6 - 7 giugno 2003
As soon as possible. Performance loop. The Class of Marina Abramovic - Braunschweig School of Art
a cura di Marina Abramovic

L'invito.

Coordinamento: Melati Suryodarmo. Produzione e organizzazione: PAC e Associazione VIAFARINI.

 

The Class of Marina Abramovic è il nome di un gruppo di giovani artisti della Hochschule für Bildende Künste di Braunschweig (Germania) che si è formato sotto la guida di Marina Abramovic, celebre esponente della body art, considerata una delle più importanti performer degli ultimi trent’anni. Abramovic insegna a Braunschweig dal 1997 trasmettendo agli studenti la sua esperienza di performer e le sue conoscenze attraverso lezioni, workshop, mostre e dibattiti. Fra gli obbiettivi del suo insegnamento vi è anche quello di sostenere ed aiutare i giovani dell’accademia a diventare artisti professionisti, creando opportunità per presentare il loro lavoro in mostre presso gallerie, musei, kunstverein e teatri.

Al Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea di Milano, il 6 e 7 giugno 2003, The Class of Marina Abramovic presenta “As soon as possibile. Performance loop”, una serie di performance "living installations". Con questo termine si intendono performance di lunga durata, realizzate con media e tecniche diversi, nelle quali il corpo è il mezzo espressivo fondamentale, il comune denominatore alle diverse poetiche di ciascun performer.

I visitatori avranno modo di muoversi nello spazio del PAC, nell'arco delle ore di apertura al pubblico, avvicinandosi ai giovani performer che realizzano contemporaneamente diverse "living installations". Il PAC diventerà così il luogo di un evento collettivo senza precedenti, non paragonabile alla classica mostra, e fonte di un'esperienza viva e attiva anche per gli spettatori. Le due giornate presenteranno due programmi differenti.

Il progetto presentato al Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea rientra nella programmazione artistica di Jean-Hubert Martin per il 2003, e nasce da una recente esperienza fatta dal gruppo The Class of Marina Abramovic allo Spazio Viafarini di Milano. Il successo già riscosso dall’evento, realizzato in forma sperimentale, il suo carattere innovativo e l’interesse attuale per il tema della performance, hanno indotto lo Spazio Viafarini a proporre al PAC una nuova edizione del progetto che, in tal modo, sarà realizzato in forma più ampia in uno spazio pubblico della città. L’evento sarà anche un’occasione per ricordare la notorietà e il ruolo fondamentale di Marina Abramovic nella storia della performance: sabato alle ore 16.00, nell’ambito di un incontro al PAC, Marina Abramovic e Jean-Hubert Martin dialogheranno con il pubblico sul tema della performance. Sarà inoltre a disposizione dei visitatori una documentazione video su altre performance realizzate dal gruppo.

Dopo Milano, altri due prestigiosi appuntamenti attendono The Class of Marina Abramovic: il gruppo sarà presente alla Biennale di Venezia con una performance collettiva nell’ambito della mostra “Recycling of Future” (prodotta dal Consorzio Venezia Nuova e dalla Facoltà di Design e Arti) e, successivamente, il 27 giugno, al Museum Fridericianum di Kassel.

L’invito.

As soon as possible. Performance loop.
The Class of Marina Abramovic - Braunschweig School of Art.
Progetto a cura di Marina Abramovic. Coordinamento: Melati Suryodarmo. Produzione e organizzazione: PAC e Associazione VIAFARINI.
6-7 giugno 2003, PAC Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, Milano.

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Daniel Mueller-Friedrichsen, "Starless tour".

Mueller- Friedrichsen appear with the habit of a star in a limousine with bodyguards and disapear in a entrance Throwing gimmicks to the public, taking pictures with a polaroidcamera and signing them while developing process.The piece calling for interaction to create a charismatic space. His work is intent on demonstrating that there is no distinction between the sacrosanct galleryspace and the everyday contingency ‘out there’.

The performance Starless tour deals with the language of massmedia and is a study of masshysteria and group dynamics.

Duration: 7: min.

Performed at Luna Park (Halle für Kunst Lueneburg) 2000, Expo 2000 Hannover and  at Irish Museum of Modern Art 2001.

Daniel  Mueller- Friedrichsen`s work have always appeared to be about the presence and absence of the body and his trace with minimal gestures . His work is a  compact structure obout his personal marking of a space of time, which  transformed into a movement or image and create a charismatic field.

Strategies of actions and rules of language are proved by their motivation.the pieces questioning language as an instrument of power. He focuses attention how language is adapted by individuals and communities. He uses language in a way like chewing gum with various possibilitys and different meanings which includes also an irrational potency and openess.

Daniel Mueller- Friedrichsen  is a German artist lives and works in Berlin. He has been participating in various international exhibitions and since 2000 is one of Marina Abramovic´s student at the HBK Braunschweig.

Daniel Mueller-Friedrichsen, "Starless tour".

Mueller- Friedrichsen appear with the habit of a star in a limousine with bodyguards and disapear in a entrance Throwing gimmicks to the public, taking pictures with a polaroidcamera and signing them while developing process.The piece calling for interaction to create a charismatic space. His work is intent on demonstrating that there is no distinction between the sacrosanct galleryspace and the everyday contingency ‘out there’.

The performance Starless tour deals with the language of massmedia and is a study of masshysteria and group dynamics.

Duration: 7: min.

Performed at Luna Park (Halle für Kunst Lueneburg) 2000, Expo 2000 Hannover and  at Irish Museum of Modern Art 2001.

Daniel  Mueller- Friedrichsen`s work have always appeared to be about the presence and absence of the body and his trace with minimal gestures . His work is a  compact structure obout his personal marking of a space of time, which  transformed into a movement or image and create a charismatic field.

Strategies of actions and rules of language are proved by their motivation.the pieces questioning language as an instrument of power. He focuses attention how language is adapted by individuals and communities. He uses language in a way like chewing gum with various possibilitys and different meanings which includes also an irrational potency and openess.

Daniel Mueller- Friedrichsen  is a German artist lives and works in Berlin. He has been participating in various international exhibitions and since 2000 is one of Marina Abramovic´s student at the HBK Braunschweig.

Daniel Mueller-Friedrichsen, "Starless tour".

