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port performance

Art | August 2, 2006 |

PORT PERFORMANCE
Forum for Performance Art

Opening: August 12, 2006 at 19.00

Organisation: Angelika Fojtuch & BBB Johannes Deimling presents CUMA (HAWSER) results of the Port Performance Art Workshop in Gdañsk

Location: Modelarnia, ul. Doki 1, Gdañsk Shipyard (entrance gate 3) – Poland

Contacts:

Angelika Fojtuch
+48 607206416
email: angieland@wp.pl

BBB J. Deimling
+48 667759720
email: bbb@bbbjohannesdeimling.de
more details: www.bbbjohannesdeimling.de

UPORT PERFORMANCE is an new forum for Performance Art founded by Angelika Fojtuch & BBB Johannes Deimling 2006. The Port as a place of constant exchange between goods and persons, a daily in- and export of values is the basic idea to develope a forum for Performance Art in the baltic area. In Art Performances the port is the human body which exchanges his inside values with the outside world.

From the 6th to the 13th of August the international artists and Performance Art teachers Angelika Fojtuch & BBB Johannes Deimling (more informations about the artists on the website www.bbbjohannesdeimling.de) will give an intense workshop with 14 students from seven different Art Schools and Art Academies from Estonia, Germany, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Poland in the Trojmiasto area in Poland.

During the workshop the students will discover their bodies and spirits as tools with which they will create ephermal actions based on personal subjects like: Identity, Faith, Exchange, Food and others. The students will transform their personal bodies into an universal sign, that transports a private message.

On the 12th of August 2006 at 19:00 o´clock the members of the workshop will show the results of the intense week in a final presentation in the art place Modelarnia in Gdañsk. “CUMA” (HAWSER) is the Titel of this evening and underlines the idea of art in motion.

PORT PERFORMANCE will realize several workshops in the future: for example in Tallinn (EST), Brest (F), Gdansk (PL), Tel Aviv (ISR), Valencia (E), Havanna (C) and other Port cities. Interested persons write a mail to PORT PERFORMANCE and will be informed about the next workshops.

PORT PERFORMANCE cooperates with FUNDACJA WYSPA PROGRESS (www.wyspa.art.pl), MEHR LICHT! (www.mehr-licht.org) and SAMISDAT.

Program.

19:00 Opening

20:00 Performances by
– Stephanie Auth (D)
– Maks Bochenek (PL)
– Dionys Damman (CH)
– Ines Dunemann (D)
– Linda Franke (D)
– Daniela Gugg (CH)
– Anne Louise Hoffmann (D)
– Nina Hofmann (D)
– Silvia Lorenz (D)
– Dorothea Meyer (D)
– Agata Anna Nitecka (UK)
– Roma Piotrowska (PL)
– Christian Rall (D)
– Fideelia Signe Roots (EST)
– Angelika Fojtuch (PL)
– BBB Johannes Deimling (D)

23:00 Bar & DJ Klaman Party

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