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GRIMMUSEUM Extension Series 2010


Extension Series 1

curated by Andrés Galeano 18 - 24 January 2010 with Christine Haase and Siân Robinson Davies Residence: 18.01.2010 - 24.01.2010 /// Performance: Thursday 21. January at 19.30 Documentation  from 21st  until 24th January

For the first

Series of Extension, Grimmuseum invites Christine Haase (1981, GER.) and Siân Robinson Davies (1986, UK) to work in residence for a week preparing new performances in residence. They are going to work on the notion of extension and exploring new possibilities of performance documentation. On the 21st. of January from 19:30 h. the result of their research is going to be presented as a performance followed up by a discussion with the curator and the artists. After that the documentation is going to replace the live action, extending the performance moment for 3 days in the museum space.

Guerilla Gorilla

The audience is divided into two groups on arrival, one German and one English speaking. The two groups are taken into separate rooms and in each room there is a photograph hanging on the wall. In the first room, the image is a of group gorillas and in the second, a team of guerrilla fighters. Each group has half an hour to recreate the photograph using themselves and a set of props. The aim is to make a new photograph, which is as close to the original as possible. Team work, initiative and good a photographer is everything. For documentation of the evening, see www.guerillagorillas.blogspot.com

Siân Robinson Davies

semiotic games,

visual puns and the exploitation of double meanings. Her performances often work akin to riddles or puzzles, asking audiences to think laterally, in order to negotiate the rules or logic dictating of work. More informations: www.sianrobinsondavies.com

Christine Haase

My performances are game and communication with things of daily routine. I transform, lift up from form and invent a new one – even the visitor invents his own one. In this the comedy and lightness slips down. On quest finding a minimal track in actions I use installation and light time by time. I give images free and spontaneous stories (those between image and action). I set these “head-pictures” in an outside where I connect them with the room in where I am. My education is based on very different subjects. Mainly I studied fine art, art pedagogy and teaching special needs at University Flensburg [GER] and Högskolan Väst, [SE]. Since 2008 I live as free artist in Berlin. I work in “Well…come 21 - the boarder area between art and nature science“, a research pro-ject on perception of

reality and consciousness.

studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths (London) and has since continued to make per-formances at festivals and events in the UK and Europe, such as Experimentica 09 (Cardiff), ZOOM! Westeuropa (Hildesheim), Showroom (Aberystwyth), Testing Grounds (Brighton), East End Collabora-tions 09 (London), Supperclub (Brighton) and Preview Berlin: The Emerging Art Fair (Berlin). Siân’s performances consist of

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Extension Series 1 - Christine Haase / Si창n Robinson Davies


Extension Series 1 - Christine Haase / Si창n Robinson Davies


Extension Series 1 - Christine Haase / Si창n Robinson Davies


Extension Series 2

curated by Andrés Galeano 08 - 14 March 2010 with Antoni Karwowski and BBB Johannes Deimling Residence: 08.03.2010 - 14.03.2010 /// Performance: Thursday 11. March at 19.30 Documentation  from 12th  until 14th March Lecturing Guest Christopher Hewitt 13. march at 18.00

For the second

Series of Extension curator and Performance Artist Andres Galeano invites an interesting combination: the polish artist Antoni Karwowski and german artist BBB Johannes Deimling. Since more than 10 years the two artists have had an intensive artistical exchange, a process that is constantly inspiring for thier works and discussions. Karwoski and Deimling share a similar expression of action, both using aspects of poetry in their action, without any spoken word. The reduced actions of Karwowski and Deimling are used in thier own performances bringing the audience to a certain atmosphere, where the concrete action and its poetical meanings opens a wide range of interpretation, and - without being empathic – emotional access is appearing for the viewer. Their personal aproaches and their cultural backgrounds are different. Between these differences are the similarities; the fruitful aspect in the works of Antoni Karwowski and BBB Johannes Deimling.

Antoni Karwowski

By creating new situations, I want to scan my inner-self in order to salvage momentos of long gone memories, lost emotions, unforgettable images, sounds, words, smells. I place them in a self-created area where they are born again through the poetry of new gesturessymbols, rituals and become more universal. I search for materials with a rich symbolic value, those with a high level of ‘energetic tension’ (salt, ash, photography, water, lead, light, sound). The fact these materials are prone to erosion and very receptive to changing surroundings illustrates their physical ‘weakness’ and temporary nature, an inability to withstand the effects of time. Though the linking of autobiographical and universal elements I strive to make

my actions more personal.

