Performance lecture part 1:
Tris Vonna Michell
organised by Simon Starling
(cx centre for interdisciplinary studies) in cooperation with Lothringer13 Halle
As a part of a project being developed by a group of students from the Munich Academy of Fine Arts in collaboration with the artist Simon Starling in his capacity as Guest Professor at the cx centre for interdisciplinary studies, two key exponents of what are sometimes referred to as “performance lectures”, Tris Vonna-Michell and Olof Olsson, will present live work at Lothringer13 Rroom.
19th June 7pm
Tris Vonna-Michell stages installations and performs narrative structures, using spoken word, sound compositions, film and photography. Through live performances and installations, Vonna-Michell creates circuitous, multilayered narratives, characterized by fragments of information, detours, and repetitions. In 2010 together with Diana Kaur he founded Mount Analogue, a publishing space, curatorial and editorial agency: www.mountanalogue.org
Recent solo exhibitions include: Punctuations & Perforations, La Verriere, Brussels (2017); Register, T293, Rome (2016); Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver (2015); Turner Prize 2014, Tate Britain, London; Capitol Complex, TPW, Toronto; VOX, Centre de l’image contemporaine, Montreal (2014); Postscript II (Berlin), Jan Mot, Brussels (2013); Ulterior Vistas, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (2012).
For his Munich event Vonna-Michell will mix film screenings with live performance and discussion to investigate notions of longevity, ephemerality and documentation within a visual arts context.
20th June 7pm
Olof Olsson: Driving the Blues Away – an info comedy.
175 minutes (including a 20 minute break).
The programme of the cx centre for interdisciplinary studies is financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research under the grant number 01PL11026. The responsibility of the content of this announcement lies with the authors.