This is Still Not Normal, the choreographic piece about sexuality and intimacy proposed by Juan Domínguez and Arantxa Martínez is revisiting Berlin in February for a special one-off performance as part of the exhibition ‘Skin’ at the Zentrum für Aktuelle Kunst at the Zitadelle in Spandau.
There are two performance slots on Saturday 25 February: 15:00 (3pm) and 16:00 (4pm)
The performance is free but you need to book a slot in advance. To do so, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org saying what time you would like to attend.
Special tip: The performances are one-on-one. If you came to the 3pm performance, there could be space left on the 4pm performance and you could experience it with another performer.
Performers: Daniel Belasco Rogers, Ghyslaine Gau, Sangeeta Lerner, Guilherme Morais, Noa Noelani, Lola Rubio
Even though juggling online and presence teaching through our Guest Professorship at the UdK Studium Generale for Interdisciplinary Artistic Practice and Theory, finishing a PhD at Exeter University (Sophia) and teaching still at the HZT, Berlin is taking a lot of time and energy we thought we’d let you know what else we have been up to….
Dan continued his collaboration with Sabine Zahn in August and September with the project Into Dwelling, where they made a site responsive performative study of the area near Alexanderplatz.
Sophia and Ruby took part in a podcast series that Sheena McGrandles initiated called Don’t Mother Me For the upcoming podcast they discussed the video they made together in 2014 called ‘The matter between me and you’ which they then showed as part of an accompanying exhibition taking place during Sheena’s latest performance, Dawn – a Musical on Reproduction at the end of September
Dan is currently rehearsing with She She Pop on their latest production, Dance Me which is currently scheduled to premiere in January 2022 at Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin
Sophia and Ruby will be presenting the video The Matter Between Me and You in the exhibition Künstlereltern at the Künstlerhaus Dortmund. The exhibition opens on 5th Sept at 2pm (where they will be present) and continues till 11th October.
Sophia’s video How I loved you until I could no longer see you is part of the group show Intimität in der Medienkunst, curated by imai at the Neuer Kunstraum in Düsseldorf. The exhibition runs from 6 September – 13 October, 2019
Soph is a performer in our friend Georg Klein’s video installation Fog at the Großer Wasserspeicher in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin. The sound art festival he has co-curated and produced, Dystopie, runs from 21-30 September. Check out the web site for venues and times.
Our new installation Knotting Time is coming together for the group show Networking the Unseen at Villa Merkel curated by Gretta Louw. If you are near Esslingen, do pop by on the 17th December between 11:00–15:00 where we will be in the gallery showing how to knot our data carpets. Related to the carpets we are also displaying pen plots of the time spent inside and outside over the years 2016 and 2015 and a video about the process of making the carpets with others.
The exhibition officially opens on 20th December and runs till 4th March.
Join us this Friday 29 September at 8.00pm where you can see the outcomes of our Swarm Cell City slime mould workshop at Art Laboratory Berlin. The exhibition features Heather Barnett und Saša Spacal and will run until 26 November. Opening times are Friday – Sunday 2-6pm or by appointment.