Mueller- Friedrichsen appear with the habit of a star in a limousine with bodyguards and disapear in a entrance Throwing gimmicks to the public, taking pictures with a polaroidcamera and signing them while developing process.The piece calling for interaction to create a charismatic space. His work is intent on demonstrating that there is no distinction between the sacrosanct galleryspace and the everyday contingency ‘out there’.

The performance Starless tour deals with the language of massmedia and is a study of masshysteria and group dynamics.

Duration: 7: min.

Performed at Luna Park (Halle für Kunst Lueneburg) 2000, Expo 2000 Hannover and  at Irish Museum of Modern Art 2001.

Daniel  Mueller- Friedrichsen`s work have always appeared to be about the presence and absence of the body and his trace with minimal gestures . His work is a  compact structure obout his personal marking of a space of time, which  transformed into a movement or image and create a charismatic field.

Strategies of actions and rules of language are proved by their motivation.the pieces questioning language as an instrument of power. He focuses attention how language is adapted by individuals and communities. He uses language in a way like chewing gum with various possibilitys and different meanings which includes also an irrational potency and openess.

Daniel Mueller- Friedrichsen  is a German artist lives and works in Berlin. He has been participating in various international exhibitions and since 2000 is one of Marina Abramovic´s student at the HBK Braunschweig.

Daniel Mueller-Friedrichsen, "Starless tour".

Mueller- Friedrichsen appear with the habit of a star in a limousine with bodyguards and disapear in a entrance Throwing gimmicks to the public, taking pictures with a polaroidcamera and signing them while developing process.The piece calling for interaction to create a charismatic space. His work is intent on demonstrating that there is no distinction between the sacrosanct galleryspace and the everyday contingency ‘out there’.

The performance Starless tour deals with the language of massmedia and is a study of masshysteria and group dynamics.

Duration: 7: min.

Performed at Luna Park (Halle für Kunst Lueneburg) 2000, Expo 2000 Hannover and  at Irish Museum of Modern Art 2001

Daniel  Mueller- Friedrichsen`s work have always appeared to be about the presence and absence of the body and his trace with minimal gestures . His work is a  compact structure obout his personal marking of a space of time, which  transformed into a movement or image and create a charismatic field.

Strategies of actions and rules of language are proved by their motivation.the pieces questioning language as an instrument of power. He focuses attention how language is adapted by individuals and communities. He uses language in a way like chewing gum with various possibilitys and different meanings which includes also an irrational potency and openess.

Daniel Mueller- Friedrichsen  is a German artist lives and works in Berlin. He has been participating in various international exhibitions and since 2000 is one of Marina Abramovic´s student at the HBK Braunschweig.

Amanda Coogan, "The Sacred Heart".

Amanda Coogan is an Irish artist whose work is principally performance based. The bedrock of her practice is the live event, followed directly, though equally, by still images, photography and video either taken from the live performance or produced in and around an action.

Coogan studied sculpture in NCAD and an M.A. in Performance Art in Germany with Marina Abramovic. She has recently exhibited in ‘Marking the Territories’ at IMMA, was an award winner at EV+A 2002 and was selected by the Royal Hibernian Academy for the Eurojets Futures exhibition last year. This year Coogan will perform at the Venice Biennale and PAC Milan.

Amanda Coogan, "The Sacred Heart".

Amanda Coogan is an Irish artist whose work is principally performance based. The bedrock of her practice is the live event, followed directly, though equally, by still images, photography and video either taken from the live performance or produced in and around an action.

Coogan studied sculpture in NCAD and an M.A. in Performance Art in Germany with Marina Abramovic. She has recently exhibited in ‘Marking the Territories’ at IMMA, was an award winner at EV+A 2002 and was selected by the Royal Hibernian Academy for the Eurojets Futures exhibition last year. This year Coogan will perform at the Venice Biennale and PAC Milan.

Amanda Coogan, "Reading Beethoven".

Amanda Coogan is an Irish artist whose work is principally performance based. The bedrock of her practice is the live event, followed directly, though equally, by still images, photography and video either taken from the live performance or produced in and around an action.

Coogan studied sculpture in NCAD and an M.A. in Performance Art in Germany with Marina Abramovic. She has recently exhibited in ‘Marking the Territories’ at IMMA, was an award winner at EV+A 2002 and was selected by the Royal Hibernian Academy for the Eurojets Futures exhibition last year. This year Coogan will perform at the Venice Biennale and PAC Milan.

Amanda Coogan, "Reading Beethoven".

Amanda Coogan is an Irish artist whose work is principally performance based. The bedrock of her practice is the live event, followed directly, though equally, by still images, photography and video either taken from the live performance or produced in and around an action.

Coogan studied sculpture in NCAD and an M.A. in Performance Art in Germany with Marina Abramovic. She has recently exhibited in ‘Marking the Territories’ at IMMA, was an award winner at EV+A 2002 and was selected by the Royal Hibernian Academy for the Eurojets Futures exhibition last year. This year Coogan will perform at the Venice Biennale and PAC Milan.

Amanda Coogan, "Reading Beethoven".

Amanda Coogan is an Irish artist whose work is principally performance based. The bedrock of her practice is the live event, followed directly, though equally, by still images, photography and video either taken from the live performance or produced in and around an action.

Coogan studied sculpture in NCAD and an M.A. in Performance Art in Germany with Marina Abramovic. She has recently exhibited in ‘Marking the Territories’ at IMMA, was an award winner at EV+A 2002 and was selected by the Royal Hibernian Academy for the Eurojets Futures exhibition last year. This year Coogan will perform at the Venice Biennale and PAC Milan.

Heejung Um, "Love Odyssey".

Artist kneels(on his knees).SHE Takes a white paper and puts it down at the middle of the distance to the orchid flowerpot. She takes a small piece of bark from the flowerpot and places it on the white paper.he takes another white paper and places it on top of the piece of bark (sandwich). This action is repeated. She builds the tower with papers and pieces of bark from the orchid flowerpot.

Declan Rooney, "Parish Newsletter".

In the performative aspect of his practice, Declan Rooney seeks to re-inhabite the body through experience, memory, cultural history and tradition. Ideas of imitation and falsity, passion and obsession, contrition and folly are demonstrated in works that are both ritualised and spontaneous. He is interested in the communal and the collective, the public and the private and in creating a proactive and reactive dialogue with the audience.

