IDEAL art space
The project is made possible by a working grant from the KdFS.
Opening and essay release: 26.10.23, from 6pm
Sound performances: 01.11., 05.11. and 08.11.23
Please register in advance (free of charge): email@example.com
Does cartography relate to landscape like choreography to dance? For the past three years, Lissy Willberg has been researching this question and negotiating thoughts on the recognition, preservation and further development of (performative) maps and notation techniques. The project questions western conceptions of space-subject relations and addresses the (im)possible demarcation between the cultural and the natural. What would access to landscapes and nature as an environment look like today if the relationship to the outside had always been different? What if the "other" had been thought of as something that permeates the self? What would maps look like then? Would they exist at all?
With the exhibition and the performance of the same name "If only they had written a score", Lissy Willberg undertakes a "recomposition of remains" (Schneider 2012) that spring from a research project at the Institute for Postnatural Studies in the summer of 2023. In the exhibition space of IDEAL, a relief sculpture and a sound work investigate audiovisual preservation strategies of the performative. Parallel to this, the release of Lissy Willberg's essay "Relationality is evidential" will take place on 26.10.23.
The sound performances will take place on three evenings (01.11. at 7 pm, 05.11. at 5 pm and on 08.11. at 7 pm) at IDEAL. It will last about 40 minutes and will be held in English and Spanish. Please register in advance (free of charge) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The number of participants is limited to 10 people per evening.
Please note: The IDEAL premises are not barrier-free, access to the individual rooms is only possible via steps.