I play a ‘game’ within the realms of reality, memory, and vision. In their common tension I search for evidence of universal clarity. It’s precisely this area where I try to define my worries, desires, hopes.

BBB Johannes Deimling

uses everyday objects to create a living image (agierte Bilder) reflecting a society full of contradictions, sentimentality, stupidity, creativity and cooperation. Finding ideas and suggestions from the banality of daily life, Deimling transforms topics such as patience, will, war, religion and transportation

into physical and poetical images.

The artist’s head is often a focus in the work, as an integral part of a living sculpture or as material in a performance. Since 1988, BBB Johannes Deimling has worked as an artist in the fields of performance art video, installation, drawing and music. His work has been presented at events and festivals in Europe, Israel, Canada, South america and Cuba. Since 1998, Deimling has devoted much of his practice to lecturing on performance art at various academic institutions including: F+F (Switzerland) since 1998 and the Academy of Arts in Tallinn, Estonia, The Akademi for Szene Kunst in Norway. 2000 he founded PAS Performance Art. Studies, a workshop project realized in Canada, Germany, Israel, France, Czech Republic,...

More informations: www.bbbjohannesdeimling.de

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Extension Series 2 - Antoni Karwowski / BBB Johannes Deimling


Extension Series 2 - Antoni Karwowski / BBB Johannes Deimling


Extension Series 2 - Antoni Karwowski / BBB Johannes Deimling


EXTENSION SERIES 3

curated by Andrés Galeano with Essi Kausalainen and Andreas Sell Residence: 19-25 April 2010 Performances: 22 April 2010, 19:30h Documentation: 23-25 April Lecturing Guest: 25 April, 18:00 h. Johannes Lothar Schröder Documentation: 23-25 April

For the third Series of Extension, Andrés Galeano invites an interesting combination of young artists: the Finnish Essi Kausalainen and the German Andreas Sell. The two artists will portray a different way to understand a performance: Sell’s work being conceptual and minimalistic, and Kausalainen’s pieces building a very gentle and poetic language of physical images. Both artists, however, have a very special manner to include others in their own performances and to extend their artistical actions towards the audience.

andreas SELL

was born in 1977 in Bayreuth / Germany. Currently he´s living in Berlin. 2008 he graduated from the School of Art and Design Berlin Weißensee. In 2006 he received an annual scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to continue his studies in the MFA program in New Forms at Pratt Institute NYC.

2008 he received the Mart Stam Award for most promising young artists of the School of Art and Design Berlin Weißensee. 2009 he received a postgraduate scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service to continue his artistic work in the People´s Republic China.

making (of becoming). They built a poetic language of images, gestures and spaces – a language that invites the audience into a gentle dialogue. The medium of my work varies from performance and installation to drawing and video. www.essikausalainen.com

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Dr. Johannes LOTHAR SCHRöder

I occupy myself with the idea that people will have to use less time in the future to acquire sufficient means for financing their basic needs. How will people use their free time then? My work as an artist is dedicated to the organization of everyday working relationships. I stage work, thereby turning it into a performance. www.andreassell.com

ESSI kausalainen Essi Kausalainen (b.1979) studied performance art and performance theory at Turku Arts Academy and the Theater Academy of Finland. Since 2000 Kausalainen has performed in numerous festivals around the world (Europe, Asia, America), and has had three solo exhibitions in Helsinki (2007, 2008 and 2010).

is based in Hamburg. His free lance research has backgrounds in art-history and visual arts and focuses on Futurism and Performance Art. He actually is concerned with the recycling of his archive into objects, performances and installations like “Relic-Lounge”. A prototype of it was realized during the www.performancefestival.de at Salzau and lead to “Architexture” (Performance Research, Vol. 11, No. 3). Schröder is also member of the board of Einstellungsraum www.einstellungsraum.de and co-editor of the „journal oriental“www.amokkoma.eu Documentation: 23-25 April Documentation: 23-25 April Documentation: 23-25 April

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In my work I explore the human body/being in relation to the space that surrounds it. I’m interested in the physical experience of being (body as a space, body as an action, body as an identity). The pieces are often based on a slow process of

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Extension Series 3 - Andreas Sell / Essi Kausalainen


Extension Series 3 - Andreas Sell / Essi Kausalainen


Extension Series 3 - Andreas Sell / Essi Kausalainen


Extension series 4 Curated by Andrés Galeano Documentation 03 - 06 june Performance 03 June 19:30 Lecturing guest 06 June 18:00

