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Zwischen den Zeilen

Die Zeilen dazwischen

Final Performance

by Judith Augustinovič & Valerie Habsburg

17. 12 – 21.12. 2022

Mz* Baltazar`s Laboratory

Jägerstraße 52-54 1200 Wien

… auf dem Weg … dorthin‘ zeichnet den Lebensstil von Teresa Feodorowna Ries (TFR) – und damit einer Epoche: Zum Arbeiten, zur Sommerfrische, zur Gesundung, zu Ausstellungen, ins Exil, … Das Reisen an sich. Im ‚Gepäck‘ das persönliche Gut, das Notwendige für die nächsten Tage, Wochen, … die Werke – und Arbeitsmaterial.

In Mz* Baltazar`s Laboratory gibt das TFR Archive/Kittelkollektiv Einblicke in das Artistic Research Projekt zu Teresa Feodorowna Ries. Die gezeigten Werke des Kollektivs bilden gleichzeitig den Frame für die feministische Performance Zwischen den Zeilen / Die Zeilen dazwischen.

Nach der Performance entsteht aus den Blättern, der übereinander geschriebenen Zeilen der Autobiografie von Teresa Feodorowna Ries ein Künstlerinnenbuch. Dieses Buch wird 2023 in Rom bei der Ausstellung Un Paradiso Amaro/Bitter Paradise – Viaggo a Roma präsentiert werden.

www.tfr-archive.com – Instagram: tfr_archive

Image Credits: Judith Augustinovič & Valerie Habsburg

Uno, dois, drei… Seduction at a crossroads – finissage

Some of you had the opportunity to experience Pêdra’s performance at Artistic Bokeh. Now her exhibition is coming to an end and we would like to invite you to a closing party with macumba and shake your asses sounds by the artist!

Join our “finissage dance with me, shake your body” party this Thursday 15/12 at 19:00 and celebrate with the artist inaugurating our new space!

 

“Seduction at a crossroads” is a new project of Pêdra Costa informed by the technologies of queer bodies and spiritual knowledge. This piece involves codes of seduction from a queer body from the global South, showing and criticizing the concept of beauty  in  heteronormative society. It does so by using the concepts and embodiment of pharmacopornography by Paul B. Preciado. This work is based on Pomba-giras, female spirits that incorporate mediums in the Umbanda, a syncretic Brazilian religion, heritage from the artist’s mother. Those spirits work on love, seduction and sex, and the crossroads are the space to offer gifts for them. At the same time, Pêdra talks in pajubá-deutsch, a language between pajubá, created by trans women in Brazil to protect themselves that mixed Yoruba and Portuguese, and more acknowledged today, and Deutsch, the German language. Pajubá-deutsch is based on the concept of mestiza and cultural hybridity from Gloria Anzaldúa’s work on intersectional difference in order to articulate a politics of coalition against the exclusion of alterity.

 

The exhibition is part of the program UNO, DOIS, DREI… AN EXHIBITION IN THREE INSTALLMENTS a Mz* Baltazar’s Lab curatorial project in collaboration with Artistic Bokeh in MuseumsQuartier. For this exhibition series Patricia J. Reis and Anna T. have invited artists focusing on language in a multitude of ways. Being based in a place that has been so divided in the context of immense sociopolitical changes, while becoming more multi-cultural, the curators wanted to look into language as a technology of communicating, connecting, and coming together. The exhibition series examines the visual language of colonialism (and who or what becomes illegal), the human and machine language and its threshold of function and dysfunction, and the embodied language of a queer migrant body that opens up and connects with other bodies and spirits alike. Mz* Baltazar’s curatorial viewpoint brings together artists from different media and backgrounds that speak to the diversity of the creative hub that is Vienna. Mz* Baltazar’s Lab further aims at highlighting the lengthy process of artistic practice as research in the framework of social and political themes, such as migration, Eurocentrism, cyborgs, queerness, and the overarching theme of language. We are happy to present Mariel Rodríguez, Isabella Kohlhuber, and Pêdra Costa in a series of exhibitions running from August to December 2016 at the space of Artistic Bokeh in the MQ’s Electric Avenue.

uno, dois, drei… an exhibition in three installments – Seduction at a crossroads

“Seduction at a crossroads” is a new performance of Pêdra Costa informed by the technologies of queer bodies and spiritual knowledge. This piece involves codes of seduction from a queer body from the global South, showing and criticizing the concept of beauty  in  heteronormative society. It does so by using the concepts and embodiment of pharmacopornography by Paul B. Preciado. This work is based on Pomba-giras, female spirits that incorporate mediums in the Umbanda, a syncretic Brazilian religion, heritage from the artist’s mother. Those spirits work on love, seduction and sex, and the crossroads are the space to offer gifts for them. At the same time, Pêdra talks in pajubá-deutsch, a language between pajubá, created by trans women in Brazil to protect themselves that mixed Yoruba and Portuguese, and more acknowledged today, and Deutsch, the German language. Pajubá-deutsch is based on the concept of mestiza and cultural hybridity from Gloria Anzaldúa’s work on intersectional difference in order to articulate a politics of coalition against the exclusion of alterity.

 

Opening: 14th November, 19h

Exhibition: 15th November – 16th December

The exhibition is part of the program UNO, DOIS, DREI… AN EXHIBITION IN THREE INSTALLMENTS a Mz* Baltazar’s Lab curatorial project in collaboration with Artistic Bokeh in MuseumsQuartier. For this exhibition series Patricia J. Reis and Anna T. have invited artists focusing on language in a multitude of ways. Being based in a place that has been so divided in the context of immense sociopolitical changes, while becoming more multi-cultural, the curators wanted to look into language as a technology of communicating, connecting, and coming together. The exhibition series examines the visual language of colonialism (and who or what becomes illegal), the human and machine language and its threshold of function and dysfunction, and the embodied language of a queer migrant body that opens up and connects with other bodies and spirits alike. Mz* Baltazar’s curatorial viewpoint brings together artists from different media and backgrounds that speak to the diversity of the creative hub that is Vienna. Mz* Baltazar’s Lab further aims at highlighting the lengthy process of artistic practice as research in the framework of social and political themes, such as migration, Eurocentrism, cyborgs, queerness, and the overarching theme of language. We are happy to present Mariel Rodríguez, Isabella Kohlhuber, and Pêdra Costa in a series of exhibitions running from August to December 2016 at the space of Artistic Bokeh in the MQ’s Electric Avenue.

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