Saturday, May 28, 2016

Bosediva : Processing\Bangalore

In a performance of nine to twelve hours, spread over three consecutive days, performer Elisa Duca from Berlin will manipulate objects found in Bangalore. She will create layers of different systems of order on top of each other, an ever-changing order and disorder of things in a Work in Process. The performer will follow impromptu impulses and create beauty from a series of accidents on the spur of the moment.

The space that viewers will encounter in the course of three days will never look the same. PROCESSING\BANGALORE is a celebration of everyday failure and success, of sense and nonsense, of the never-ending process of life itself.

The performance will be complemented by a video installation titled GERMANY.

The German artist-duo bösediva is looking for a new mix of the devices of theatre and the visual arts. One of the main subjects of research is the tension between the romantic impulses of narrative in theatre and literature and the supposed purity of the art object as a commodity. bösediva has spent the past seven weeks at 1 Shanthi Road in Bangalore as guests of the bangaloREsidency of Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan.

Performer: Elisa Duca
Video Art, Outside Eye: Robin Detje
Assistant: Ann-Sophie von Schwartzenberg

Made possible with the invaluable support of Suresh Jayaram, Sandeep T.K., Umesh Kumar, VAG Forum, Christoph Bertrams, Maureen Gonsalves

Produced by bösediva, 1Shanthi Road and Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore.

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