Movements at an Exhibition and Borderlines
Double lecture performance by Manuel Pelmuș to be held at two different venues simultaneously: Salonul de proiecte and Ivan Gallery, Bucharest
Wednesday, April 18, 8 pm
Salonul de proiecte, Tipografia Universul, 1st floor, Ion Brezoianu 23-25
Ivan Gallery, Dimitrie Grecescu 13
In the lecture performance Movements at an Exhibition and Borderlines Manuel Pelmuș reflects on the “performance turn” in contemporary art, on the experience economy, the mechanisms of value production, the strategies of disappearance, and the politics of visibility in our media-saturated society. His discourse in structured according to the limits entailed by the physical body. To be more precise, the limits between live performance and audio installation here become increasingly porous. The hierarchy of the senses undergoes a process of alteration: hearing supersedes vision. Different versions of this performance recently took place in Paris, Berlin, Hong Kong, Düsseldorf, and Zagreb. It will be held in English.
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Manuel Pelmuș (b. 1974, Bucharest) lives and works in Oslo and Bucharest. He is one of the leading artists of the “new performance turn,” who have been reimagining the role of performance in the context of the visual arts over the last decade. In recent years, his projects have been shown at Para Site, Hong Kong (2017-18), Tate Modern, London and Tate Liverpool (2016); Ludwig Museum, Cologne (2016); Off-Biennale Budapest (2015 and 2017); Kyiv Biennale (2015); Centre Pompidou, Paris (2014); Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2014); Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2014); Para Site, Hong Kong (2014); Venice Biennale (2013), among others. He was awarded the 2012 Berlin Art Prize for performing arts and the Excellence Award of the National Dance Centre, Bucharest, in 2014.
This program is organised by the Salonul de proiecte Association as part of the project The Grey Zone.
With the support of: The National Centre for Dance Bucharest; CEREFREA Villa Noël Bucharest; The National University of Arts Bucharest; Neuer Berliner Kunstverein Berlin; Galeria Ivan Bucharest
A cultural project co-funded by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund.
photo credits: Cătălin Olteanu