´Parish Newsletter´ is an exploration of a public and private persona and the frictions that exist between these two projected realities. The work also looks at the means of disseminating the moral and ethical viewpoints, which make up these personas and the inherent responsibilities that exist in both a social and formal setting.

Declan Rooney was born in 1977 in Ireland studied Fine Art at the National College of Art of Design in Dublin, graduating in 1998. Rooney works in various mediums including installation, photography, video, object making and live performance. He has exhibited in various group exhibitions in Ireland as well as co-ordinating and curating interdisciplinary festivals and exhibitions. He is currently based in Ireland and Germany

Dorte Strehlow, "Levitation, second try".

Dorte Strehlow as a performer is dealing with space. Space in the meaning of room, time and associations. For her silence makes space. In her work she wants to create an atmosphere which makes space for the thoughts, interpretations and reactions of the public.

The performance “Levitation, second try” is about timelessness and patience, about the try, not the result. The artist is sitting on an oriental carpet trying to build up a house of cards for hours. One day the carpet may start to fly …

Dorte Strehlow is living and working in Braunschweig. After educations to physiotherapist and dancer she is now studying Fine arts in the class of Marina Abramovic.

Herma Auguste Wittstock, "Sundaybath/high-way".

The main point of the performance by Herma Auguste Wittstock is to generate energy and to give it to the public.

Her body is her temple.

She is interested in the limit between strength and torture and in proving these limits of the body and concentration.

Often Herma Auguste Wittstock is “playing” with the figure of her body.

Sundabath is a performance which involves the theme of church and Jesus. In this pice she is washing herself with water and nails till the nails scratch the skin red.

High-way is a performance which involves the woman and the thinking about figure. Herma Auguste Wittstock is wearing a glittery latindancedress. It is to small and the audience are seeing the fat body of Herma Auguste Wittstock. She is walking on stairs up and down and she is standing and looking always proud.

Herma Auguste Wittstock is a German artist lives and work in Braunschweig.

She was born in august 1977. Wittstock has been a dancer for latin and ballroomdancing and she has been a singer in classical ways. After school she made a practicum in an advertisment agentur. Than she start to study final art. Since 2000 she is one of Marina Abramovic’s student at the HBK Braunschweig.

Herma Auguste Wittstock, "Sundaybath/high-way".

The main point of the performance by Herma Auguste Wittstock is to generate energy and to give it to the public.

Her body is her temple.

She is interested in the limit between strength and torture and in proving these limits of the body and concentration.

Often Herma Auguste Wittstock is “playing” with the figure of her body.

Sundabath is a performance which involves the theme of church and Jesus. In this pice she is washing herself with water and nails till the nails scratch the skin red.

High-way is a performance which involves the woman and the thinking about figure. Herma Auguste Wittstock is wearing a glittery latindancedress. It is to small and the audience are seeing the fat body of Herma Auguste Wittstock. She is walking on stairs up and down and she is standing and looking always proud.

Herma Auguste Wittstock is a German artist lives and work in Braunschweig.

She was born in august 1977. Wittstock has been a dancer for latin and ballroomdancing and she has been a singer in classical ways. After school she made a practicum in an advertisment agentur. Than she start to study final art. Since 2000 she is one of Marina Abramovic’s student at the HBK Braunschweig.

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenne, "Family II".

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenner´s work is characterised by their craftsmanship background. Both are sculptors as well as performers. In their performances work and its products play a prominent role. This not only means material but as well immaterial products as sound for example. These "products" are produced by hands and bodies. In "Family II" the artists peal a huge pile of potatoes together: one holds the knife, the other the potato. This means the top of collaboration. It asumes great trust and a great sensibility for the other. The potato stands for food in general and it gives the picture back the simplicity of a Breughel genre painting.

 

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenner´s collaboration work started in early2002 when both met in the class of Marina Abramovic. Lindner and Steinbrenner live and work in Hannover, Germany.

 

Family II

 

The performer Lotte Lindner is born 1971 in Bremen, Germany. She lives and works in Hannover. At Braunschweig School of Arts she studied sculpture, since 2000 she studied with Marina Abramovic. In 2003 she finished artschool.

Till Steinbrenner is born in 1967 in Hildesheim.

While having studied Metal Design in Hildesheim he has been a sculptors assistent from 1989 to 1993. After finishing studies he has been building up his own studio house in Hannover, where he is living and working since 1986.

In 2000 he started his studies of Fine Arts in Braunschweig School of Arts with Marina Abramovic, where he met Lotte Lindner. Since then they did several cooperation works.

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenne, "Family II".

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenner´s work is characterised by their craftsmanship background. Both are sculptors as well as performers. In their performances work and its products play a prominent role. This not only means material but as well immaterial products as sound for example. These "products" are produced by hands and bodies. In "Family II" the artists peal a huge pile of potatoes together: one holds the knife, the other the potato. This means the top of collaboration. It asumes great trust and a great sensibility for the other. The potato stands for food in general and it gives the picture back the simplicity of a Breughel genre painting.

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenner´s collaboration work started in early2002 when both met in the class of Marina Abramovic. Lindner and Steinbrenner live and work in Hannover, Germany.

Family II

The performer Lotte Lindner is born 1971 in Bremen, Germany. She lives and works in Hannover. At Braunschweig School of Arts she studied sculpture, since 2000 she studied with Marina Abramovic. In 2003 she finished artschool.

Till Steinbrenner is born in 1967 in Hildesheim.

While having studied Metal Design in Hildesheim he has been a sculptors assistent from 1989 to 1993. After finishing studies he has been building up his own studio house in Hannover, where he is living and working since 1986.

In 2000 he started his studies of Fine Arts in Braunschweig School of Arts with Marina Abramovic, where he met Lotte Lindner. Since then they did several cooperation works.

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenne, "Family II".

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenner´s work is characterised by their craftsmanship background. Both are sculptors as well as performers. In their performances work and its products play a prominent role. This not only means material but as well immaterial products as sound for example. These "products" are produced by hands and bodies. In "Family II" the artists peal a huge pile of potatoes together: one holds the knife, the other the potato. This means the top of collaboration. It asumes great trust and a great sensibility for the other. The potato stands for food in general and it gives the picture back the simplicity of a Breughel genre painting.

Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenner´s collaboration work started in early2002 when both met in the class of Marina Abramovic. Lindner and Steinbrenner live and work in Hannover, Germany.

Melati Suryodarmo, "Alé Lino".

EXERGY – butter dance

There are moments

Which I never expect to be happened

Which are exploded when I loose my view

Which remain empty when I want to fulfil

 

Accident is just one moment

Silence is just one moment

Happiness is just one moment

This is just one moment

Of being caught by the moment

Melati dances on the butter

Melati Suryodarmo´s  performances concern with cultural, social and political aspects, in which she articulates through her body. She has high physically arresting with sharp confidence and sensuality to her movement. The arrangement overtones to her performances were never overworked but gave the pieces an edgy closeness.

In her performances, she uses specific objects, which are abstracting her conceptual thoughts but at the same time bringing the public into the daily facts.

Melati Suryodarmo  born 1969 in Surakarta Indonesia, lives and works in Braunschweig.   She is graduated in International Relations and Political Sciences in Bandung, Indonesia. 1994 She moved to Germany and began her study at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig, with Mara Mattuschka, Anzu Furukawa and Marina Abramovic. She is graduated in Fine Art, and finished her Meisterschule in 2002 with Performance Art as her main major.

Melati Suryodarmo has participated in various performance festivals and exhibitions in Germany and other countries in Europe.

Melati Suryodarmo, "Alé Lino".

EXERGY – butter dance

There are moments

Which I never expect to be happened

Which are exploded when I loose my view

Which remain empty when I want to fulfil

 

Accident is just one moment

Silence is just one moment

Happiness is just one moment

This is just one moment

Of being caught by the moment

Melati dances on the butter

 

Melati Suryodarmo´s  performances concern with cultural, social and political aspects, in which she articulates through her body. She has high physically arresting with sharp confidence and sensuality to her movement. The arrangement overtones to her performances were never overworked but gave the pieces an edgy closeness.

In her performances, she uses specific objects, which are abstracting her conceptual thoughts but at the same time bringing the public into the daily facts.

Melati Suryodarmo  born 1969 in Surakarta Indonesia, lives and works in Braunschweig.   She is graduated in International Relations and Political Sciences in Bandung, Indonesia. 1994 She moved to Germany and began her study at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig, with Mara Mattuschka, Anzu Furukawa and Marina Abramovic. She is graduated in Fine Art, and finished her Meisterschule in 2002 with Performance Art as her main major.

Melati Suryodarmo has participated in various performance festivals and exhibitions in Germany and other countries in Europe.

Melati Suryodarmo, "Alé Lino".

EXERGY – butter dance

There are moments

Which I never expect to be happened

Which are exploded when I loose my view

Which remain empty when I want to fulfil

 

Accident is just one moment

Silence is just one moment

Happiness is just one moment

This is just one moment

Of being caught by the moment

Melati dances on the butter

 

Melati Suryodarmo´s  performances concern with cultural, social and political aspects, in which she articulates through her body. She has high physically arresting with sharp confidence and sensuality to her movement. The arrangement overtones to her performances were never overworked but gave the pieces an edgy closeness.

In her performances, she uses specific objects, which are abstracting her conceptual thoughts but at the same time bringing the public into the daily facts.

Melati Suryodarmo  born 1969 in Surakarta Indonesia, lives and works in Braunschweig.   She is graduated in International Relations and Political Sciences in Bandung, Indonesia. 1994 She moved to Germany and began her study at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig, with Mara Mattuschka, Anzu Furukawa and Marina Abramovic. She is graduated in Fine Art, and finished her Meisterschule in 2002 with Performance Art as her main major.

Melati Suryodarmo has participated in various performance festivals and exhibitions in Germany and other countries in Europe.

Nazaket Ekici, "180 wishes".

Nezaket Ekici artistic ideas are based from every day live situations, social art, cultural atmospheres. The Performances of her are expressed in using the body alone, as part of the installatians and within the context of an audience. The subjects: deal with are time, movment, space, material, body, action/interaction.

Nezaket Ekici born 1970 in turkey and lives sinces 1973 in Germany. She is a artist from two cultures and lives and works in Berlin.

She finished her Master in Arthistory and Artpedagogy. Since 2000 she study by Marina Abramovic at the HBK Braunschweig.

Ekici has been participating in various international and national Groupexibitions and artist Workshops in Germany and Europe. She has worked with international Artist like Ilya Kabakov and Tania Bruguera.

Nazaket Ekici, "180 wishes".

Nezaket Ekici artistic ideas are based from every day live situations, social art, cultural atmospheres. The Performances of her are expressed in using the body alone, as part of the installatians and within the context of an audience. The subjects: deal with are time, movment, space, material, body, action/interaction.

Nezaket Ekici born 1970 in turkey and lives sinces 1973 in Germany. She is a artist from two cultures and lives and works in Berlin.

She finished her Master in Arthistory and Artpedagogy. Since 2000 she study by Marina Abramovic at the HBK Braunschweig.

Ekici has been participating in various international and national Groupexibitions and artist Workshops in Germany and Europe. She has worked with international Artist like Ilya Kabakov and Tania Bruguera.

Nazaket Ekici, "180 wishes".

Nezaket Ekici artistic ideas are based from every day live situations, social art, cultural atmospheres. The Performances of her are expressed in using the body alone, as part of the installatians and within the context of an audience. The subjects: deal with are time, movment, space, material, body, action/interaction.

Nezaket Ekici born 1970 in turkey and lives sinces 1973 in Germany. She is a artist from two cultures and lives and works in Berlin.

She finished her Master in Arthistory and Artpedagogy. Since 2000 she study by Marina Abramovic at the HBK Braunschweig.

Ekici has been participating in various international and national Groupexibitions and artist Workshops in Germany and Europe. She has worked with international Artist like Ilya Kabakov and Tania Bruguera.

Viola Yesiltac, "No Titel (German Flag)".

Viola Yesiltac analyses and observs humen characters, her special interest 

is on failures and defects. Introverted type of women, insecure but charismatic finds herselfs in different situations. The Themes are often autobiographical and very often she is the center figure of her work. 

No Titel (German Flag) 

The Performance deals with the  question about nationality. 

