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becoming undone – Part I

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WILHELM GROENER

In the frame of Open Spaces#1-2016

The three-part project "becoming undone" by WILHELM GROENER – Günther Wilhelm & Mariola Groener – deals with evolutionary modes of openness. The eponymous term is borrowed from Elizabeth Grosz` writing of the same title. She depicts in it an extensive understanding of matter, nature, biology, time and becoming.
The first part of the cycle, "becoming undone - PART I", was shown at Kunstquartier Bethanien, Studio 1 (Chapel), 30 August - 6 September, 2015 as a hybrid between performance and exhibition. 2 bodies and 2.000 ping-pong balls in constant exploration of the relationships amongst and between them. A view from the gallery provided varying perspectives on a constantly changing situation that probes experimental arrangements of space, sound, body and things. The spectator had a choice: observing the developing performance in full length over the course of three hours, attending an excerpt or stopping by several times, on different days.

Performer: Mariola Groener and Günther Wilhelm | Sound equipment : Rudi Fischerlehner | Technical support: Andreas Harder
  | A WILHELM GROENER production, funded through basis funding by the Governing Mayor of Berlin Senate Chancellery – Cultural Affairs | Partner: Mime Centrum Berlin, Kunstraum Kreuzberg

18:00-20:30

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Uferstr. 23, 13357 Berlin

Free Admission

Photo: Andreas Harder