; showing visual, textual and audio scores as well as the relevant performances.
*Event scores – instructions for a performance. Widely known as a result of the Fluxus movement.
13:00-17:00 Durational Performances & Exhibition
19:00-23:00 Evening performance programme
Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro www.nbikoro.com
John Court www.johncourtnow.com
Katie Lee Dunbar www.katieleedunbar.de
Camilla Graff Junior www.facebook.com/CamillaGraffJunior
Leena Kela www.leenakela.com + www.kahviland.com
Anaïs Héraud & Till Baumann heraudbaumann.com
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