net art, video, performance

Annie Abrahams

Snotlap

On The EdgeSnotlap, schoft, prat, octopus, bastard, slaggy, loaf of bread, pussy, drool, retarded gherkin, airhead, …

20 02 2013  7.30 pm
On The Edge
PS1, Scarborough Campus,
University Of Hull,
Filey Road, Scarborough,
United Kingdom, Y011 3AZ

Cost: £4 (£3 concessions)
Streaming mosaika.tv

Performance – and net artist Annie Abrahams tackles the insult, she insults, is insulted and wants to be insulted. You can ask her why, but she won’t respond.

Snotlap is a Dutch argot word for handkerchief used when the artist was a little girl to insult schoolmates.

Snotlap is a performance about power relations, gender, taboos, childhood and fathers (and of course mothers), resistance and control, transcending interdictions and delivery.

Snotlap invites the public to join in, to experience insulting mediated by technologie using videostreaming technics. Is it different? Easier, hilarious, insulting, liberating? Makes it feel you powerful? Can you play with it? And why should you do it?

English equivalent of TafelLaken – this time I intend not to start laughing and I prepare to stand the insults.

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Perform or Die – Rooiekop

November 6: TUESDAY at NOON in PS2
MaMRI event

Media & Memory Research Initiative’s
University of Hull’s Scarborough Campus

Perform or Die
Annie Abrahams (Multimedia Artist)

We live in a very demanding society, where even our “friends” have become commodities. Annie Abrahams will talk about how she, in her performance practice, tries to find ways to escape or to counterbalance this tendency.

Live Show [Procaster] Tue Nov 6 2012 07:22:24 AM
(Sorry for the reclame in the beginning)

November 8
University of Hull’s Scarborough Campus Studio PS3
Workshop : Rooiekop
Find words to insult, categorise them, invent others, act them out. Re-enact parts of TafelLaken. Experience insults mediated by technologie using videostreaming technics. Is it different? Does it change the relation? The power? The affective impact?
Invitation by Dr Christophe Alix.

With : Ben Robinson, Christophe Alix, Daniel Eric Farrar, Emily Loombe, Fran Bundey, Lydia Doyle, Patricia Wells, Sean Phillips and Tony Chapman.

One day together, three test protocols, three networked performance sessions to end with a first try.

More screen captures on flickr.
Three protocols test en pdf.

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Upcoming

  • 18h of April, 5.00 – 6.30 pm UTC, Utterings workshop + 6.30 – 7.00 pm UTC performance We’re All Bats Listening Arts Channel.
  • May 1st Opening
    COVID E-lit exhibition. Included is Pandemic Encounter, soundpiece, 5min. and a short video of UtteringsBreathing performance.
  • May. Participation in ELO 2021 with Utterings – video, panel, lead performance.
  • June 23, 16h 90 min online performance workshop Angry Women, @MagdalenaOnlineFest 
  • June 26 20h Angry Women online performance @MagdalenaOnlineFest 
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