1.28.2020

Transversal Mexicans



Curatorial Mutiny and Vision Forum will be presenting “Transversal Madness” at El Dia D in Mexico City. The piece will be shown on January 31 (20h30) and February 1 (19h). The performance mixes music, film and dance in unusual and creative configurations. It reflects on how social and cultural ideas inform our understanding of madness and desire. The presentation is produced by Vision Forum and supported by the Swedish Arts Council.

Edificio Madrid, Av. Revolución 240,
Mezzanine A, casi Puente de la Morena.
11800 Mexico City, Mexico
+52 55 6379 5066

1.19.2020

Transversal Madness in Mexico

Curatorial Mutiny and Vision Forum are proud to announce a new collaboration with F4Libre Espacio in Cuarnevaca in Mexico. Together Swedish and Mexican performance artists will present "Transversal Madness" which merges knowledge and experiences from both countries.

The piece will be shown publicly January 24 and 25 at 19h. It mixes music, film and dance in unusual and creative configurations to reflect on how desire can be re-considered to challenge our conception of the world. The presentation is supported by the Swedish Arts Council.

11.15.2019

MKP in Cuiaba



Curatorial Mutiny is proud to present a series of workshops and performances at MT in Cuiab√° in Brazil organised by our pedagogical network MKP.  The events take place November 25-27. The work is focuses on investigating the relationship between contemporary performance practices and everyday actions. We draw inspiration from the history of performance and key figures like John Cage and Yoko Ono and merge them with ideas from choreographer Susan Rethorst as well as MKP’s previous work with investigations of sites. We investigate the boundaries of desire and what can be learned by bringing together experiences and knowledge from contemporary art, dance, theatre and music. The events are supported by the Swedish Arts Council.

11.14.2019

More Trans in Sao Paoulo

 

Curatorial Mutiny and Vision Forum are proud to announce our participation in Satyrianas in Sao Paulo. It is the 30th anniversary of the festival. We contribute with the performance TransDisciplinary Romanticism that has its world premier on November 16:


21h00 – Romantismo Trancedisciplinar – PerforMix – SP Escola de Teatro – Unidade Roosevelt (Sala Alberto Guzik)

TranceDisciplinary Romaticism is a performance by and with Swedish choreographer Carima Neusser and visual artist Per Huttner. It takes its inspiration from a painting by Swedish 19th century painter Carl Fredrik Hill and investigates different forms of insanity and how social and political ideas informs our understanding of the phenomena. The two artists find in Romantic art great tools to understand the current social and political climate and especially why right wing populist has such an appeal today. The performance invites the audience to enjoy music, film and dance in unusual and creative configurations in order to reflect on how desire can be re-considered to challenge their conception of the world.

11.05.2019

Madness in Brazil


The Curatorial Mutiny team is proud to present a series of workshops and performances at SPET in Sao Paulo in Brazil organised by our pedagogical network MKP. The work takes place November 19-21 and is focuses on investigating the boundaries between sane behaviour and actions that break the boundaries of what is socially acceptable. The events are supported by the Swedish Arts Council.

10.23.2019

More European Submission


We are very pleased to announce that Baroque Architecture and Submission that is choreographed by Carima Neusser will go on tour in 2020. We have received funding from The Swedish Arts Council to perform in Norway, Switzerland and France. Dates and venues will be announced later in the autumn. So please check back here or more info.

9.20.2019

EEGsynth in Helsinki



AKUSMATA and CURATORIAL MUTINY PROUDLY PRESENT:
EEGsynth & Body Music demonstration
by Oneplusoneisthree (1+1=3) and guests

Sat 28.9.2019 at 20:00 – 21:00

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1+1=3 is an artistic platform / community / ecosystem for research and performance. The collective includes musicians, neuroscientists and visual artists. We stage performances where we use real time EEG signals. We use the signals to control sounds, lights and images. Since 2014 we have performed in Sweden, Finland, Greece, France, Brazil, the UK and the US. To find out more, you find the 1+1=3 / EEGsynth CV here.

What is the EEGsynth?
The EEGsynth is both a device and a collaborative interdisciplinary research project. As a device, it interfaces with the brain and body for artistic and scientific exploration, research and expression, allowing anyone to use their own brain and body activity to flexibly and powerfully control performative equipment in real-time. In short, it transforms electrophysiological signals (EEG, EMG and ECG) into analogue and digital control signals by means of sophisticated neuroscience signal analysis and custom-made hardware. As a project, it brings together musicians, artists, neuroscientists and developers to work together on technology for specific artistic performances.

Why the EEGsynth?
Progress in understanding the human brain is increasingly determining how we perceive ourselves and others. At the same time, new technologies are expanding the possible interactions between technology and the human brain. Brain-computer interfaces have recently become affordable for a wider public, allowing new artistic research into the human condition and new ways of artistic expression. However, to be able to exploit their full potential and to ensure the development of a lasting involvement of the art world in this contemporary dialogue, artists and neuroscientists have to co-create.


Akusmata
Tukholmankatu 7 K, 00270 Helsinki

1+1=3 is supported by the Nordic Culture Fund.