Maria Cosmes Roman (Barcelona, 1963)

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A fundamental feature of my work is the search and appropriation for an own space and time, that are at the same time of other people, aliens; through a symbolic manipulation that gives sense to these space and time, which simultaneously are a product of that manipulation. I use what I call “cultural materials”, either objects or ideas with their own inherited symbolic load, torsioning them to transform them into own symbols which I attempt to share with the other ones. To get sense is necessary to interrelate with the others. I consider my work an experimental project of re-appropriation and resignificance of cultural symbols coming from the prevailing symbolic imaginary. Every project is presented as an effort to intervene in this imaginary introducing aesthetic and reflexive elements in different contexts in order to modify it. That’s a slow experiment, however, ambitious that searches to manipulate and to make a detournement of the established cultural codes to sanitize them of obsolete and coercive symbolic meanings for the real men and women and to regenerate the symbolic fabric in our society. Finally, as an artist woman, I realise that is evident that each one of us brings along ourselves and along our body the “stigma” of the feminine. Any woman that shows herself publicly is not only another individual human being; she brings out the myth that exists in all women and each one of them. Because of that, as an artist I’m interested in creating situations in which my presence and my attitude towards the other, men and women, becomes a symbolic object that transgresses the individual to become universal: gentle, sharp, indifferent... www.maria-cosmes.org Studies in Prehistory and Ancient History (University of Barcelona 1988), Studies in Cultural Anthropology (University of Barcelona 1993), Postgrau in African Studies (Rovira i Virgili University, Tarragona, 1994). She starts her artistic career in 1993 with visual poetry and artistic installations. In 1998, she starts to work intensively in Performing Arts and she shows her work in different countries of Europe, America and Asia, in festivals and in art centres, among others, in FADO (2007, Toronto. Canada), Centre International Poésie Marseille (2004, Marseille, France), Infr’actions (2006, Fran-

ce), Performances de tout genre. Arsenic ( 2007, Switzerland) VIVA Festival (2006, Montreal. Canada) Là-Bas and Augusta Gallery (2002 and 2004, Helsinki, Finland), in Konsthallen (Gotemburg (2006, Sweden), La Casa Encendida (2005, Madrid), in Santa Mònica Arts Centre (2006, Barcelona), in Contemporary Culture Centre of Barcelona (2005, Barcelona), Sinopale, Contemporary Art Biennial (2008, Turkey), 10 Open Performance Arts Festival (2009, Beijing, China). As a cultural manager she has been in organisation of different events of visual poetry, mail art and performing arts, since 1997. She is founding member of eBent, International Festival of Performance, that take place every year since 2001 (http://www.ebent.org) She had receiving some art grants from Autonomous Government of Catalonia and Institut Ramon Llull.

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Artistic trajectory

Before finishing my studies in Anthropology, I begin to interest me in art world as a way less restrictive to express my critic and creators impulses. After working in Visual Poetry and Artistic Installation with Group STIDNA! , in 1996 I discover Performance Art, since then I have been almost totally dedicate to develop my artistic work in this area. With my performances I explore, politically and emotionally, complex and dangerous world of human relationships and the imaginary is associated. I always use the interrelation with participant audience to cause evolve my artwork. I have been invited by diverse national and international festivals to show my work in different cities of Spain, Europe, America and Asia. The last four years, my career moves towards the creation of performances that results in performatic installations and in production of objects, these ones become independent from process gave them origin, to achieve new plastic and symbolic readings in the receiving users. Some performance art works in last years: ‘Liens, Le lien est rouge, While we were weaving, S/T, The Seamstress, Between two, Entomological collection, Saeta of silence, Manual of elegance and efficiency always and everywhere.

