Performance focussing on the fuzzy boundaries of inside and outside, actor and spectator

In the context of our exhibition Smeared States, we are hosting our third event in the midst of the summer. Nina Glockner is invited to activate her installation Gardening Disorder with a performance interpreting mimicry as the capacity of architecture to surround, ingest, disorient and replace its subjects. Nina’s performance will focus on the fuzzy boundaries of inside and outside, actor and spectator revealing the  instability of what seems to be self-evident and given, deconstructing and reimagining our mental and bodily orientation mechanisms.

Come by and experience new ways of blending in with the background, extrapolating different notions of what layers consist of.

This event is part of the exhibition Smeared States, curated by programme maker Lila Athanasiadou.

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