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CCA Tel Aviv / n.b.k. Berlin

Conditions of Political Choreography

2016
Tel Aviv, IL
Type: Exhibition Architecture Spatial Design

Commissioned by Marius Babias & Sergio Edelsztein

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Credits
  • Curated by: Marius Babias, Sergio Edelsztein, Sophie Goltz, Chen Tamir
  • Spatial Design by Studio Miessen
  • Project Leader: Markus Miessen, Berta Cusó
  • Team: Felix McNamara
  • Technical realisation: Noam Bar
  • Photography copyright: CCA; Asaf Saban, © Yair Fridman / Antje Majewski

Conditions of Political Choreography is a research project and exhibition initiated by the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) together with the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.). It is aimed at commissioning new works by artists working with diverse performative strategies ranging from visual art to dance, theater, video, and stage-based and participatory practices. The majority of the works are presented consecutively, three days a week, as a “linear group show” within a space that is neither a black box nor a white cube, but a spatial intervention. Berlin-based architect and exhibition designer Markus Miessen integrated the two floors of the CCA by building a quarter-pipe stage. In the summer of 2017 Conditions of Political Choreography will take place at the n.b.k. in Berlin within a spatial intervention created by New York based artist Ohad Meromi.

Artists: Christian Falsnaes, Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof, Yochai Abrahami, Noam Enbar & Yonatan Levy, Michal Helfman, Adam Linder, Antje Majewski, Susanne M. Winterling, Yael Bartana.