NIEVES CORREA

performances is not only on what I say, I never liked boastful speeches, but on how I say it: with my presence, in the spaces I choose and with the materials I use. Let’s say that from thetangible reality I like building up different stories. “Form”, the formal structure of each performance, is very important for me. Because if the form could be separated from the content (what is said and how is said) which I doubt, in my work that element that we could name “narrative”, it is not a conscious proposal but a “manifestation” of the unconscious, of my own myths and fears, of what I am and the time and circumstances I live in and, as I see it, uncontrollable and untouchable. I begin to develop as performance artist from 1987, and since 1990 I hadorganised festivals and meetings of performance art and I had given courses and conferences at Universities, Museums, Cultural Institutions, etc.. www.nievescorrea.org Some of my recent works have taken place at: Infr’action Festival ( Sète – France). International Performance Festival Turbine Giswill (Switzerland) Arteleku. (San Sebastian – Spain) Artium Museum. (Vitoria, Spain) Vostell. Malpartida (Cáceres - Spain), España Bienal de Zamora (Zamora - Spain) international Performance Festival (Lisboa - Portugal) LiveAction (Gotemburg - Sweden) IMAF-10 (Odzaci and Novi Sad - Serbia) Contemporary Art Center (Burgos - Spain) Art-Contac at ForumBox (Helsinki – Finland) Museum of Contemporary Art of Valencia – IVAM (Spain). Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla y León - MUSAC (Spain). Frictions. Performance Art Festival. (Upsala - Sweden). Museum of Contemporary Art of Santiago de Compostela – CGAC (Spain). Harta Performance Festival (Monza - Italy). Fine Art School University of Vigo (Spain). E.P.I-Zentrum (Essen - Germany). Kaskadenkondensator (Basel - Switzerland) University of Montevideo (Uruguay). National Museun of Fine Arts (Buenos Aires - Argentina). LeLieu (Quebec, Canada). In 2003 I got one of the Madrid Fine Arts Grants. I am the artistic director of Accion! Mad International Live Art Festival in Madrid www.accionmad.org

(Madrid 1960)

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I nourish myself from daily life as an inspiring element for my work, perhaps because I am notmuch imaginative and have always had my feet on the ground. That “daily nature” in my

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Extension Series 4 - Maria Cosmes Roman / Nieves Correa


Extension Series 4 - Maria Cosmes Roman / Nieves Correa


Extension Series 4 - Maria Cosmes Roman / Nieves Correa


Extension series 5 Curated by Andrés Galeano Documentation 30 Aug. - 05 Sept. 2010 Performance 03 Sept. 19:30 Performance Art Jukebox 05 Sept. 19:00 by Christopher Hewitt For the fifth Series of Extension, Andrés Galeano invites an interesting combination of two young artists based in Berlin: the Portuguese Márcio Carvalho and the German Elisa Haug. Both perfomance artists work with a variety of media. During their Extension residence they will show how they include other disciplines –like video, installation, painting and sculpture – within a performance, as well as their particular manner to transform daily rituals into an artistic experience.

Márcio Carvalho

Christopher Hewitt

born 1981 in Lagos (Portugal). He works as an artist, researcher and curator in the field of performance art, video and photography. Since 2009 Márcio Carvalho is the curator of the artist residence program Hotel25 in Berlin, the director and curator of the Performance festival “PLOT in Situ” in Berlin and the director and producer of the TV show “The powers of art”. He graduated in ESAD - Escola Superior de Arte e Design in Caldas da Rainha (Portugal) with a degree in Visual Arts.

has been involved in area of performance art for the past 20 years, working as a curator, teacher, facilitator and very occasionally as a performance artist himself. For nearly 10 years he was based in London where, amongst other things, he ran his own performance art venue ‘Hollywood Leather’ and worked as the Director of Live Art at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. In 1999 he went on to set up a performance art degree programme in Turku, Finland. Over the past four years he has worked as the producer for the Norwegian performance theatre group ‘Baktruppen’. He is currently resident in Berlin from where, since January 2006, he has been publishing ‘liveartwork DVD’, a quarterly collection of performance art video documentation.

Marcio’s work is based on physical and theoretical research of concepts such as memory and mechanical, cultural, social and political structures. In a final stage of his works, poetry and metaphor are the forms that he uses to built his actions and performances. The artist works relies on its multidisciplinary ability of crossing disciplines. He believes that video, photography, painting, sculpture and theater play many different roles in his performances.

The Performance Art Jukebox playlist features around 200 videos including work by artists such as: Annie Sprinkle, Franko B, Denis Oppenheim, Chris Burden, Gilbert & George, Lone Twin, Hermann Nitsch, John Bock, Spalding Grey, Roi Vaara, Alistair McLennan, Gary Stevens, Baktruppen and many others.

You are invited to come and enjoy a drink, a chat and select an interesting video clip from the Performance Art Jukebox. Christopher will be on hand to give background information about the artists and work.

www.marciocarvalhoartwork.blogspot.com

www.liveartwork.com

This art fields are tools to be used in performance actions and to be forgotten as individual disciplines”.

