ACT III: Like a Flag within a Frame
Autonomy, abandonment and sharing mark the gestures and the forms of Maxime Bichon’s practice. His work is intuitive, made of travels, events and associations that are subject to terrain features, otherness and language. Space and its practices feed a reflection constituted of heterogeneous mediums: from painting to skydiving.
0. Golem, Inc.
1. An Intelligent Artifice.
2. Feasts On A Growing Corpse Of Art Texts, Sounds, & (Moving) Images
3. The Alien Cannibal Zombie Parasite of the White Cube
4. Espouses A Gospel Of The Eschaton
5. Appeared: 1.1.70
6. Disappeared: 19.1.38
7. The goal of Brud is to replace Brud with a better Brud
I Wish I Could Dance Like M.J.
Jacopo Jenna is a choreographer, performer and filmmaker creating stage works, video pieces, and installations. The works are oriented towards research concerning the perception of dance or choreography as an extended practice. As a graduate of Sociology, he also studied dance in Codarts/Rotterdam. In Europe he has worked with dance companies and different choreographic research projects.
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
Quenton Miller’s work plays with fictional space and formats as tools for attention, distraction and knowledge. He works with writing-drawings, videos, performances, workshops and books that play with dissemination, often in collaboration with Investigators, Spokespeople, Journalists or Method Actors. Recent exhibitions include Resolution 827 at SMBA Amsterdam and The Confidence Man at 1646 Den Haag.
Evelin Brosi Doyle
Thuis (At Home)
A sentence of seventy five letters that describes the life and works of Evelin Brosi Doyle.
Audi, Vide, Tace
(si vis vivere in pace)
Teresa Cos works combining still and moving images, diagrams and scores, sound and music. Her work has been recently exhibited at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale and she was a recipient of the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation scholarship. She has been attending international residency programs with artists such as Tacita Dean and more recently at the Van Eyck Academy in Maastricht.
After a master in literature and theater, Marion Menan turned toward performance, studing at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. Her work can be placed at the intersection of installation, movement and theatrical representation, focused mainly on the spectator’s desire for fiction, his will to believe.
Sven Sachsalber is an italian artist who lives in New York. He has shown work at White Columns in New York and the Palais de Tokyo in Paris and was part of Performa 15, the Performance Biennale in New York.
Luggage Sculpture, a piece of performance
Rosa Sijben (Alkmaar NL, 1988) currently lives and works in Amsterdam. At her graduation from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2012, Sijben won the ‘Fine Arts Award’, department prize for best graduation candidate. She had residencies in i.a. Basel (CH) and M’gladbach (DE). Kunstverein Düsseldorf presented a solo exhibition of her work in 2014 and in 2015 Sijben showed a performance at KW Berlin.