It’s Bedtime Somewhere, the House Performance Art Event in NYC (June 22. 2018), invites the public to one night only of Live Action Art between domestic and psychological interiors. Featured artists: Georgia Lale (Greece), Hera HaeSoo Kim (Korea), Kara Hearn (United States), Pei-Ling Ho (Taiwan) with Shannon Michelle Stovall (United States), and Jaguar Mary.
It’s Bedtime Somewhere is a live performance event which explores issues of family, childhood, dreams and healing through ritual and sensory experiences. Presented by performance artists based in NY, this event will highlight shared emotions and participatory practices. It’s Bedtime Somewhere aims to explore in depth intimate relationships, through body, sound, interaction, movement and food.
This event, organized and curated independently by interdisciplinary artist Pei-Ling Ho and composer Cai-Jhen Jhu. Pei-Ling focuses on works that explore themes of “East/West” and “self/other” within the contemporary context of global feminism. Cai-Jhen explores different soundscapes and is interested in all kinds of artistic collaborations. The event will feature performance art works on one-on-one or participatory performance and interaction.
Artists: Matěj Al-Ali, Keren Benbenisty, Tyler Coburn, David Court, Sean Fader, Kara Hearn, Zebadiah Keneally, Alena Kotzmannová, Tomáš Moravec, Freya Powell, Markéta Othová, Elisabeth Smolarz, Magda Stanová, Tomáš Svoboda, Dannielle Tegeder, Jiří Thýn
Curated by: Tereza Jindrová, Meghana Karnik, Michelle Levy
Presented at the Foundation and Center for Contemporary Art (FCCA) in Prague, Apparatus 2.0: The Unreliable Library is an exhibition resulting from a multilevel collaboration between artists and organizers from Prague and New York City. Taking place in the reconstructed FCCA library, the exhibition will reflect on how we gather research and build knowledge about culture, and on the library as a space for slow processes of contemplation and discovery.
This exhibition expands on its predecessor, Apparatus for a Utopian Image (September 21 – October 29, 2016) at EFA Project Space in New York; initiated by artists Pavla Sceranková and Dušan Zahoranský to encourage a dialogue between artists from Prague and New York City. Apparatus 2.0 deepens the engagement by facilitating long-distance collaborations between the same artists, bringing the New York group to meet their Prague counterparts during opening week.
Each working group has been invited to consider their experiences – in different cities, under their respective cultural conditions – to see how these aspects shape the artists understanding of images.
Apparatus 2.0: The Unreliable Library is co-presented by The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA) in New York, and Foundation and Center for Contemporary Arts (FCCA) in Prague.