Elisa Haug was born in 1976 in Lindau (Germany). She studied at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design and at the Berlin University of the Arts. In 2005 she received a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for postgraduate studies in Ljubljana (Slovenia). Since 2010 the studio support program of the Berlin Senate supports herwork.

In my artwork I always try to bring up and deal with a subject in an intermediate way of working. Often my approach is like an investigation. I combine painting, drawing, installation and performance. I thereby deal with topics like identity in relation to culture, society, civilization, clichés, habits and history. Also I examine my own existence in relation to these issues” www.elisahaug.de

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Extension Series 5 - Mรกrcio Carvalho / Elisa Haug


Extension Series 5 - Mรกrcio Carvalho / Elisa Haug


Extension Series 5 - Mรกrcio Carvalho / Elisa Haug


Extension series 6 Curated by Andrés Galeano Performances Duration: 9 - 14 Nov. 14 -19h. Performances Openning: 11. Nov 19:30h Lecture: 14 Nov. 18h. “Yingmei Duans Solo Show In Grimmuseum In 2015” by Yingmei Duan For the sixth Series of Extension Andrés Galeano invites two very dynamic and productive artists: the Bosnian Ivan Civic and the Chinese Yingmei Duan in collaboration with Lan Hungh. After their last long-durational performance projects: Yingmei Duan working intensively in a children hospice in UK and Ivan Civic’s daily performance Shedding Time at the Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, the two artists will share a short residence at Grimmuseum and, respectively, exhibit the outcome of their latest artistic researches to the Berlin audience.

Yingmei duan At the centre of her performance art is the exploration of human instincts, longings, and dark desires. She examines the processes of society and questions its conventions and behaviours. Born in China in 1969, Yingmei Duan is part of the Chinese avant-garde, and worked as a painter for many years, living in the legendary art district of Beijing’s East Village. In 1995 she participated in the performance “To add one meter to an anonymous mountain”, which is considered to be one of the classics of Chinese modern art. She became a pure performance artist under the influence of Marina Abramovic, with whom she studied at the HBK Braunschweig in Germany from 2000 to 2004. There, she also worked for one year with the film-maker and action artist Christoph Schlingensief. In the last fifteen years Yingmei Duan has made her name in numerous national and international exhibitions, festivals and workshops through her performance art. Yingmei is an inquisitive observer who asks questions of all facets of life in order to continuously learn and develop. She often impulsively and spontaneously develops performances as situational experiments. On the other hand she can also plan her performances with intense attention being paid to the last detail. She loves to interact with the public and likes to work with artists and people from all areas of life. Her artworks are works in progress, and are often stretched over long periods of time. www.yingmei-art.com

ivan civic born 1979 in Sarajevo/Bosnia and Herzegovina. He studied experimental video, film and performance at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste (HBK) in Braunschweig/Germany among others with Marina Abramovic (MA 2005/2006). He has been active for several years in the international art scene and has shown his work at such prestigious art spaces as P.S.1 in New York, NY/USA, the Irish Museum for Modern Art in Dublin/Ireland, MARTa Herford in Herford/Germany, the Galleria Civica in Trento/Italy, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam/Netherlands, and the Biennale in Venice/Italy.

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Ivan Civic works in the fields of performance, video installation, photography and design and concentrates on the analysis of society and its structures, searching for limits inside conventional

unions such as the family nucleus, relationships, cultural and intellectual environments. Through the use of icons, symbols and fetishes instinctively obtained from the domestic circles and from the public scene, Civic expresses mechanisms, dynamics, contradictions and conflicts of relational environments. He received the first prize at Premio Internazionale della Performance in Trento in 2006 and a grant from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for the best international art student of the year at the HBK Braunschweig in 2003. Civic was selected by Dan Graham for the Akademie Schloss Solitude grant and residency for the years 2009/2010 in the field of visual arts. He has just come back to Berlin from Stuttgart where he performed his performance : “Shedding Time” for three consecutive weeks (seven ininterrupted hours a day) at the Württembergischer Kunstverein. www.ivancivic.com

lan hungh graduated from Taiwan University of Arts. Hungh’s practice consists of performance, music, installations, videos, sculptures and curatings, explores the concept of the everyday and life’s intimacies. With a mixture of culture his performance functions as a diary and incorporates music and movement of personal experience. The experience of working in different fields inspired him today to challenge the existence of categories, his recent works are mixture of emptiness and everything, and focus on Chinese old philosophy of “non-action”. www.lanhungh.blogspot.com


