Evening at the Colony presents: recap
EVENING AT THE COLONY presents:
7 PM Mollie Goldstrom, Sarah Smith and Jaime Knight
8 PM Kuldeep Singh and David Dunlap
Performed on a hand woven rug and involving a gong, singing along, fire lamps “and tons more”, the performances addresses issues of rebirth, condensation and accumulation.
8.45 PM Jan Philipp Sexauer
Über allen Gipfeln ist ruh
A task performed by some members of the audience
9 PM Hans Breder Foundation presents
Nancy Spero (1985)
Barbara Welch Breder
World Premiere of an interview-video with Nancy Spero from 1985
10 PM Jaime Knight
“This Might Be Just The Place”
Prompted by the similarities in activism concerning the overarching dread of nuclear holocaust and the AIDS crisis of the late seventies and early eighties, This Might Be Just The Place attempts to reify this historical period in which the connective potential of the dance floor became reinvented in the anti-identitarian politics of social action of groups like ACTUP.
Using sculpture, drawing, performance, music and video Jaime Knight has created an installation that asks the viewer to question their relationship to the freedom felt in the relational field of the dance floor, where bodies collide and inhibitions are lost, and perform an act of ecstatic vulnerability through a choice of radical isolation.
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Hartmut Austen is a painter and educator living in the Boston area.