Performance: 16-17 June 2012
Place: Hall 9 at Musicon in Roskilde
Lilith Performance Studio presents four performances at the festival for performing arts organized by Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, Denmark.
For the second time the Museum of Contemporary Art presents the festival ACTS – Festival for Performative Art. ACTS 2012 takes place in an enormous factory hall at the industrial compound Musicon in Roskilde. With its 1,800 m2 the factory hall creates an impressive setting for the festival, featuring live performances at the intersection of image, sound and performing arts.
A special section of the program has been curated by Lilith Performance Studio, who has specialized in producing performances by visual artists from around the world. Lilith will present 4 durational set performances that have previously been shown at Lilith Performance Studio between the years 2010-2012.
Enough About You
Amir creates a sensuous venue and an observatory for physical encounters, which is controlled by a predetermined template. In the work she explores the meeting as a real action and as an image, from a traditional starting point of two people, face to face.
In 2015 Enough About You – A Participatory Performance by Einat Amir will be shown at TRIAD Gallery in London
Date: 9-18 October, 2015
Place: TRIAD Gallery
Adress:25-28 Field Street, WC1 X9DA, London
In 2016 Enough About You will be a part of MAXXI performance festival in Rome, 18 – 22 February 2016
Performance: 20 – 21 February 2016
Lilith presented Enough About You in collaboration with TRIAD: Towards Regional Integration of Artistic Development and Scope Foundation at Scope Miami Beach 3-8 Dec, 2013,
and at the Roskilde Festival, 1-4 July, 2012.
Link Scope Miami
Link Roskilde Festival
Tanya Mars sits by a festive table with white linen tablecloths, 500 plates, candles and 40 beautiful cakes. During a four-hour long process Mars eats the cakes without for a moment consider the idea to offer someone a taste.
Elin Lundgren & Petter Pettersson
Without chronological steering the viewer is released free in a labyrinth system of paths and rooms. Fifteen participants are moving in the system’s given framework and staging course of events that could be taken from a bloody dream or a violent and absurd fable.
The Tin Jungle
In a tent-like structure hanging from the ceiling to the floor a scene takes place like a movie that stutters. A man struggles to overcome his obstacles and fears, but his mistake is repeated, again and again, in a loop that never ends.