the desire to contain and the inevitability of rupture ::::::::: by Johanna Gilje
::::::::: the desire to contain and the inevitability of rupture by Johanna Gilje
August 19th, 2016
performance from noon to 9pm (continuously) ::::::::: after 9pm Süpperclüb with food & drinks by donation
This is the program of grüntaler9 for the Project Space Festival Berlin 2016
Together we track shifts in social weather systems. Together we craft tools and devises that we don’t yet know how to use.
Launching an attempt to navigate shared thought space, this research endeavors to chart weather patterns of an ethos: devising systems, structures and methods of measurement, which inevitably shift with the weight of their contents.
This book launch and performative research project uses past conversations as navigational instruments, as a system of measurement, as points of departure into further territories of thought.
The nine hour long performance conversation is between Johanna Gilje and six invited guests who are each engaged in the score for three hours. The conversationalists are Ilya Noé, Maria F. Scaroni, Anja Ibsch, Teena Lange, Raegan Truax and Stephanie Maher.
Everyone is welcome to witness at any hour.
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In cooperation with The Evergreen State College Press and Ponderosa Movement & Discovery