Komuna Warszawa invites you to LANDSCAPE MINIFEST: review of performances created to date as part of the HUB KULTURY program. RESIDENCIES 2019.
We will show 3 premiere performances – the effect of two-month residences selected under the open-call projects of Dobraw Borkała, Wojtek Grudziński and Klaudia Hartung-Wójciak as well as performances by Agata Maszkiewicz and Weronika Szczawińska (curators of the year 2019).
The program will:
Manat. Underwater romance
2/09/2019 / 19.00
2/09/2019 / 20.30
Breathing Symphony. Shining.
3/09/2019 / 19.00
Talk about trees
4/09/2019 / 19.00
2019 will be the year of LANDSCAPE in Komuna Warszawa.
A year of landscape and landschaft, and paysage.
The year of landscape as a possible theatrical genre, performative and performed landscape. A year of multidisciplinary landscapes that will be invited by invited artists in the spaces of the Commune.
Imagine your landscape.
Is your landscape natural or not at all? Are you in it Do you rather look at him? Do you experience or describe? Or maybe you think about it quite differently?
The curator’s idiom of the year 2019 is « Landscape ». This slogan can be associated with many fields: humanities, social sciences, art as well as natural sciences. The purpose of such an idiom is therefore to inspire the creators of broadly understood performative arts to create multidisciplinary works that cross the boundaries of narrowly defined disciplines, works based on unobvious collaborations and associations. The idea of « landscape » has been outlined broadly – so as not to impose any perspective on artists, but to suggest a few basic starting points. The word « landscape » and its idea may refer to something existing (or perceived), but also to its representation. Hence, work on the « landscape » performance assumes creative negotiations between experience and representation (and reflection on the rules of representation). Landscape is also something perceived, so work on it also includes reflection on contemporary visibility and invisibility regimes. We also ask about the « naturalness » of the landscape, inscribing in important conversations about art in the age of anthropocene. The idea of « landscape » also refers to the trend of theoretical reflection that captures the space of theater (or more broadly: performative arts) as a kind of landscape art. We are inspired by visual arts that have long begun to discuss the idea of landscape. The goal of the curatorial year is to be the creation of works that will present the audience with a map of modern landscapes, implemented using various media and aesthetics.
Revue indépendante, hybride et atypique, dédiée à l’art contemporain et aux musiques expérimentales issue du label du même nom, OpticalSound privilégie les pratiques artistiques décalées, frontières et subversives, lutte à sa manière contre la standardisation des objets du monde. Avec Présence Panchounette, François Coadou, Cocoon, Nicolas Vauquier, Yann Farcy, Pierre-Yves Cachard, Émeline Jaret, Information Fiction Publicité, Wilfrid Almendra, Guillaume Mansart, Olivier Quintyn, Alain Farfall, Nathalie Leleu, Hubert Renard, Thierry Weyd, Jean-Pierre Turmel, Pierre Beloüin, Alexandre Bianchini, P. Nicolas Ledoux, Jill Gasparina, Ludovic Chemarin©, Élodie Lesourd, Gianni Motti, Cosey Fan Tutti, Julien Bécourt, Nicolas Ballet, Nicolas Boulard, Jérôme Lefèvre, Simon Fisher Turner, Caroline Delieutraz, Maxence Alcade, Sasha Pevak.
Cocoon starts the year 2019 by publishing You’ve Arrived, his fourth album on Optical Sound. It follows the co-creation of the Acoustic Cameras project in 2016, the co-writing of the score of Dreyer’s The Passion of Joan of Arc (silent movie with music) with the vocal ensemble Les Voix Animées at Fimé festival in 2017, as well as the composition of the music of the exhibition Moments by Ludovic Chemarin© and its eponymous box set at mfc-michèle didier in 2018.