with Sophie Jung (CH)
Sophie Jung performances are interplays between poetry, objects and costumes. Her associative word chains are running and dancing, ebbing and flowing, entering and leaving her body. It’s as if each object and its according articulation, produces a new layer of physical embodiment, which Sophie weaves into a lingual anatomy of her own.
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!)
Image: Sophie Jung; Blain-Southern, 2018; Source: artviewer
lives and works in London) received her BFA from the Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam and her MFA from Goldsmiths, London. Recent projects and exhibitions include Äppärät at Ballroom Marfa, Eh, co? Nah cis. Us! at Kunsthalle Basel for Jungs, Hier Kommt der Masterplan, Uncanny Valley at Wysing Art Centre, Cambridge, UK, Tarantallegra at Hester, NY as well as Unmittelbare Konsequenzen at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen. She is currently working on a body of sculpture & performance for her upcoming solo exhibition at Kunstraum London as well as finishing a new piece of writing for The White Review. In 2015 Sophie has spent 6 months in New York at ISCP, courtesy of the Edward Steichen Award Luxembourg and in 2016 she won the Swiss Art Award. Recent solo shows include The Bigger Sleep (Manor Kunstpreis) at The museum of contemporay art in Basel (CH) in November 2018, as well as Come Fresh Hell or Fresh High Water, Blain Southern, London, UK and It's Not What It Looks Like, Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, AT and Producing My Credentials, Kunstraum London, UK in 2017.