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DEBORA DELMAR CORP. is the name Débora Delmar (MX) adopted for the distribution of her artwork in 2009 while attending the School of Visual Arts in New York, USA. The projects of Debora Delmar Corp. have explored topics such as trending color schemes in branding, corporate merchandising techniques IRL and url, class issues created by producer and consumer relationships, international trading markets, as well as local and mass production; real estate, home decor and commercial interior design as contexts for consumption, business ideology and the circulation of images from high to low culture. The Debora Delmar Corp.'s logo was in fact commandeered by a chain of hospitals in Los Angeles and later tattooed onto the hips of supermodels Cara Delevigne and Jourdan Dunn.

Specially invited actors carry out a performance protocol devised by Débora Delmar, which will unfold over the course of the evening by outsourcing the social relations of Cabaret Voltaire.

This «Fun & Fury!» Performance Dienst-Tag / To-Do's Day is part of the programme It Takes All The Fucking Time curated by Michelangelo Miccolis (IT)

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Biography Debora Delmar Corp.

Débora Delmar (MX).

Recent exhibitions include: Museo Universitario del Chopo (solo), Mexico City; BB9 Berlin Biennale 2016, Berlin; Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, 2015; Modern Art Oxford (solo), 2015.

with Rasmus Bergmann (DK) & Søren Berner (DK)

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Wenn Sie «Nicht Alleine» eintreten, werden Sie Gesellschaft haben. «Nicht Alleine» schafft eine intime Atmosphäre, in der alle als das anerkannt werden, was sie wirklich sind. Alles was wir im Gegenzug wollen ist ein bisschen von Ihnen*.
Sie sind «Nicht Alleine» mit Rasmus Bergmann & Søren Berner.
* Daten werden anonym gespeichert.

If you enter Not Alone you will have company.
Not Alone creates an intimate atmosphere where everyone is recognized for what they really are. All we ask in return is that you give a little bit of yourself*. You are Not Alone with Rasmus Bergmann and Søren Berner.
*Data will be stored anonymously.

This «Fun & Fury!» Performance Dienst-Tag / To-Do's Day is part of the program Not Alone curated by Søren Berner (DK).

Ein Zeichenspiel von Till Velten (DE)

Mit Pfarrer Christoph Sigrist und Sandra Nickl.

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Bloody Mary Bar ab 19:30 Uhr
Vortrag und Gespräch ab 20:00 Uhr

Till Velten im Gespräch mit Pfarrer Christoph Sigrist, Pfarrer am Grossmünster Zürich und Sandra Nickl, Sängerin aus Zürich.

Vortrag Pfarrer Christoph Sigrist: «Oh Himmel, meine Maria! Zwinglis Fahrt mit Maria.»

Eintritt: 20 CHF inkl. Bloody Mary

Reservation: info@cabaretvoltaire.ch

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Video: Studio Velten in Kooperation mit der «Anderen Maria»

Die Andere Maria - Ein Trailer zum Zeichenspiel (Kopie) (Kopie)

by Marcel Zaes (CH)

Setting #21, 11:00 @ non announced place in greater Zürich.
Setting #22, 12:00 @ non announced place in greater Zürich.
Setting #23, 20:00 @ Cabaret Voltaire.

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Eine Serie von «Living Installations» mit je einer flüchtig definierten Bühne im Aussenraum und Performer/innen, die einem vorgegebenen Plan folgend elektronische Geräte mit gratis erhältlichen, klangerzeugenden Apps bespielen.

Marcel Zaes, 2019, Konzeptualisiert in Zusammenarbeit mit Annelie J. Graf und Philipp Cron

mit:

Simone Keller
Philip Bartels
Duri Collenberg
Moritz Müllenbach
Lukas Rickli

Setting ist eine Serie von «Living Installations», die ausschliesslich als mediatisierte Dokumente existieren. Marcel Zaes konzeptualisiert damit eine künstlerische Praxis, welche das Flüchtige von Performancekunst, die Dreidimensionalität und Ortsspezifität von Installationskunst, mit der Medialität der aufzeichnenden Kamera verbindet. Das resultierende Oszillieren zwischen der Performativität, verkörpert durch die Performer/innen, und dem Installativen, betont durch die unermüdlich klangproduzierenden elektronischen Objekte, sind die Komponenten die Zaes zum Begriff der «Living Installation» führen. Durch die intrinsische Medialität dieser Arbeit werden jedoch die Begriffe «live» und «installativ» in ihrer konventionellen Bedeutung in Frage gestellt und verschwimmen. Die Darsteller/innen, wie auch die von ihnen getragenen elektronischen Gerätschaften, verschmelzen zu klangerzeugenden Objekten. Übrig bleibt ein einziges lebendes Archiv mit hierarchisch gleichwertigen Konstituenten auf einer Bühne, die irgendwo zwischen dem gefundenen Aussenraum und dem Kamerasucher liegt.

Setting #21 findet am Samstag, 8. Juni 2019 um 11:00 Uhr an einem nicht angekündigten Aussenort im Grossraum Zürich als flüchtige «Living Installation» statt.
Setting #22 findet am Samstag, 8. Juni 2019 um 12:00 Uhr an einem nicht angekündigten Aussenort im Grossraum Zürich als flüchtige «Living Installation» statt.
Setting #23 findet am Samstag, 8. Juni 2019 um 20:00 Uhr im Cabaret Voltaire als flüchtige, mediatisierte Performance statt.

Diese «Fun & Fury!» Performance ist Teil des Theatre of Sound, kuratiert von Philipp Cron (CH)

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Marcel Zaes, 2019, conceptualized in collaboration with Annelie J. Graf and Philipp Cron

with:

Simone Keller
Philip Bartels
Duri Collenberg
Moritz Müllenbach
Lukas Rickli

A series of «Living Installations» with each a loosely defined stage area in the open and performers who play electronic instruments on free, sound producing applications following a predefined plan.

With the term «living installations», Marcel Zaes aims to conceptualize a novel form of artistic practice within the visual arts which transgresses the boundaries of sound art, classical composition, performance and installation art. Zaes uses the concept to describe those of his works that blend the ephemeral character of sound art with the three-dimensionality and site-specificity of installation art. The resulting oscillation between the performative, as embodied by the performers employed, and between the installative, represented by the various objects placed in the scene, is what constitutes the «living» and the «installation» elements of this new genre. In merging objects and human performers into plain sound-producing elements, both components are transformed into living sculptures; hierarchically equivalent constituents of a single, living space.

Setting #21 takes place as a cursory «Living Installation» on Saturday, June 8th, 2019 at 11:00 at a not announced location in the greater Zurich area.

Setting #22 takes place as a cursory «Living Installation» on Saturday, June 8th, 2019 at 12:00 at a not announced location in the greater Zurich area.

Setting #23 takes place as a cursory, mediatized performance on Saturday, June 8th, 2019 at 20:00 at Cabaret Voltaire.

This «Fun & Fury!» Performance is part of the program Theatre of Sound curated by Philipp Cron (CH)

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by Galerie (INT)

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With works by Krõõt Juurak, Valentina Desideri, Jennifer Lacey, Audrey Cottin, Jonathan Burrows and Jan Ritsema.

GALERIE is an immaterial art gallery dealing exclusively with immaterial artworks. Galerie represents artistic practices that mainly manifest through performative formats. The mission of Galerie is to support and promote immaterial objecthood: works that cannot be reduced to material objects nor the documentation of an action. Galerie circulates artworks by representing them as well as offering them for sale. In collaboration with the artists, economical formats and “representations” are tailored to each artwork, offering unique opportunities for the artwork to extend and disseminate on its own terms.

Group Show is an exhibition of immaterial artworks in the format of a performance.The artworks span over a wide range of media like dance, therapy, poetry, conflict and others.All of which could fit into the category of what we call immaterial artworks.

This «Fun & Fury!» Performance Dienst-Tag / To-Do's Day is part of the program It Takes All The Fucking Time curated by Michelangelo Miccolis (IT).

 

Biography Galerie (INT)

Simon Asencio (FR) is a visual artist, choreographer and performer. His work has been presented at venues such as De Appel arts centre Amsterdam, Independent Brussels, CAB-Contemporary Arts - Brussels, La BF15 - Lyon and Live Works - Dro, Italy. He has performed extensively on projects by Mårten Spångberg, Jérôme Bel, Xavier Le Roy and Dora García.

