An educational program in the context of the exhibition Chains of Interest with Rebekka Uhlig and the experimental choir PerformanceChor für Experimentellen Gesang Berlin.
The exhibition Chains of Interest sees artists Isaac Chong Wai, Lizza May David, Wilhelm Klotzek, Ofri Lapid, Adrien Missika and Gitte Villesen continue their explorations of the ifa-Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen’s art collection. The newly developed works feature various artistic languages, attitudes, and environments expressed in film, sound, language and playful performance. The exhibition moves from phrase to image to thought all the way to action, connecting them all in a polyphonic score of voices.
The workshop Networks of Interest offers visitors interested in sound and voice the opportunity to explore the exhibition interactively. We will take an auditory approach to the exhibited works through a voice and movement performance. With support from the PerformanceChor für Experimentellen Gesang Berlin and its leader, voice artist and performer Rebekka Uhlig, we will connect the artworks visually and sonically, using different drawing tools to produce resonance with what we hear.
Rebekka Uhlig is a voice artist and performer as well as a visual artist and a professor. She lives and works in Berlin and Brandenburg. Her primary mediums are the voice and the body in collaboration with musicians, composers, directors, choreographers and dancers, as well as participatory art and performance projects. She is particularly interested in the voice as the most elementary form of human expression and the body as an element of free improvisation in space. Based on these ideas, she founded the experimental choir PerformanceChor für Experimentellen Gesang Berlin in 2004. More information on Rebekka Uhlig at the PerformanceChor can be found at www.rebekka-uhlig.de.
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