• ASAP/Performance Art and the Architecture and Perception of Time, Amsterdam

    As Slowly as Possible An afternoon on the importance of taking one’s time: Performance Art and the Architecture and Perception of Time
    Sunday 27 May at 15:30 Vondelbunker

    The panel discussion is located in ‘hidden’ squat, providing a raw laboratory atmosphere and will focus on performance art and performance practice regarding time in its broadest sense: duration, memory, ephemera, patience, and temporary architecture and events. An informal discussion of real-time, perceived time, how performance is conceived, executed and how it feels to be ‘present’ in the slowness of time.

    Panelists are Dutch artists that approach performance from the disciplines of fine arts, architecture, dance, theater, and literature: Gijs van Bon, Marjolijn Guldemond, Kirsten Heshusius, and Frank van de Ven.

    Moderated by independent curators Barbara Krulik (US/NL) and Mildred Durán Gamba (CO/FR); and Jonathan P. Eburne (US), Editor, ASAP/Journal

    More info: Vondelbunker

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