Live from NYC on Saturday, October 29, Munich 4 PM / New York 10 AM
• Itinerary for live transmission from 50 Taaffe Place, Brooklyn, New York

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Sat, October 29

  • 10:00 AM
  • Session I: On Water
    morning tea on the rooftop
    contribution by Elizabeth Ardent on Standing Rock
  • Elizabeth Ardent
    Julia Gladstone
  • 00:30
  • 10:30 AM
  • Session 2: On Common Ground
    work in progress
    and time management
  • Julia Gladstone
  • 00:30
  • 11:00 AM
  • Session 3: On Air
    burning sage
    describing movement
    transcending and connecting
  • Julia Gladstone
  • open end

The performance program “Human Needs”, part of MUNICH OFF WEEK, presents a new artistic intervention by Alice Peragine (*1986 in Munich). The performance will run from October 23th through the 30th and will open with a series of trailers, jingles and announcements. The piece will conclude with an acoustic live transmission. A radio broadcast will be transmitted from New York via live stream on October 29th at 4 pm (UTC/GMT +1) Munich and 10 am New York time.

• Alice Peragine’s work employs the means of performance and installation art to scrutinize institutionalized power relations. She transposes everyday mechanisms of control such as airport security procedures into new contexts in reenactments that allow us to see them with a fresh and critical eye. Central themes in Peragine’s work include rituals of in- clusion and exclusion, the imprints of structural violence upon the body, and the de nition of public and private spaces in light of changing conceptions of security. (Tobias Peper about “Soft Core — Audio — Visual Room” at Galerie Conradi, Hamburg)

• Julia Gladstone is a choreographer whose work imagines the body beyond the limits of physical containment. Her projects take shape in the forms of dance, video, and participatory workshops. She has presented choreography and video work, and has performed and collaborated on multi-media projects in Germany, Belgium, Israel, Chicago, Massachusetts, Arkansas, Florida, and New York. Most recently, Julia developed a new duet work, ORTAK through residencies at P.A.R.T.S/Rosas in Brussels and Yasmeen Godder Studio in Tel Aviv. Julia received her bachelors degree from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Curated by Johannes Boscher
Website: Stefan Wunderwald, src+