Growing up with a türkish father and a german mother, too nationalities which are not easily to combine. This Performance exactly deals with the searching for the  rules that makes identity as one. 

Viola Yesiltac lives and works in Braunschweig and Hannover. 

Since 2000 she is a student by Marina Abramovic. 

Nezaket Ekici, Irina Thorman, "Join us now".

For two years now Irina Thorman and Roland P. Runge have been working on the issue of nationalism and patriotism. They use strong slogan-like symbols in order to trace back the character of national and patriotic gestures.

Red-yellow-blue, the primary colors in painting make up the flag in their work. This flag could represent any country.

Nezaket Ekici born 1970 in turkey and lives sinces 1973 in Germany. She is a artist from two cultures and lives and works in Berlin.

She finished her Master in Arthistory and Artpedagogy. Since 2000 she study by Marina Abramovic at the HBK Braunschweig.

Ekici has been participating in various international and national Groupexibitions and artist Workshops in Germany and Europe. She has worked with international Artist like Ilya Kabakov and Tania Bruguera.

Irina Thorman born 1971 in Ratzeburg. She studied arttherapy at the Fachhochschule Ottersberg from 1994-1998 and finished with diploma. She lives and works as arttherapist and artist in the country of North-Germany. Since 1998 she studying with Marina Abramovic at the Kunsthochschule Braunschweig. Irina Thorman has participated in various exhibitions and projekts, for example: Projektraum, artwork of living, www.projektraum-berlin.de, Berlin, from 1999 to Feb. 2001 Virus, Theaterprojekt, Theater am Halleschen Ufer, Berlin u. Pumpenhaus, Münster, 2000 art migration, Nationalmuseum, Stettin, Polen, 2000 Wer hat Angst vor Rogger Whittacker?, Kunstverein „Freunde aktueller Kunst“, Zwickau, 2001„prêt-á-perform“, class of Marina Abramovic, Galerie Viafarini, Mailand, 2002

Nezaket Ekici, Irina Thorman, "Join us now".

For two years now Irina Thorman and Roland P. Runge have been working on the issue of nationalism and patriotism. They use strong slogan-like symbols in order to trace back the character of national and patriotic gestures.

Red-yellow-blue, the primary colors in painting make up the flag in their work. This flag could represent any country.

Nezaket Ekici born 1970 in turkey and lives sinces 1973 in Germany. She is a artist from two cultures and lives and works in Berlin.

She finished her Master in Arthistory and Artpedagogy. Since 2000 she study by Marina Abramovic at the HBK Braunschweig.

Ekici has been participating in various international and national Groupexibitions and artist Workshops in Germany and Europe. She has worked with international Artist like Ilya Kabakov and Tania Bruguera.

Irina Thorman born 1971 in Ratzeburg. She studied arttherapy at the Fachhochschule Ottersberg from 1994-1998 and finished with diploma. She lives and works as arttherapist and artist in the country of North-Germany. Since 1998 she studying with Marina Abramovic at the Kunsthochschule Braunschweig. Irina Thorman has participated in various exhibitions and projekts, for example: Projektraum, artwork of living, www.projektraum-berlin.de, Berlin, from 1999 to Feb. 2001 Virus, Theaterprojekt, Theater am Halleschen Ufer, Berlin u. Pumpenhaus, Münster, 2000 art migration, Nationalmuseum, Stettin, Polen, 2000 Wer hat Angst vor Rogger Whittacker?, Kunstverein „Freunde aktueller Kunst“, Zwickau, 2001„prêt-á-perform“, class of Marina Abramovic, Galerie Viafarini, Mailand, 2002

Nezaket Ekici, "Hullabelly".

Nezaket Ekici artistic ideas are based from every day live situations, social art, cultural atmospheres. The Performances of her are expressed in using the body alone, as part of the installatians and within the context of an audience. The subjects: deal with are time, movment, space, material, body, action/interaction.

“Hullabelly” is a performance and a installation, which tries to connect by his simplicity Cultural differences of two cultures and bring in a new context. By the choice of the elements of eastern belly dance music and Hula-hoop the viewer sees an approach of islamic tradition and today western culture. A piece of freedom thought is moved therefore in the Performance.

Irina Thorman, "Join Us Now".

Irina Thorman born 1971 in Ratzeburg. She studied arttherapy at the Fachhochschule Ottersberg from 1994-1998 and finished with diploma. She lives and works as arttherapist and artist in the country of North-Germany. Since 1998 she studying with Marina Abramovic at the Kunsthochschule Braunschweig. Irina Thorman has participated in various exhibitions and projekts, for example:

Projektraum, artwork of living, www.projektraum-berlin.de, Berlin, from 1999 to Feb. 2001

Virus, Theaterprojekt, Theater am Halleschen Ufer, Berlin u. Pumpenhaus, Münster, 2000

art migration, Nationalmuseum, Stettin, Polen, 2000, Wer hat Angst vor Rogger Whittacker?, Kunstverein „Freunde aktueller Kunst“, Zwickau, 2001 „prêt-á-perform“, class of Marina Abramovic, Galerie Viafarini, Mailand, 2002

For two years now Irina Thorman and Roland P. Runge have been working on the issue of nationalism and patriotism. They use strong slogan-like symbols in order to trace back the character of national and patriotic gestures.

Red-yellow-blue, the primary colors in painting make up the flag in their work. This flag could represent any country.

The projekt Join Us Now in Milano contain 3 works. Two video loops are projected life-sized in a room at one wall. At the same time the live performance fatherlandssongs will be shown outside from the museum.

In the performance fatherlandssongs Irina Thorman and Roland P. Runge are working with archaic symbols. With the two videoprojektions family and fatherland has burnt down they playing with the stereotype family: father, mother, child; and with the confrontation of dreariness with hope. All three works circle around a human desire, which find expression in national and patriotic gestures. The sound of the work is created out of statements from homepagevisitors of www.joinusnow.org.

Lotte Lindner, "Mountain".

The performative installation shows a room in a room: a tent as the smallest private space. You can not find out what the performer does inside. At the same time it becomes a sculpture itself. Room will be inside and out as the performer comes out of the tent from time to time only to show his pride: this is the conquest of time and space.

