Media type: Performance
Location: Arti et Amicitiae
Client: MILK Amsterdam
With pop-up objects, Noorlander reveals the continuously changing patterns through the movement of the body. Noorlander studies folding techniques and projections in which she plays with space, light and time. This performance focuses on the cyborg as a philosophical concept from Donna Harraway, with the bionic human being as a technological mutant who can constantly change meaning. What is the role of the body? Can we view the body of the cyborg as just a platform for (technological) meaning? Or does the body fold the patterns of meaning, and how does this happen?
Performer: Alice Pons (performer)
Soundscape: Ibelisse Guardia Ferragutti
Costume: Merel Noorlander and Pelske Veerle van Rossum
Video registration: Konstantin
The performance is part of the exhitbit Out of Order.
The exhibition is a concept and production of the MILK art initiative. She sees a generation of artists experimenting with industrial techniques and natural forces to generate movement in their work. Their mechanical designs are intended to explore artistic discipline, form, material, time and space. The active exhibition is a response to digital and interactive developments in art. It offers a physical counterbalance and shows the course of things; a reality that the viewer has little influence on. The changing images are random or are proportional to time. The front and back of the movement process is visible in the installations. With this kinetic exhibition, MILK not only shows the beauty of movement, but also the sounds associated with it and the often inevitable standstill.
Artists: Merel Noorlander & Oscar Peters, Jorrit Paaijmans, Jean-Philippe Paumier, Joris Strijbos & Nicky Assmann, Art van Triest, Philip Vermeulen and Corine Zomer.
Out of Order | Performing Objects
26 mei t/m 17 juni 2018
Arti et Amicitiae
Rokin 112, 1012 LB Amsterdam