Elastic Habitat is an immersive installation, a playground of textile sculptures for the viewer to interact with or wear.
Meryem Bayram’s work focuses on the relationship between human behaviour and the constructed environment. Using wood, cardboard, and elastic, she creates installations that suggest a physical space while simultaneously challenging the body to change that space.
The Bridegroom is a short dialogue between an author and his niece, Pamela. Using mime, choreographies and Guy de Cointet’s characteristic style, they try to find the woman a partner.
Feeling For You is an ongoing, frequently updated performance lecture that reverse engineers the artist’s practice through a series of personal anecdotes, google searches, images, audience reactions, and video clips.
A Breath cycle is a variable and varied collection of performances about breathing. All creations depart from the same protocol: guidelines for performers and audiences, handed out at the start of the performance.
Outside, it’s dark, and you wish you were holding a glass of whiskey. And then, the music starts ...
The buren collective interprets two characters from Ever Is Over All, a 1997 video work by Pipilotti Rist in which a carefree woman in blue dress smashes car windows while a passing policewoman nods in approval.
In Volatile substances Julian Weber continues his research on traditional japanese tea ceremonies. Looking at this ancient tradition from a present choreographic and sculptural perspective he investigates into the forming of the body due to the practice of tea.
For Playground, Agnès Geoffray presents two works. In the video Sutures, photos follow and flow into one another, vying for attention to challenge our gaze.
Intelligent machines are increasingly important to our society.
The sculpture WONDER-WHAT-TIME-IT-IS is inspired by a short story by the American author Edgar Allen Poe. The story is set in the city of Vondervotteimittiss where life is controlled by a bell tower. One day, an outsider disrupts life in the town.