Upcoming:

Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 6:30pm, free: The Kitchen L.A.B. with artist and author Keren Cytter, professor of philosophy Lydia Goehr, and composer and visual artist Marina Rosenfeld.

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Each season since 2012, artists and writers across disciplines have gathered as part of The Kitchen L.A.B. (language, art, bodies), a year-long series devoted to unpacking artistic and cultural terms as their meaning shifts--and may become more resonant or ambiguous--over time. This year, the series will revolve around "representation," particularly as the term at once conjures critical strategies in art from previous decades; the necessity of diverse publics; and, against the backdrop of precarious governing institutions, recent impulses toward non-representative social structures on both ends of the political spectrum.

Thursday-Saturday, April 25-27, 2019, 3:00-11:00pm, Lebensformen / Life Forms, at Haus Der Kultur der Welt, Berlin

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Which strategies are needed to deal with our technical present? Between the climatic shifts of the earth, political changes, and globally distributed economic exchanges, these planetary scale dynamics are both too vast and too complex to put into graspable terms. In artistic and discursive formats, Life Forms asks for means of collective agency and the values shaping them.

In an open-floor auditorium, historian of science Sophia Roosth engages in research conversations with anthropologist Elizabeth A. Povinelli, literary scholar Melody Jue, author Hu Fang and others to explore different approaches to the notion “lifeforms.” The setting for these conversations is structured by choreographers Xavier Le Roy and Scarlet Yu, whose work, based on elements of their performance Temporary Title, 2015 translates questions of individual and social transformation into the space. Sound contribution by Marina Rosenfeld. Three themed days ask: How Long Is an Echo? When Can You Call It Technology? Who Do We Care For?

Further contributions by Lisa Baraitser, Luis Campos, Grégoire Chamayou, Louis Chude-Sokei, continent., Maya Indira Ganesh, Maria Chehonadskih, Yuk Hui, Noël Yeh Martin, Luciana Parisi, Sascha Pohflepp, Kaushik Sunder Rajan, Jenna Sutela, Bronislaw Szerszynski, Gary Tomlinson, John Tresch

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Ongoing:

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Marina Rosenfeld: Music Stands, exhibition at Artists Institute, February 21 – March 30, 2019

Opening reception Thursday, February 21, 6:00-8:00pm, at Artists Institute at Hunter College, 132 East 65th Street, NY, NY

Gallery Conversation, with Fumi Okiji and Bill. Dietz Sunday March 16, details TBA.

https://www.marinarosenfeld.com/music-stands

Exhibition info: http://theartistsinstitute.org

New RELEASE! Feel Anything by MARINA ROSENFELD & BEN VIDA on iDEAL Recordings

Cover images by Eileen Quinlan

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Past:

Sunday, January 27, Judson Dance Theater: A Collective Speculation, at MoMA/PS1, 22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City

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Performance of GREATEST HITS, with Eli Keszler and Greg Fox, as part of MoMA’s full-day symposium reassessing the Judson group’s continuing influence through performances, discussions and improvisation by artists, scholars and critics. with Fred Moten; K.J. Holmes and Ramsey Ameen; Malik Gaines; André Lepecki; Marina Rosenfeld with Eli Keszler and Greg Fox; Clare Croft; Barbara Clausen; Gus Solomons Jr.; and Philip Corner.. Co-organized with Malik Gaines, André Lepecki, and Fred Moten of New York University, in conjunction with the exhibition Judson Dance Theater: The Work is Never Done at The Museum of Modern Art.  

https://www.moma.org/calendar/events/4770