Extension Series 6 - Ivan Civic / Yingmei Duan


Extension Series 6 - Ivan Civic / Yingmei Duan


Extension Series 6 - Ivan Civic / Yingmei Duan


pas extension with BBB Johannes Deimling 08-18.07.2010 Performance:16-17.07.10, h. 19.30 12 Menschen werden sich am 8. Juli 2010 in Berlin im Grim Museum treffen, um gemeinsam künstlerisch zu arbeiten. Die Leute, zwischen 23 und 62 Jahre alt, kommen aus Deutschland, Spanien, USA, Kanada, Finnland, Israel, Venezuela, den Niederlanden und sind allesamt Teilnehmer der PAS - Performance Art Studies des Performance-Künstlers und Globetrotters BBB Johannes Deimling, der u.a. Lehraufträge an der F+F, Schule für Kunst und Mediendesign in Zürich, der estnischen Kunstakademie in Tallinn, der TU in Dresden sowie der Akademie für Szenekunst in Fredrikstad bei Oslo bekleidet. PAS – Performance Art Studies entwickelte BBB Johannes Deimling aus seiner Lehrtätigkeit heraus und realisierte die Performance Studien erfolgreich in Estland, Norwegen, Finnland, Frankreich, Serbien, Kanada, Israel, Polen, Tschechien und Deutschland. Ziel dieser Studien ist es in Kooperation mit internationalen Performance Festivals und Kunstinstitutionen ein umfangreiches Lehrprogram für Kunststudenten und junge Performer anzubieten, welches die Erarbeitung einer eigenständigen Performance zum Abschluss fokussiert. Die 10 taegigen, intensiven Studien stehen immer in einem Kontext oder es wird zu einem bestimmten Thema oder Anlass gearbeitet. In diesem Jahr findet PAS –

Performance Art Studies in Kooperation mit dem Grim Museum, Enrico Centonze, in Berlin statt und soll als feste Einrichtung des Museums jedes Jahr im Juli realisiert werden. Die Studien stehen im Kontext der EXTENSION Series, ein regelmäßig stattfindendes Performance Program des Grim Museums kuratiert von Andres Galeano. Die Extension-Serie konzentriert sich auf aufstrebende und etablierte internationale Künstler, die an den Grenzen von PerformanceKunst forschen und auf innovative Weise die traditionellen Elemente einer Performance: Raum, Zeit, Künstler Körper, Aktionen, Objekte und die Beziehung mit dem Publikum versuchen zu erweitern. Extension sucht die Spannung im Entstehungsprozess von Performance Kunst und erweitert den ephemeren Augenblick auch mit den Mitteln der Dokumentation. Extension versteht Performance Art als dynamisches Medium, die Cross- und Interdisziplinarität nutzt, um neue Perspektiven in der zeitgenössischen Kunst zu erforschen. Diesen und vielen weiteren Fragen widmen sich die Teilnehmer in dem einwöchigen Intensivseminar rund um das Thema Extension, mit dem Ziel, eine Performance zu erarbeiten. Die Teilnehmer Helene Lefebvre (Kanada), Arttu Palmio (Finnland),

Bernard Roddy (USA), Marcel Sparmann (Deutschland), Renee van Trier (Niederlande), Felix Fernandez (Spanien), Ieke Trinks (Niederlande), Amelie Ares (Kanada), Gabriëlle Barros Martins (Niederlande), Sebastian Funk (Deutschland), Ana Alenso (Venezuela), Michal Samama (Israel) werden ihren Körper als Werkzeug nutzen, kommunizieren über Bilder die sie kreieren, indem sie sich in Bezug zu Raum und Zeit setzen, studieren die Atmosphäre ihrer Umgebung, die Energie der anderen Teilnehmer und formen so, nach und nach, visuelle Entsprechungen, die in eine künstlerische Performance münden. Was sie zu sagen haben, kann man sich bei der Präsentation der erarbeiteten Performances im Rahmen der Abschlusspräsentationen am 16. und 17. Juli live im Grim Museum ansehen: Wann: Freitag, den 16. und Samstag den 17. Juli 2010, um 19:30 Uhr Wo: Grim Museum, Fichte Strasse 2, 10967 Berlin, (U-Bahn 7, Südstern), www.grimmuseum.com Performance Art Studies: BBB Johannes Deimling www.bbbjohannesdeimling.de bbb@bbbjohannesdeimling.de


PAS Extension


PAS Extension


PAS Extension


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