ONLINE: The Dynamic Archive - MPA
Online: The Dynamic Archive - MPA
Lectureseries / 09.06.2020
At the series of The Dynamic Archive MPA will introduce themselves and their work.
Can we live?
how we live
In 2017, I directed the live artwork "Orbit" at the Whitney Museum of American Art, in which myself and performance artists Amapola Prada and Elizabeth Sonnenburg, lived for 10-days in between the narrow window panes of the museum's theater in a biosphere set. Our conditions partially emulated the simulation projects conducted by universities and space agencies to test human life on spacecrafts and planets like Mars, but prioritized artistic and esoteric agendas that culminated into an experiment for "real theater".
I will be sharing my story with this artwork and other works to open up a discussion about how we live and can we? Racism, classicism, and gender and body- ableism discrimination has positioned this question differently to each of us. It is my interest that we discuss our answers to these questions not theoretically but from the reality of our personal embodiment of the effects and promises we contain within us- a bodily archive- from activities of abuse, denial, and resilience.
09.06.2020, 6 pm
Internal access via Microsoft Teams: Click Link - Like it is known via Hfk-Teamsaccount.
External access via Microsoft Teams Webapp (just via Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge/Internet Explorer):
Click Link - Click Option "Stattdessen im Web teilnehmen" - set a name - mute microphone (right switcher/shifter in the window) - Click "Jetzt teilnehmen" - Waiting till moderation let you in.
Or WATCH LIVE (without access): https://thedynamicarchive.net/event/can-we-live-how-we-live
Besides the lecture MPA will do a workshop in wintersemester 20/21.