Participating in Franko B's Birthday Bash FUCK/LIVE/ART exhibition at the Flying Dutchman in London, UK.
This Sunday the 31st of January 2016, 16:00-00:00.
The Flying Dutchman, 156, Wells Way, London, UK.
Participating in NEON + MAI, AS ONE, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece, 10/03/2016-14/04/2016
I am presenting “Corner Time”, a long durational performance
commissioned by the NEON Organisation and the Marina Abramović Institut (MAI).
@Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece
every day 10/03/2016 – 24/04/2016
Tue – Thu | 12.00 – 20.00
Fri |12.00 – 22.00
Sat | 12.00 – 20.00
Sun | 10.00 – 18.00
Mon | closed
For more information please visit: http://www.neon.org.gr/gr/exhibition/long-durational-performance-gr/
"Cleaning the house" NEON + MAI Marina Abramović Institute
Video taken from the NEON vimeo channel https://vimeo.com/neongreece #AsOne #CleaningTheHouse
The six Greek artists presenting long-durational performances as part of “As One” (who will be performing non-stop for eight hours each day, six days a week, over the course of seven weeks) went to live in a small village surrounded by snow in the Corinthian mountains for almost ten days. They were there to take part in “Cleaning the House” — a method designed by Marina Abramović thirty years ago to prepare artists for performance. In this video, you can see the six Greek artists undergoing all the stages of this process, that aims to leave them in perfect spiritual and physical condition. Marina Abramović explains: “It has to be too hot or too cold, you are not talking and you are not eating for the first three days. And then you are doing really difficult exercises. Writing just your name for hours, holding the mirror in front of you. Trying like a blind man to find your way ‘home’. If you are an artist, you have to be able to see and feel with all your body.” And the artist notes: “To do performance, you must be in the present time, in the here and now. Only then can you give your complete attention to the public. Otherwise the energy is not flowing, the miracle is not happening.”
Video by Tokomburu
"Corner Time" 324hrs long durational performance commisioned by NEON + MAI
“Corner Time”, a long durational performance commissioned by the NEON Organisation and the Marina Abramović Institut (MAI).
Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece, 10/03/2016 – 24/04/2016
This performance explores the mental spaces that open up during control exchange in human relationships. Over the course of seven weeks, for eight hours per day, the artist will “host” the audience in an enclosed space and perform a set of actions combining methods and goals drawn from practices of meditation, discipline and restriction. The goal of this piece is to create potent, experimental situations of control exchange while playing with the multiple functions of the gaze: a mechanism for introspection, surveillance, recognition and communication.
"Aftercare I" 20hrs long durational performance in: RCA Fine Art Research Exhibition: MATTER (12-15 May 2016)
“Aftercare I”, 20hrs long durational performance,
12/05/2016 – 15/05/2016
Royal College of Art, Battersea, Woo Studios, Floor 1, Floor 2.
EXHIBITING ARTISTS //
Anna Adahl, Steven Aishman, Cradeaux Alexander, Manca Bajec, Anja Borowicz, Flora Bowden, Desmond Brett, Annabelle Craven-Jones, Jeroen van Dooren, Maria Gafarova, Georgios Kontis, Melanie K King, Adam Knight, Soon Hak Kwon, Jane Harris, Nayan Kulkarni, Julian Lass, Janina Lange, Ruth Maclennan, Christina Mamakos, Carol Mancke, Brigid Mc Leer, Finlay McInally, Ruidi Mu, Liz Murray, Laura Oldfield Ford, Joana Pereira, Joanna Rojkowska, Kyung Hwa Shon, Armelle Skatulski, Dawn Woolley, Frances Young, Despina Zacharopoulou
PRIVATE VIEW //
12 May 2016 6-8pm
Performance by Janina Anja Lange at 7.30pm
Ongoing Performance by Despoina Zacharopoulou
EXHIBITION CONTINUES //
Friday 13th May 10-6pm
Saturday & Sunday 12-6pm
image Liz Murray
Participating with the performance "Aftercare II" in BEING DOING, Asylum, London, 23 May 2016
Performances in the moment of being and doing
Camille Alena, Rhine Bernardino, Luca Bosani, Selina Bonelli, Helen Davison, Fritz Faust, Paula Fitzsimons, Harriet Fleuriot, Alice Jacobs, Victoria Kaldan, Eunjung Kim, Yuki Kobayashi, Joe Mackay, Katie McGurk, Hollie Miller, Luli Perez, Isobel Smith, Sandra Stanionyte, Guido Tarricone, Nadja Voorham, Saskia Vranken, Despina Zacharopolou
Performance Pathway, Contemporary Art Practice, School of Fine Art, Royal College of Art, London
ASYLUM, Caroline Gardens Chapel, London, SE15 2SQ (https://asylumlondon.org)
Performing at the opening of the exhibition "Performing Identities", Dyson Gallery, RCA, London, UK, 29/09/2016
29 September 2016 to 2 October 2016
Thurs & Fri: 10am–5pm, Sat & Sun: 12–5pm,
PV: Thursday 29 September, 6.30–8.30pm
Royal College of Art, Battersea, Dyson Building
Performing Identities is an exhibition that brings together RCA research students who participated in the 2015/16 Research Methods Course Performance cluster, convened by Dr Chantal Faust and led by Jeremy Millar. In the context of the exhibition, the knowledge acquired from the Performance Cluster sessions is used by each participant to create their own art piece (performance, object, poster, etc.) on the notion of identity and performativity.
Jeroen van Dooren
Image on poster: work/artist Despina Zacharopoulou // photographer Clair Le Couteur // Poster design: Ruidi Mu
Leading my Cross School Group at the Royal College of Art for the academic year 2016-17!
Presenting the paper "Methodologies and Tools Relating to Memory, Perception and Documentation of Long Durational Performance Art" at the TECHNE Memory & Perception Conference, 3-11-2016.
Activating Martha Araujo's works for pm8galeria at Frieze 2016!
ME/YOU YOU/ME, long durational performance event, Gallery Sensei, 2016
DE MONSTRIS School Group Live Performance event, 8-12-2016, Royal College of Art, London.
becoming an object: lecture at the Royal College of Art, Kensington, 14-12-2016.
ME/YOU YOU/ME long durational performance event, Gallery Sensei, London, UK, 2016 – PHOTOS!
Despina Zacharopoulou “the most precious non-object”
Kees van Lankveld “Alphabetical Order 1”
Luli Perez “expectacles 1, 2 and 3”
Guildor “Get even (odd one out)”
Luca Bosani “REAL, SO REAL”
Alice Jacobs “Untitled”
Gallery Sensei, 2016
all photos by Patricio Soto Aguilar
copyrights belong to the artists