29 February and 1 March.
Universität / Haute École
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In voice and movement, but especially in print we live in a birds eyed mandala pattern of ghosts. Take me to the pleinair painting studio and ask me “will this picture ever be free form” ! Through the discussion of a short series of texts concentrated around the development of positioning oneself in society through movement and access to printed matter we move to a poetry reading and dance on film combined with and a day of beginners printmaking techniques. We will weave through a trajectory of choréologie and printed money towards the filtered relationships of value and social empowerment through poetry, dance and painting.
First day reading discussion from Choreographing Empathy Kinesthesia In Performance by Dr. Susan Leigh Foster and Exhausting Dance: Performance and the Politics of Movement by Andre Lepecki. Discussion on contemporary choreology, viewing of Dance films and a presentation of my work and a small preparation for the following days monotype. Second day working in the printmaking workshop on monotypes.
MATTHEW LUTZ-KINOY (b. 1984 New York) lives and works in Los Angeles. He studied at the Rijksakademie and received his BFA from Cooper Union in 2007. Recent exhibitions include: Princess Pompom in The Villa of Flowers, Mendes Wood DM, Sao Paulo (2015); Crystal Mist, Pro Choice, Paris (2014); PORT, Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles (2014); Lutz-Kinoy’s Loose Bodies, Elaine MGK, Basel (2013); and KERAMIKOS – a touring exhibition with Natsuko Uchino at the Kunsthal Charlottenborg; Kunsthalle Baden-Baden; Elaine Museum für Gegenwarts Kunst, Basel and Villa Romana Florence (2012-2013). He has staged performances at the Nomas Foundation, Rome; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and the New Museum, New York. His videos have been screened at the Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Berlinale Film Festival; New Museum, New York; and White Chapel Gallery, London.He recently participated in a production of Shuji Terayama‘s plays in Theater der Überforderung at the Kunsthalle Zurich (directed by Barbara Weber). His forthcoming collaborative re-staging of Terayama‘s plays with Tobias Madison, Rotten Wood, the Dripping Word: Shuji Terayama’s – Kegawa no Marii, will premiere at PS1 in April 2016.