Samedi 24 MAI 20h
THÉÂTRE LES ATELIERS, LYON
Festival LadyBug, Le Lavoir Public
Faites quelque chose!
Performance avec le public de Annie Abrahams.
Rien ne se passera si vous ne faîtes rien!
Assistance Maëva Croissant.
Avec un extrait de “Conceiving Ada” de Lynn Hershman Leeson.
Et mosaika.tv dans le rôle du surveillant.
Autres rôles : gardien(ne) du temps, capteur d’images, chroniqueuse, dataspécialiste/portraitiste du public, surveillant, contrôleureuse de bonne volonté, enregistreureuse son, observateurs concerné(e)s.
le protocole de la performance : .pdf
le texte sur Ada Lovelace à lire devant un micro .pdf
4 pages des compliments pour le public, pour l’autre .pdf
texte toucher à lire si …. .pdf
34 dessins, images, photos (faites par Sonia Paço-Rocchia) sur flickr
Filed under: Performance, festival Ladybug, Lady Zone, le lavoir public, Théâtre Les Ateliers
hommes traduits – the silent period – minor litterature – bastard language – the postmonolingual – mother and father tongues – een vreemde in eigen land – harder and more fragile – Elternloos / Stiefmoedertaal – all nomads, being a stranger is the status quo – the broken one
PostMono, research, collage, bricolage, assemblage
e-stranger.tumblr.com From estranger to e-stranger? Maybe a book, 54 posts now.
Filed under: Of interest, (E)stranger, e-stranger, research
Photo in January 2013 with David Lavaysse
in front of the recording studio of Montpellier’s local alternatif radio station Eko des Garrigues
where we had just done an interview on his 1 min sound piece Réconfort infini (Eternal reassuring) based on one of my performance works.
One year later David made a 7 days version with daily variation of the original piece that you can now download from his 1fusé
On this occasion he also published a very short interview
Scroll the page to see all the versions including 10 numbered audio tapes with a handmade woodburned cherry artwork and a video
pour la version française.
Filed under: Interview, David Lavaysse, Reconfort Infini
Liminalities issue 10.1
Special issue of the journal of performance studies, Liminalities, based on the outcomes of the Remote Encounters: Connecting Bodies, Collapsing Spaces and Temporal Ubiquity in Networked Performance
conference in 2013. Edited by Garrett Lynch
(University of South Wales) and Rea Dennis
Meaningful connections: exploring the uses of telematic technology in performance
, Elena Perez
compares On Love
by Annie Abrahams
FR, Denise Hardman UK, Ben Robinson UK, Tony Chapman UK, Derek Piotr USA, Hedva Eltanani UK, Martina Ruhsam SI, Antye Greie FI and Pascale Barret BE, and make-shift
by Helen Varley Jamieson
and Paula Crutchlow
ON LOVE creates an intimate space where it is safe to be honest
Elena Pérez is a researcher, theatre practitioner and experimental game designer. She is doing her PhD (2009-2014) in the department of Art and Media Studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), where she is looking at how digital media impacts contemporary performance, more specifically, how digital media challenge theatrical conventions in multimedia theatre, telematic and pervasive performance.
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Filed under: Articles / Texts, Performance, angry women, Elena Perez, Garrett Lynch, Liminalities, make-shift, on love, Rea Dennis, Remote Encounters
Samedi 24 MAI 20h au THÉÂTRE LES ATELIERS
LADY ZONE: Performances de Valérie Cordy, Annie Abrahams, Lucille Calmel et Pascale Barret.
Annie Abrahams Faites quelque chose! Rien ne se passera si vous ne faîtes rien! Avec un extrait de Conceiving Ada de Lynn Hershman Leeson (merci Lynn), et mosaika.tv dans le rôle du surveillant.
Protocole images etc ici
Aujourdhui dans WMN (Women Multimedia Network) Interview Express avec la grande artiste hollandaise Annie Abrahams, spécialiste des installations vidéos et des performances réalisées avec le net. Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: Performance, Lady Zone, LadyBug, le lavoir public, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Théâtre Les Ateliers, WMN, Women Multimedia Network
Igor Štromajer & Annie Abrahams by Gretta Louw in BOMB Magazine April 21st 2014.
BOMB Magazine has been publishing conversations between artists of all disciplines since 1981. BOMB’s founders—New York City based artists and writers—created BOMB because they saw a disparity between the way artists talked about their work among themselves and the way critics described it.
“I first met Igor Štromajer online—we are net-based artists, after all. That was back in 2011 when I spent 10 days locked in a Berlin gallery, available 24 hours a day for contact via the Internet to test the effects of extreme online connectedness as part of a performance called Controlling_Connectivity. Igor became very involved in the performance, posing some of the most insightful questions from participants in the piece, and eventually dubbing me the “Joan of Arc of the Internet.” Through Igor, I discovered Annie Abrahams’s wonderful, groundbreaking networked performances such as The Big Kiss, where she spent several hours “kissing” a collaborator via the web using a split-screen and close-up webcam streams of each of the performers’ mouths. Though very different in style, these two artists share a gift for showing us the messy, human side of the Internet and technology; their work is authentic, intimate, exploratory, and inspiring.” Introduction by Gretta.
Filed under: Interview, Bomb, BOMB Magazine, Gretta Louw, Igor Stromajer
30 more photos by Suncan Stone on flickr
Filed under: Performance, Encounter, Irena Pivka, Maja Delak, MSUM
April 20, 2014 • 11:12 am
Wednesday, April 23 from 5 pm till 10 pm
MSUM, Metelkova, 1000 Ljubljana
An intimate performance for a limited number of observers.*
(public preparation no.2 for an exhibition)
Annie (Dutch artist and biologist living in France) and Maja (Slovenian dancer and choreographer), who only saw one another twice and only shortly, will meet and engage in a 5 hour long performance, where they can’t use English to communicate. Irena (artist, architect and scenographer) will be present and record the encounter by any means she thinks appropriate. All three they will produce the material for a collective art piece to be shown in Aksioma in October.
What happens when two people with a desire to meet the other have the chance (and the obligation) to stay together for 5 hours? How will they manage the shared responsibility for a performance? How will they circumvent the fact they can’t speak English to communicate? What will be the influence of the obligation to produce material for a future exhibition piece? Will their different professional backgrounds bring forward a special aesthetic?
production: CONA, www.cona.si
partners: MG+MSUM, JSKD, French Institute Ljubljana
Cona program is supported by Municipality of Ljubljana, Culture department
Traces 30 photos (by Suncan Stone) and 1video 3 Analog photos by Maja
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Filed under: performance, Encounter, Irena Pivka, Maja Delak, MSUM
Kaj misliš s tem? / What do you mean?
Public preparation no.1 for an exhibition (Aksioma Oct. 2014)
Thursday, April 17th, 7.30pm,
Kult3000, Metelkova, Ljubljana
A performance and discussion with people who all had to learn a new language because they went living in a country who’s language they didn’t speak.
Performance initiator and preparation : Annie Abrahams. Invited participants : Martina Rusham (dancer and author, Austrian), Jana Wilcoxen (translator, project development, American), Chantal van Mourik (communicator, coordinator, Dutch). Discussion afterwards.
The performance (facilitated by CONA) will last 30 min.
We will not speak directly to one-another, we will type on a computer in our mother-tongue, use google to translate our text in Slovenian and then use text to speech software – TTS by Proteus – to be heard by all in Slovenian.
in the frame of (E)stranger : a 4 weeks residency invited by CONA
partners JSKD, French Institute Ljubljana
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Filed under: Performance, (E)stranger, CONA, discussion, Kult3000