The Inkubator Collective was developed specifically for an opportunity to reprogram white cubes into shared spaces for experimentation for young artists.
Svenja Wolff, Francesco Petruccelli, Ingeborg Wie & Esben Holk
ps stay safe and healthy and radical. post any inkubation period comes the explosion.
There is an urgency and opportunity to develop new artistic strategies to understand the individual and the whole. New experiences of collectivism, social practices and the political and existential revolt against oppressive structures, practices and institutions, high light the need for collective researches on how to co-exist as bodies in society. How do we relate to each other during pandemics? How do we become anti-racist? How do solidaric collectives change ways of understanding the individual? How does performance strategies allow new ideas of agency and power? What rituals promote new sense of selves and connectivity? How do we move?
BODY AS HYPEROBJECTS > LOOKING AT BODY AS HYPERCOMPLEX SYSTEMS OF GOVERNMENT AND CONTROL: TOO COMPLEX TO BE UNDERSTOOD AS A WHOLE ONE, YET USELESS IF UNDERSTOOD ONLY BY PARTS!
With Body Occupation, INKUBATOR launched a 2-months artistic research project of experimental forms of collaboration, networked participation of art production and the body.
w/ resident artists: Abby Wright, Joannie Baumgartner, Katharina Bévand, Stephan Gross, Edurne Herrán, Branislav Jankic, Tra My Nguyen, Marina Páez-Morsh, Maria Thrän & Anna Reutinger and Shannon Turner & Stefano Tauiti, facilitated by curator Brunno Silva
Painting exhibition by Marina Páez Morsh, digitized by Esben Holk
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