Adriano Wilfert Jensen (DK) works with dance and related practices. In collaboration with Emma Daniel, Linda Blomqvist and Anna Gaiotti he is since 2014 organizing Indigo Dance Festival, an artist run festival experimenting with formats of display, transmission and production of dance. Furthermore he is regularly touring with his own work as well as performing in the works of other artists such as Mårten Spångberg, Anne Imhof and Dora García.

Ein Zeichenspiel von Till Velten (DE)

Mit Abt Urban Federer im Hotel Atlantis by Giardino am Fusse des Üetliberg.

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Veranstaltungsort: Hotel Atlantis by Giardino, Döltschiweg 234, 8055 Zürich
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Till Velten im Gespräch mit Abt Urban Federer, Abt des Klosters Einsiedeln und weiteren Gästen.
Vortrag Mgr Dr. Urban Federer: «Der Körper in der mittelalterlichen Mystik»
 
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Video: Studio Velten in Kooperation mit der „Anderen Maria“
 
 

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by Jimena Croceri (AR) & Sarina Scheidegger (CH)

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For the performance «Nosotrxs, Cuerpos de Agua» Jimena Croceri and Sarina Scheidegger have been developing a variety of sounds and noises coming from different sources like objects, recordings, live voices and texts. All of them connect in their own way to fluid conditions which are among others inherent in our bodies, the sea, (sound) waves, coconuts or glaciers. Not only are these fluids inherent in our bodies but moreover share parts of each other between them. Being inspired by the text «Bodies of water» by Astrida Neimanis - where she describes the pathway of a glass of water and how this glass of water we drink makes its way to the filtration plant towards hydroelectric power to an aquifer until it ends in a bottle of water from which we may drink again – the artists have tied their elements of the performance to the topics of (hydro)feminism, fluidity and the movement of liquids. In combining their different elements of objects and texts, spoken and chanted words and subtle movements with their bodies the two artists have created a collaborative practice which will further on develop in new appearances and performances.

This «Fun & Fury!» Performance Dienst-Tag / To-Do's Day is part of the program Not Alone curated by Søren Berner (DK)

Entrance fee: CHF 10.- (Cabaret Voltaire Members: free!)

Biographies

Jimena Croceri lives and works in Buenos Aires. As a current fellowship of the exchange program «Coincidencia» by Pro Helvetia she is working with different mediums between performance, drawings and objects. Exhibitions and performances include, among others, Museum of modern Art (Buenos Aires), Faena Art Center (Buenos Aires), Ausstellungsraum Klingental (Basel), Flora Ars+Natura (Bogotá)

Sarina Scheidegger is an artist based in Basel, working in different collaborations. She received the “Swiss Performance Award” in 2012 as well as a the working grant of the city of Basel together with Ariane Koch in 2015. Her work was shown among others at Crisper (Bogota), Kunsthalle Basel (Basel), Swiss Art Awards, (Basel), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), IPA Performancefestival (Istanbul).

by Adam Hines-Green (UK)

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Malignant Potential will operate as a lecture-performance spreading through the space of Cabaret Voltaire. It takes as a starting point the biological phenomenon of cancer. Cancers consist of cells which stimulate their own limitless growth, are unresponsive to the body’s attempts to restrict this growth, and, critically, expand locally before spreading and invading distant sites in the body until the entire organism perishes. Cell growth is strictly programmed and essential for living, but, when uncontrolled, leads to death of the entire body – suffocation through overproduction. Constantly growing and continuously adapting, cancers are better at living than we are.

Malignant Potential considers the parallels between these characteristics and certain economic and cultural models of growth and achievement. Considered as a swarm of cells, the individual and collective responsibilities of the audience are addressed through highlighting modes of behaviour, movement and language. Does uncontrolled rampant individualism necessarily operate at the expense of others? What are the necessary conditions for collective flourishing when individual growth and spread are components of success?