The performer Lotte Lindner is born 1971 in Bremen, Germany. She lives and works in Hannover. At Braunschweig School of Arts she studied sculpture, since 2000 she studied with Marina Abramovic. In 2003 she finished artschool.

She understands performance as a possibility for temporary sculpture.

Daniel  Mueller-Friedrichsen e Susanne Winterling, "Steady state".

Each gun is target and agressor : steady state- no movement possible.The piece of the two Berlin based artists is a reaction on the contempory political situation.

Collaborative work with Susanne Winterling at transart02, Brixen, Italy 2002

Declan Rooney, "Servitude".

In the performative aspect of his practice, Declan Rooney seeks to re-inhabite the body through experience, memory, cultural history and tradition. Ideas of imitation and falsity, passion and obsession, contrition and folly are demonstrated in works that are both ritualised and spontaneous. He is interested in the communal and the collective, the public and the private and in creating a proactive and reactive dialogue with the audience.

Declan Rooney was born in 1977 in Ireland studied Fine Art at the National College of Art of Design in Dublin, graduating in 1998. Rooney works in various mediums including installation, photography, video, object making and live performance. He has exhibited in various group exhibitions in Ireland as well as co-ordinating and curating interdisciplinary festivals and exhibitions. He is currently based in Ireland and Germany.

Anna Berendtson, "Demo".

Anna Berndtson is a Swedish artist who after several years in England is now living and working in Berlin, Germany. Here she has been participating in various international dance and theatre performances. Since autumn 2001, Anna Berndtson is a student of Marina Abramovic at the HBK Braunschweig, Germany.

Anton Soloveitchik, "Untitled".

Anton Soloveitchiks works are based on his believes that his route extends between

acceptance and resistance, between stone and water. It is a field of tension, that he

sees him self in.

In the performance “Bad News”, Anton Soloveithick sits next to a digital answering

maschine which plays all bad messages he has collected. Soloveitchik brings an image

of damaged life into another dimension.

Anton Soloveitchik is born 1973 St.-Petersburg, Russia. Since 1999, he lives and works

in St.-Petersburg and Braunschweig.

Soloveitchik studied Ecology of University St-Petersburg and finished in 1995. Since

1999, study HBK Braunschweig, Germany by prof.G.Bütenbender and B.Hein/Film,

prof.D.Eißfeldt /Foto and prof. M.Abramovic /performance. Soloveitchik has been

participating several exhibitions in St. Petersburg, Moscow and Germany.

Anton Soloveitchik, "Untitled".

Anton Soloveitchiks works are based on his believes that his route extends between

acceptance and resistance, between stone and water. It is a field of tension, that he

sees him self in.

In the performance “Bad News”, Anton Soloveithick sits next to a digital answering

maschine which plays all bad messages he has collected. Soloveitchik brings an image

of damaged life into another dimension.

Anton Soloveitchik is born 1973 St.-Petersburg, Russia. Since 1999, he lives and works

in St.-Petersburg and Braunschweig.

Soloveitchik studied Ecology of University St-Petersburg and finished in 1995. Since

1999, study HBK Braunschweig, Germany by prof.G.Bütenbender and B.Hein/Film,

prof.D.Eißfeldt /Foto and prof. M.Abramovic /performance. Soloveitchik has been

participating several exhibitions in St. Petersburg, Moscow and Germany.

Eun Hye Hwang, "The Worship of Coffee".

Eun Hye Hwang, "The Worship of Coffee".

Franz Gerald Krumpl, "Refreshing Sculptures".

Performance as  the transformation of message, shape and time into sign language in space is the way of my expression, my interfering the community of mankind.

Controling loss of self control, delighting audience, creating atmospheres, making studip things.

Gerald fanz kurmpl: born 1970 in carinthia, austria, studied of art and drama in berlin and braunschweig, franz got grants from ministry of culture in austria, the goethe institute and support from the cultural fond of berlin, he is presented at various festivals and gives lectures and workshops about performance art. he lives and works in berlin/germany and somogyszitfa/hungary.

Grants: Akademie Graz 1997 Ministery of culture, Vienna Austria 2001, goethe Inter-nations

lives in Berlin and Somogyzsitfa, Hungary.

Franz Gerald Krumpl, "Refreshing Sculptures".

Performance as  the transformation of message, shape and time into sign language in space is the way of my expression, my interfering the community of mankind.

Controling loss of self control, delighting audience, creating atmospheres, making studip things.

Gerald fanz kurmpl: born 1970 in carinthia, austria, studied of art and drama in berlin and braunschweig, franz got grants from ministry of culture in austria, the goethe institute and support from the cultural fond of berlin, he is presented at various festivals and gives lectures and workshops about performance art. he lives and works in berlin/germany and somogyszitfa/hungary.

Grants: Akademie Graz 1997 Ministery of culture, Vienna Austria 2001, goethe Inter-nations

lives in Berlin and Somogyzsitfa, Hungary.

Franz Gerald Krumpl, "Refreshing Sculptures".

Performance as  the transformation of message, shape and time into sign language in space is the way of my expression, my interfering the community of mankind.

Controling loss of self control, delighting audience, creating atmospheres, making studip things.

Gerald fanz kurmpl: born 1970 in carinthia, austria, studied of art and drama in berlin and braunschweig, franz got grants from ministry of culture in austria, the goethe institute and support from the cultural fond of berlin, he is presented at various festivals and gives lectures and workshops about performance art. he lives and works in berlin/germany and somogyszitfa/hungary.

Grants: Akademie Graz 1997 Ministery of culture, Vienna Austria 2001, goethe Inter-nations

lives in Berlin and Somogyzsitfa, Hungary.

Franz Gerald Krumpl, "Refreshing Sculptures".

Performance as  the transformation of message, shape and time into sign language in space is the way of my expression, my interfering the community of mankind.

Controling loss of self control, delighting audience, creating atmospheres, making studip things.

Gerald fanz kurmpl: born 1970 in carinthia, austria, studied of art and drama in berlin and braunschweig, franz got grants from ministry of culture in austria, the goethe institute and support from the cultural fond of berlin, he is presented at various festivals and gives lectures and workshops about performance art. he lives and works in berlin/germany and somogyszitfa/hungary.

