performance

MEN at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City

MEN at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, 2010
Public performance with Celeste Dupuy-Spencer and five percussionists: Montserrat Revah Lacouture, Maribel Pedraza, Gabriela Orta Quinta, Tania Castro Govea, and Alma Gracia Estrada

MEN is a live band and collaboration of Emily Roysdon, JD Samson, Michael O’Neill and myself. Together we conceptualized a live performance for Museo Tamayo with a growing drum corp that expanded as the show went on. The performance was also a collaboration with Celeste Dupuy-Spencer a New York-based painter and muralist who joined us to create new work that became the environment which we performed in. We painted our costumes in a similar fashion, implicating our bodies into the set.

Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz's 'No Future' & 'No Past'

Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz: "No Future" (16mm, 15') and "No Past" (16mm, 15')
Venice Biennial 2011 at the Swiss Off-Site Pavillion, curated by Andrea Thal
www.chewingthescenery.net

1 June - 2 October 2011
 - Teatro Fondamenta Nuove - Cannaregio 5013, Venezia
opening hours: 10-6 (closed on monday)

Performers: The choreographer Werner Hirsch and four musicians - Ginger Brooks Takahashi/MEN as Darby Crash; Fruity Franky/Lesbians on Ecstasy as Poly Styrene; G. Rizo as Joey Ramone; Olivia Anna Livki as Alice Bag. Director of Photography: Bernadette Paassen.

No Future and No Past are film installations that both work on punk archives from the period between 1976 and 2031 investigating the radical negativity, the self-destructiveness and the dystopia of these moments.

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