AFFECT: Agora Collective´s Program for
Collaborative Artistic Practices cordially invites you to:
a project by Peter Biggart (US), Merlin Carter (NZ), Beth Dillon (AU), Tomás Espinosa (CO) Amie Lin (US-TW), Raquel Nava (BR), Michael O´Hanlon (AU).
Conceptualized by Agora Collective e.V.
Moderated by Eric Ellingsen, John Holten, Rodrigo Maltez-Novaes, Diego Agulló, Judith Lavagna, Sarah Lewis.
Coordinated by Paz Ponce.
“Model Behaviours” presents an assembly of approaches to ideas of the social, the site, and the audience. The artists-in-residence in Agora developed a series of ambiguous situations that explore intersections between art and the social proposed during the different phases of the residency.
Conceived as an experience-led event, “Model Behaviours” presents speculative choreographies of both the space and the audience. The event is orchestrated by actions, instructional signage and object installation that loosely-demarcate the exhibition space of Instituto Cervantes into zones for audience interaction.
With the kind support of Goethe Institut Sao Paulo, Instituto Cervantes Berlin, Broken Dimanche Press, Agora Collective e.V. and Barefoot Wine.
5th June 2014 19:00 – 22:00
Instituto Cervantes Berlin
Rosenstraße 18, 10178 Berlin
S+U-Bahn Alexanderplatz / S-Bahn Hackescher Markt