WORKS ON PAPER – http://www.mpa-b.org/may5.html

Sunday Performance Series in Partnership with Month of Performance Art – EVERY SUNDAY IN MAY

On 12 May: A ballerina with the Berlin Staatsballet matches her talents with a visual artist, an actress and playwright asks us to tackle the notion of presence, and the tireless duo of master and disciple continue their beautiful performance from last week. Please join MOMENTUM for this interdisciplinary exploration of performance at its very best!

More information on: http://momentumworldwide.org/exhibitions/current-exhibition/

12 May
13:00 – 17:00 – Sarah Lüdemann and Adrian Brun “Blind Spot”
17:15 – 18:15 – Catherine Duquette “On Presence”
18:30 – 19:00 – Emi Hariyama and Mariana Moreira

19 May
17:00 – 17:15 – Kirsten Palz “Manuals for R”
17:30 – 18:00 – Joyce Clay “Book I, Book II”
18:15 – 19:00 – Mariana Hahn “Empress of Sorrow”

26 May
17:00 – 17:45 – Kate Hers “7 Drawings, 28 Kisses”
18:00 – 19:00 – Joyce Clay “Book I, Book II”

Joyce Clay, Catherine Duquette, Mariana Hahn, Emi Hariyama and Mariana Moreira, Kate Hers, Sarah Lüdemann and Adrian Brun, Kirsten Palz, Yulia Startsev

For Month of Performance Art, MOMENTUM curates a month long program of Performance Sundays entitled Works On Paper. This exhibition series inverts usual assumptions, inviting performance artists to use paper both as form and as content; not as a blank slate upon which to create, but as a dynamic building block with which to create. Bringing together a diverse group of international artists based in Berlin, MOMENTUM invites them to work on paper and with paper to activate all the possibilities of the medium in unexpected ways. Working through durational performance, instruction pieces, physical and social architecture, live performance in dialogue with video performance, and a diversity of individual practices, Works On Paper invokes the breadth of performance art to reimagine paper: this most traditional of artistic media.

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