Friday, 28 May 2010

The Invisible Generation at UCCA in Beijing

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Homomecanicus at CAPC in Bordeau

18 young artist from the University in Bordeaux will together create an 6 1/2 hour performance that dialogues with the film A Clockwork Orange at CAPC on June 2, 2010. Inside the darkened space there will be two large screens where a slowed down version of Stanley Kubrick’s classic A Clockwork Orange is going to be projected so it makes an 6 1/2h version of the film. Next to the projection, 18 artists will perform specially created performances for the event. The performances will not reproduce the film, but to dialogue with it.

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Wednesday, 26 May 2010

The Invisible Generation at various public locations in Kiev - 2-4 July 2010

Oksana Chepelyk, Oleg Chorny and Gena Khmaruk, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Klas Eriksson, GangDon, Volodymyr Karashevskyi, Alexander Kokhanovsky, Oksana Plysyuk, Per Hüttner and Olav Westphalen, Jean-François Robardet and Simon Hitziger, TanzLaboratorium and Huang Xiaopeng

Curated by Per Hüttner and Yulia Usova

Vision Forum, PAI and Les’ Kurbas Center are proud to announce The Invisible Generation in Kiev.

The Invisible Generation is an ongoing contemporary art project that has appeared in different guises in Beijing, Melbourne and Shenzhen. The venues have been carefully selected due to their specific historical contexts and their perceived trajectories into the future. The project takes its starting point in performative traditions, but focuses on practices and events that cross over into other time-based activities, such as sound, film, video, literature, theatre and workshops. The project offers new situations for art and audience to meet outside of where one expects to meet an art piece or performance. The Invisible Generation allows the artists and audience to investigate how art can become a tool to shift our outlook at reality when it appears with an element of surprise.

full program here.