Grants: Akademie Graz 1997 Ministery of culture, Vienna Austria 2001, goethe Inter-nations

lives in Berlin and Somogyzsitfa, Hungary

Yingmei Duan, "Friend".

“Sexuality is very important in every society. Sexuality is similar to science and ritual. Each society system instructs different  rituals. Sexuality concerns not only the family but also religion, philosophy, psychology and so on.“

Chinenish artist Yingmei Duan has told us „There is totally another cultur. We haven’t sexsual education in the school of my country. Before I was 21 years old, I really knew nothing about sex and I have never spoken  the word about “Sex“. I have a lot of questions in my mind at that time, for example: “ Why does woman become pregnant?“  “Where do I come from?“ “ why do my  parents make a quarrel?“ Until my girlfriend asked me, what I knew about sex? I was  very busy since that day.“

Description of the Performance: A naked man stands in a spotlight in the middle of the room. He looks in the direction of public. Birds ton from Forest sounds and I come in from one side of the room. I wear a pink dress and glasses. I am looking for something with the magnifying glass and  stealthy go to  the man. I am  shy to see penis back und forth und very curios about penis of man und check it through the magnifying glass. After I have finished my intensiv studies of penis, I leave the room thoughtfully.

1970  born in Shenyang, Liaoning Province/ China.

 

Education

1987-1989  Studies of oil exploration at the Northeast Petroleum University, China; 1991-1993    Advanced studies in oil painting and mural painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in  Beijing; 1996-1997  Advanced studies in sculpture at the Central Academy of Applied Arts in Beijing; Since 1999    Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Braunschweig, Germany at Prof. Nobert Tadeusz und Mara Mattuschka; Seit 2000   at Prof. Birgit Hein  and Marina Abramovic.

Yingmei Duan, "Friend".

“Sexuality is very important in every society. Sexuality is similar to science and ritual. Each society system instructs different  rituals. Sexuality concerns not only the family but also religion, philosophy, psychology and so on.“

Chinenish artist Yingmei Duan has told us „There is totally another cultur. We haven’t sexsual education in the school of my country. Before I was 21 years old, I really knew nothing about sex and I have never spoken  the word about “Sex“. I have a lot of questions in my mind at that time, for example: “ Why does woman become pregnant?“  “Where do I come from?“ “ why do my  parents make a quarrel?“ Until my girlfriend asked me, what I knew about sex? I was  very busy since that day.“

Description of the Performance: A naked man stands in a spotlight in the middle of the room. He looks in the direction of public. Birds ton from Forest sounds and I come in from one side of the room. I wear a pink dress and glasses. I am looking for something with the magnifying glass and  stealthy go to  the man. I am  shy to see penis back und forth und very curios about penis of man und check it through the magnifying glass. After I have finished my intensiv studies of penis, I leave the room thoughtfully.

1970  born in Shenyang, Liaoning Province/ China.

 

Education

1987-1989  Studies of oil exploration at the Northeast Petroleum University, China; 1991-1993    Advanced studies in oil painting and mural painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in  Beijing; 1996-1997  Advanced studies in sculpture at the Central Academy of Applied Arts in Beijing; Since 1999    Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Braunschweig, Germany at Prof. Nobert Tadeusz und Mara Mattuschka; Seit 2000   at Prof. Birgit Hein  and Marina Abramovic.

Yingmei Duan, "Friend".

“Sexuality is very important in every society. Sexuality is similar to science and ritual. Each society system instructs different  rituals. Sexuality concerns not only the family but also religion, philosophy, psychology and so on.“

Chinenish artist Yingmei Duan has told us „There is totally another cultur. We haven’t sexsual education in the school of my country. Before I was 21 years old, I really knew nothing about sex and I have never spoken  the word about “Sex“. I have a lot of questions in my mind at that time, for example: “ Why does woman become pregnant?“  “Where do I come from?“ “ why do my  parents make a quarrel?“ Until my girlfriend asked me, what I knew about sex? I was  very busy since that day.“

Description of the Performance: A naked man stands in a spotlight in the middle of the room. He looks in the direction of public. Birds ton from Forest sounds and I come in from one side of the room. I wear a pink dress and glasses. I am looking for something with the magnifying glass and  stealthy go to  the man. I am  shy to see penis back und forth und very curios about penis of man und check it through the magnifying glass. After I have finished my intensiv studies of penis, I leave the room thoughtfully.

1970  born in Shenyang, Liaoning Province/ China.

 

Education

1987-1989  Studies of oil exploration at the Northeast Petroleum University, China; 1991-1993    Advanced studies in oil painting and mural painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in  Beijing; 1996-1997  Advanced studies in sculpture at the Central Academy of Applied Arts in Beijing; Since 1999    Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Braunschweig, Germany at Prof. Nobert Tadeusz und Mara Mattuschka; Seit 2000   at Prof. Birgit Hein  and Marina Abramovic.

Ivan Civic, "Back in Sarajevo... after 10 years...".

Back in sarajevo... after 10 years... is a live performance where  the artist Ivan Civic presents his return to his native town... Sarajevo. A video projection is beamed on a wall, above the ground. Coming out of the wall there is a metal construction on which the performer can "virtualy" step into the filmed city and interact with what he has filmed live from the 9th till the 15th of August 2002. The video is five hours long and during that time the rests of the city, relatives and friends will be portrayed through a non stop, live, new expierience. The performance lasts as long as the video does, without a pause.

IVAN CIVIC, born 30.06.1979

 

Studies:

Liceo scientifico "Giorgio dal Piaz", Feltre, Italy 1994-1999 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany since 1999.

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30.06.1979.

Primary studies in New York, U.S.A. and Sarajevo. Secondary school in Italy.  Currently studies art at the Highschool of fine arts in Braunschweig, Germany by Marina Abramovic (Performance) and Birgit Hein (experimental video and film).

Ivan Civic, "Back in Sarajevo... after 10 years...".

Back in sarajevo... after 10 years... is a live performance where  the artist Ivan Civic presents his return to his native town... Sarajevo. A video projection is beamed on a wall, above the ground. Coming out of the wall there is a metal construction on which the performer can "virtualy" step into the filmed city and interact with what he has filmed live from the 9th till the 15th of August 2002. The video is five hours long and during that time the rests of the city, relatives and friends will be portrayed through a non stop, live, new expierience. The performance lasts as long as the video does, without a pause.

