Tim Etchells is presenting a performance as part of book launch event ‘Double Fiction’ for Futures and Fictions (Repeater) and Fiction as Method (Sternberg Press) at Res. on Friday 12 January 7 – 11pm.
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“I like the warmth of an overhead projector, which has an image that is very alive and immediate. Once a drop of paint falls onto the acetone you instantly have a huge moving painting projected on the wall, overlapping the architecture. It reminds me of anagogic photography; a simple and yet magical moment to observe. In my performances, I want the public to have as much fun as I do.
A friend of mine once commented that the annoying thing with performance is that performers generally seem to have more fun performing than the audience taking it in. I therefore conceive my performances to be open, colourful and pop. I like to create a meditative moment, a safe place, letting images of space and the cosmos filter in.
The musicians I work with, such as Buvette or Bermudaa, compose live, creating a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. I am drawn to musicians who experiment with sounds in the same way that I am composing immersive collages.
For me, the job of the artist is to figure out what art can do for our society, our people and our dreams. If a person visits my show and leaves feeling encouraged to start something of their own, becoming aware of the preciousness of being creative (egoistically as well as collectively), then I’ve succeeded in what I set out to do.”
Maya Rochat discusses her favourite tool, The old-school overhead projector, for Elephant Magazine. Read more here.
VITRINE is delighted to announce representation of Maya Rochat, coinciding with the opening of ‘A River is a Rock’, her first solo exhibition in Basel and with the gallery. Maya is a visual artist based in Lausanne and working in the fields of photography, painting, video, performance and installation. Read more information here.
Alfie Strong ‘Beyond the Pylon of the Pit’ featured in Wall Street International. Read more here.
Jamie Fitzpatrick’s group exhibition at The Concept Space in London, UK, will open on 19 January 2018 (Preview 18 January 2018). More information here.
Conversation between Hilary Jack (Paradise Works) and Helena Kate Whittingham (VITRINE), which took place electronically in the weeks following The Manchester Contemporary 2017.
Both Paradise Works and VITRINE were selected to participate in The Manchester contemporary 2017, and were invited by Corridor8 to discuss their organisations and participation in the fair as a whole. Read more here.
VITRINE featured in today’s BAZ newspaper, discussing our Editions, Basel POP UP SHOP, and CarharttWIP TShirt collaboration. Read more (in German) here.