This «Fun & Fury!» Performance Dienst-Tag / To-Do's Day is part of the program Are we bodies? curated by Vlada Maria Tcharyeva (CH)

Entrance fee: CHF 10.- (Cabaret Voltaire Members: free!)

Biography Adam Hines-Green (UK)

is an artist and writer based in London. He graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Sculpture in 2018, and has degrees in Medicine from University College London and Medical Sciences and History of Art from the University of Cambridge. Recent exhibitions and performances include Meantime, Kilburn Arches, London; The Sky Has No Surface, Berwick Fringe, Berwick-upon-Tweed; Too Much Information, Seventeen Gallery, London; On Describing Surface Features, Filet, London; Situation 3, 26b, London; Critical Cartographies, Filet, London (all 2018). His writing has been awarded the Michael O’Pray Prize 2018 and was published by Art Monthly, and he was recently shortlisted for the International Awards for Art Criticism and the Burlington Contemporary Art Writing Prize.

by Last Yearz Interesting Negro (UK)

with Lily Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome (UK)

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«Last Yearz Interesting Negro» is the name used by Jamila Johnson-Small, whose work considers the immediacy of the gaze and puts forward the idea that looking creates meaning. They focus on steering or directing this gaze, rather than evading it and their interest in grappling with an invasive gaze can be traced back to the intense scrutiny that dancers’ bodies are placed under during formal training. Arms, hips and legs. The back arched and the torsos twisted. This fetish of the body, a scopophilic pleasure in looking at how impressively a dancer moves, is mapped onto the social constructs that dictate how each body moves through the world. Johnson-Small navigates the overlap between cultural signifiers and what a specific body, on a musculoskeletal level, is prepared to do and questions what effect it has on how the body moves.

Johnson-Small’s alias – Last Yearz Interesting Negro – is a sarcastic reprise of a scene in Julian Schnabel’s biopic Basquiat (1996) that reflects on the tendency for white cultural workers’ (gallerists, curators, critics) to display fleeting excitement over a particular black artist, only to lose that interest in place of the next hot trend. The alias reflects on being gazed upon, too, if not for more than a moment.

On the occasion of the presentation at Cabaret Voltaire, Last Yearz Interesting Negro will stage a site-specific intervention.

This «Fun & Fury!» Performance Dienst-Tag / To-Do's Day is part of the program It Takes All The Fucking Time curated by Michelangelo Miccolis (IT)

Entrance fee: CHF 10.- (Cabaret Voltaire Members: free!)

Image: Last Yearz Interesting Negro, FuryZ 2018. Commissioned by Block Universe in partnership with Gaia Art Foundation. Image by Anne Tetzlaff.

 

Biography Last Years Interesting Negro

Jamila Johnson-Small (UK)

Trained in Contemporary Dance and working with choreography, video, sound and sculpture, Jamila Johnson Small (London, UK) is interested in building atmospheric landscapes through the live unfolding of the tensions between things that produce meaning. Of Caribbean descent, born and based in London she has formed long term collaborations with other artists including Project O with Alexandrina Hemsley, immigrants and animals with Mira Kautto. More recently she performs in work by Fernanda Munoz-Newsome, collaborates with Rowdy SS, runs HOTLINE with Sara Sassanelli, and GUSH with David Panos, a semi-regular low-key DIY event.

Ein Zeichenspiel von Till Velten (DE)

Mit Hildegard Matheika, Khaled Aga und der Position Prof. Dr. Gert Overbeck

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Bloody Mary Bar ab 19:30 Uhr
Gespräch ab 20:00 Uhr

Till Velten im Gespräch mit den Gästen Hildegard Matheika, Medium und Rückführerin aus Mönchengladbach und Khaled Aga, Sänger aus Wien und Syrien.

Position Prof. Dr. Gert Overbeck: «Stigmata: Geschichte und Psychosomatik eines religiösen Phänomens»

Overbeckt ist ehemaliger Direktor der Klinik für Psychosomatische Medizin und Psychotherapie an der Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universität Frankfurt

Eintritt: 20 CHF inkl. Bloody Mary

Reservation: info@cabaretvoltaire.ch

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Begrüssungsvideo: Studio Velten in Kooperation mit der «Anderen Maria»