Netting The Work
Deptocratic Identities, Performative Networkings. In the context of the Month of Performance Art - Berlin
Netting The Work
an idea initiated and curated by Eva Giannakopoulou and Rilène Markopoulou, is a project that merges performative interventions, political insecurities, psychological frameworks and a process-oriented timeline.
It is an experimental journey, a constitutive organism made of gestures related to locational, national and international artistic identities through the prism of illusions, disillusions and a priori convictions or uncertainties.
An embedded experience based on the examination of notions such as “Networking” in the context of political, financial and industrial practices, whilst examining the Artistic Identity as a cipher for the evolution of one’s “Self” connected to a globalised nowhere.
During the project artists from the North and South of Deptocratic Europe are going to perform, attempting to relate their physical displacement, the subjective view of specific surroundings and their impact.
The variation in artistic expression induced by changing spaces and travelling using performative modes, will allow them to attempt a translation and transformation of the complex reality of multiculturalism through Displacement and Networking.
Main Supporters: OFAJ and ISBA
Kind Support: f/16 Schule für Fotografie and MOLOTOW markers
This project comments on the meaning and complex use of networking and politics in performance art, examining this function as a timely “wondering” of “how to” in the context of a representation in two different platforms/cultures/cities. Under these parameters, the project is attempting to create a possible link between the 5th and closing edition of the MPA-B Anthology (DE) and the Excentricités Performance Festival (ISBA, FR); a connection between at least two events examining the creation of a Network on and about Performance. The platforms share a common ground on experimental and international performative approaches, which in itself generates interest in the exploration of this coexistence throughout the multiple event.
Cecilia Ahlqvist www.cahlqvist.blogspot.de
Art Action Building ISBA (Pierre Balandier, Samuel Kawakita, Rodolphe Melloul)
Yolanda Benalba www.cargocollective.com
Dísa Björnsdóttir www.bryndisbjorns.com
Aggeliki Bozou www.aggelikibozou.com
Julien Cadoret http://juliencadoret.com/
Eva Giannakopoulou www.evagiannakopoulou.com
Steinunn Gunnlaugsdóttir www.sackofstones.com
Tatiana Ilichenko www.tvilichenko.com
Alexandros Kaklamanos www.alexandroskaklamanos.com
Antonin Lagarde www.antoninlagarde.com
lolo hjtyu tuyuyu www.lolohjtyutuyuyu.es
Rilène Markopoulou www.rilene.com
Moritz Metzner www.flutwerk.com
Joana Mollà www.joanamolla.blogspot.de
George Moraitis www.georgemoraitis.iblogger.org
Persefoni Myrtsou www.persefoni.co.uk
Danae Nagel www.danaenagel.com
Ilya Noe www.ilyanoe.com
Yiannis Pappas www.yiannispappas.com
Eleni Papaioannou www.e-pap.net
Panos Sklavenitis www.panossklavenitis.com
Aleks Slota www.aleksslota.com
With the support of