Now is Forever Lasting Constant in the Mind - Live Collage

Book cover, design by Germano Facetti
Performance Gag (2015), Sarah Pierce. Foto/Photo: Peter Cox, Van Abbemuseum.
Performance Gag (2015), Sarah Pierce. Foto/Photo: Peter Cox, Van Abbemuseum.
Performance Gag (2015), Sarah Pierce. Foto/Photo: Peter Cox, Van Abbemuseum.
Performance Gag (2015), Sarah Pierce. Foto/Photo: Peter Cox, Van Abbemuseum.
Performance Gag (2015), Sarah Pierce. Foto/Photo: Peter Cox, Van Abbemuseum.
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Now is Forever Lasting Constant in the Mind Live Collage

17/03/2016
18:00 - 21:00

Positions #2 event

Pádraic E. Moore has programmed Now is forever lasting constant in the mind: a collage of screenings readings and recitals performed live for one night only in response to Sarah Pierce’s exhibition for Positions #2.

Tickets:  museum entry is your ticket to the event, but don't forget to make your online reservation here!

The program will take place in the studio of the museum and runs from 18.00 - 21.00 hrs.

With: Alexis Blake (US), Bill Brand (USA), Christophe Clarijs (BE), Navine G. Khan-Dossos (UK), Emily Kocken (NL), Susan Hiller (US), Marco Pasi (IT), and Ian Whittlesea (UK).

Invited by the artist Sarah Pierce to develop a live event,  curator, writer and art historian Pádraic E. Moore has programmed Now is forever lasting constant in the mind, a collage of screenings readings and recitals performed live for one night only. This stimulating event brings together diverse contributions from 8 international artists.  The experimental project is motivated by a desire to examine the thresholds of transfer between one mind and another. Several of the contributions deal with the idea of 'channeling' on some level or address artworks that might emerge as a synthesis of two personalities, or what might be termed a 'third mind'.

This stimulating event brings together diverse contributions from 8 international artists.   

The experimental project is motivated by a desire to examine the thresholds of transfer between one mind and another. Several of the contributions deal with the idea of 'channeling' on some level or address artworks that might emerge as a synthesis of two personalities, or what might be termed a 'third mind'.

 

Satah Pierce about her work in Positions #2
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