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Affect 2: The Waiting Room – 48 Stunden Neukölln

Participatory performance* choreographed and assembled by Diego Agulló with artists from “THE ARTISTIC MISSION”, Module II of AFFECT 2016: Jessie Alice | Charles Czarnecki | Magdalena Rua Golba | Remina Greenfield | Monika Karczmarczyk | Saem Lee | Dorottya Magyar | Amina Muniz | Kiana Rezvani | Madeleine White
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(*) Limited to 100 PARTICIPANTS, Free admission from 14:00pm to 15.30pm. No admissions after 15.30pm
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THE WAITING ROOM is the second public exhibition unveiling the new space of Agora Rollberg and affecting its surroundings, presented as part of 48 Stunden Neukölln (Das Kunstfestival). #48hnk
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(*) Limited to 100 PARTICIPANTS, Free admission from 14:00pm to 15.30pm. No admissions after 15.30pm.
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A waiting room, tables, chairs, reception. Forms, applications, questionnaires. You take a place, waiting for your turn. Your name is called and you are led to a different space. Behind the door is your interview partner. It may be an interviewer, your best friend, a trader, a dancer, an actor, maybe even yourself – you never know what to expect.

The Waiting Room opens space for encounters between strangers and it plays with the social rules of curiosity and interest, everyday behavior and communication. You always come back to where you started: the waiting room, which itself becomes the space for mixing up the impressions and suspending the patterns.

The Waiting Room was initiated by Diego Agulló, Dimitry Paranyushkin, Peter Stamer, Clement Layes.

The Waiting Room AFFECT Edition is a public presentation by artists of Module II of AFFECT 2016, a project-based residency workshop on the research subject: “The Artist mission: Dismantling professionalism in a for-profit economy?”

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48Hours Neukölln Program
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Affect is Agora’s program for collaborative artistic practices running from May to November 2016 at Agora’s new project space Agora Rollberg. Every last weekend of the month the module culminates into a public event.

AFFECT is developed by Agora Collective e.V.
Coordinated by Paz Ponce

Agora Collective e.V. is member of CAPP ( Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme) from Creative Europe.

www.agoracollective.org/affect

Venue: Agora Rollberg

Address: Am Sudhaus 2, 12053 Berlin, Deutschland

Time: 2pm - 7pm

Places available: 100 until 3:30pm

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