Live Works by Haruchi Osaki (ACC Current Fellow), Jil Guyon & Sindy Butz
Video Projection by Carolee Schneemann
Curated by Lital Dotan
Glasshouse Project is delighted to present Embodied Winds an homage evening dedicated to the influential work of the Japanese postwar Gutai group.
In this context of contemporary appreciation Haruchi Osaki (Japan) presents an immersive architectural installation referencing the organic balloon-like work of Akira Kanayama; Sindy Butz (Germany/United States) creates an embodied paper environment referencing the paper-action work of Saburõ Murakami; and Jil Guyon (United States) creates a performance installation of fog and movement referencing the smoke productions of Motonaga Sadamasa. An ephemeral ice dress installation by Lital Dotan will be presented as a tribute to Atsuko Tanaka’s ‘Electric Dress’ (1956)
The evening will feature a projection of Up To and Including Her Limits (29 min, 1976), which includes edited excerpts of the seminal performance work by Carolee Schneemann as an intuitive reference to the suspension-based action painting works of Kazuo Shiraga (1956).
ADMISSION IS FREE WITH SUGGESTED DONATION TO SUPPORT THE ARTISTS.
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