IVAN CIVIC, born 30.06.1979

 

Studies:

Liceo scientifico "Giorgio dal Piaz", Feltre, Italy 1994-1999 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany since 1999

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30.06.1979.

Primary studies in New York, U.S.A. and Sarajevo. Secondary school in Italy.  Currently studies art at the Highschool of fine arts in Braunschweig, Germany by Marina Abramovic (Performance) and Birgit Hein (experimental video and film).

Ivan Civic, "Back in Sarajevo... after 10 years...".

Back in sarajevo... after 10 years... is a live performance where  the artist Ivan Civic presents his return to his native town... Sarajevo. A video projection is beamed on a wall, above the ground. Coming out of the wall there is a metal construction on which the performer can "virtualy" step into the filmed city and interact with what he has filmed live from the 9th till the 15th of August 2002. The video is five hours long and during that time the rests of the city, relatives and friends will be portrayed through a non stop, live, new expierience. The performance lasts as long as the video does, without a pause.

IVAN CIVIC, born 30.06.1979

 

Studies:

Liceo scientifico "Giorgio dal Piaz", Feltre, Italy 1994-1999 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany since 1999,

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30.06.1979.

Primary studies in New York, U.S.A. and Sarajevo. Secondary school in Italy.  Currently studies art at the Highschool of fine arts in Braunschweig, Germany by Marina Abramovic (Performance) and Birgit Hein (experimental video and film).

Ivan Civic, "Back in Sarajevo... after 10 years...".

Back in sarajevo... after 10 years... is a live performance where  the artist Ivan Civic presents his return to his native town... Sarajevo. A video projection is beamed on a wall, above the ground. Coming out of the wall there is a metal construction on which the performer can "virtualy" step into the filmed city and interact with what he has filmed live from the 9th till the 15th of August 2002. The video is five hours long and during that time the rests of the city, relatives and friends will be portrayed through a non stop, live, new expierience. The performance lasts as long as the video does, without a pause.
IVAN CIVIC, born 30.06.1979

 

Studies:

Liceo scientifico "Giorgio dal Piaz", Feltre, Italy 1994-1999 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany since 1999.

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30.06.1979.

Primary studies in New York, U.S.A. and Sarajevo. Secondary school in Italy.  Currently studies art at the Highschool of fine arts in Braunschweig, Germany by Marina Abramovic (Performance) and Birgit Hein (experimental video and film).

Ivan Civic, "Back in Sarajevo... after 10 years...".

Back in sarajevo... after 10 years... is a live performance where  the artist Ivan Civic presents his return to his native town... Sarajevo. A video projection is beamed on a wall, above the ground. Coming out of the wall there is a metal construction on which the performer can "virtualy" step into the filmed city and interact with what he has filmed live from the 9th till the 15th of August 2002. The video is five hours long and during that time the rests of the city, relatives and friends will be portrayed through a non stop, live, new expierience. The performance lasts as long as the video does, without a pause.
IVAN CIVIC, born 30.06.1979

 

Studies:

Liceo scientifico "Giorgio dal Piaz", Feltre, Italy 1994-1999 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany since 1999

 

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30.06.1979.

Primary studies in New York, U.S.A. and Sarajevo. Secondary school in Italy.  Currently studies art at the Highschool of fine arts in Braunschweig, Germany by Marina Abramovic (Performance) and Birgit Hein (experimental video and film).

Ivan Civic, "Back in Sarajevo... after 10 years...".
Back in sarajevo... after 10 years... is a live performance where  the artist Ivan Civic presents his return to his native town... Sarajevo. A video projection is beamed on a wall, above the ground. Coming out of the wall there is a metal construction on which the performer can "virtualy" step into the filmed city and interact with what he has filmed live from the 9th till the 15th of August 2002. The video is five hours long and during that time the rests of the city, relatives and friends will be portrayed through a non stop, live, new expierience. The performance lasts as long as the video does, without a pause.
IVAN CIVIC, born 30.06.1979

 

Studies:

Liceo scientifico "Giorgio dal Piaz", Feltre, Italy 1994-1999 Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Braunschweig, Germany since 1999.
Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30.06.1979.
Primary studies in New York, U.S.A. and Sarajevo. Secondary school in Italy.  Currently studies art at the Highschool of fine arts in Braunschweig, Germany by Marina Abramovic (Performance) and Birgit Hein (experimental video and film).

"Angela Vettese è in Italia una delle persone che più ha fatto per promuovere la ricerca artistica contemporaneamente, facendosi iniziatrice di molte operazioni che hanno creato benefici e conseguenze a lungo termine, tra cui la tenuta di uno spazio sulle pagine e culturali del quotidiano Il Sole 24 Ore, l’avvio del corso di arti visive presso l’università d’architettura IUAV a Venezia, la creazione di corsi quali quelli di Fondazione Antonio Ratti, di premi quali il Premio Furla, la gestione di residenze quale la Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, la scrittura degli unici testi scolastici sil contemporaneo editi in Italia, la direzione di musei quali quelli Civico di Modena e la Fondazione Pomodoro. Tra tutte le cose che ha fatto, guadagnandosi il rispetto di così tante persone, Angela ha anche sostenuto Viafarini, con consigli e progetti, durante quasi 30 anni. Per questo motivo è Presidente onorario di Viafarini".

Patrizia Brusarosco

"Uno dei ruoli più importanti per dare vita a una mostra è quello dell allestitore, figura poco nota per il ruolo determinante che invece ricopre. L’allestitore è di solito un artista lui stesso, ed è il personaggio di cui davvero l’autore della mostra si fida, al di là del curatore. È la sua baby sitter, Il suo tranquillante. Ci sono a Milano alcune figure importanti che si sono alternate nelle varie gallerie, e Stefano Dugnani per un periodo è stata una di quelle. Ma sicuramente la più longeva e riconosciuta dagli artisti è la persona di Mihovil Markulin, che collabora con Viafarini dal 2001, dal primi progetto con Marina Abramovic. Mihovil ha studiato allAccademia di Brera e poi si è specializzato come assistente degli artisti, lavorando anche alla Fondazione Antonio Ratti e alle gallerie Susi Shamah e Francesca Kaufmann".

Patrizia Brusarosco