Play by the rule

Play By The Rule

Video  2’40’’ 2016 The video juxtaposes a series of choreographies at two and four hands, tracing webs of paint strokes, with the performed transcript of a Vladimir Nabokov interview. While the exercises performed with the brushes alludes to Bernard Frize

Play by the rule

Play By The Rule

Video  2’40’’ 2016 The video juxtaposes a series of choreographies at two and four hands, tracing webs of paint strokes, with the performed transcript of a Vladimir Nabokov interview. While the exercises performed with the brushes alludes to Bernard Frize

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Zen Archery

Improvised stories based on words contained in advertising slogans and responding to the rhythm of changing rotating billboards, transform the illuminated billboards into projections.

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Zen Archery

Improvised stories based on words contained in advertising slogans and responding to the rhythm of changing rotating billboards, transform the illuminated billboards into projections.

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Many Mutually Incompatible Moods

Performance 13’ 10th of October 2015 Two brothers sitting on either side of a specially constructed sea-saw mechanism are reading successively three letters and corresponding diaries entries from Robert Musil, addressed to three different women.

photo_musil

Many Mutually Incompatible Moods

Performance 13’ 10th of October 2015 Two brothers sitting on either side of a specially constructed sea-saw mechanism are reading successively three letters and corresponding diaries entries from Robert Musil, addressed to three different women.

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A Motion Page

Performance for an overhead projector, 12 ‘, 2015 Half way in between film and live performance, the actor recite Robert Walser short story ‘The last prose piece’ while turning the pages of a book placed under the overhead projector. Like an

a motion page frame

A Motion Page

Performance for an overhead projector, 12 ‘, 2015 Half way in between film and live performance, the actor recite Robert Walser short story ‘The last prose piece’ while turning the pages of a book placed under the overhead projector. Like an

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Rock Pigeon

Chess set, edition of 1, 45 x 45 x 12 cm, 2013 Arguments that may have been used during the notorious dispute between Huxley and Wilberforce on Darwin’s evolution of species theory are reproduced separately on the white and black

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Rock Pigeon

Chess set, edition of 1, 45 x 45 x 12 cm, 2013 Arguments that may have been used during the notorious dispute between Huxley and Wilberforce on Darwin’s evolution of species theory are reproduced separately on the white and black

Double Bind

Double Bind

Book, edition of 5, 15 x 21 x 2,5 cm, 2012
The text from T. Pynchon The Crying of Lot 49 novel is laid out on the pages of this edition sideway. Every individual section of the book is bound using two different color threads. The black thread is then used to underline certain words, which when read one after the other form a intelligible message to the reader, an alternative narration to the one existing in the text.

Double Bind

Double Bind

Book, edition of 5, 15 x 21 x 2,5 cm, 2012
The text from T. Pynchon The Crying of Lot 49 novel is laid out on the pages of this edition sideway. Every individual section of the book is bound using two different color threads. The black thread is then used to underline certain words, which when read one after the other form a intelligible message to the reader, an alternative narration to the one existing in the text.

The Awaken Dreamer

The Awaken Dreamer

Performance, 20 min, 2012
The performer reads selected dreams passages from several novels written by Vladimir Nabokov using a library wheel, a machine invented by Agostino Ramelli in the 14th century. The system of the wheel embodies the reading process as a trigger for digressive thinking, fortuitous combinations and slips. The grotesque apparatus functions as the instrument for associative thinking, an oneiric tool to help the narrator meander through different visions.

The Awaken Dreamer

The Awaken Dreamer

Performance, 20 min, 2012
The performer reads selected dreams passages from several novels written by Vladimir Nabokov using a library wheel, a machine invented by Agostino Ramelli in the 14th century. The system of the wheel embodies the reading process as a trigger for digressive thinking, fortuitous combinations and slips. The grotesque apparatus functions as the instrument for associative thinking, an oneiric tool to help the narrator meander through different visions.