Mis: "RE-DO" - 24-tunnine performance
Millal: Reedel, 13. oktoober 17:00 - laupäev, 14. oktoober kell 17:00
Kus: Draakoni galerii keldrisaal (sissepääs Pühavaimu 3)
Kes: Temporary A/B Ensemble

Temporary A/B Ensemble'i (Daniel Kupferberg, Eero Yli-Vakkuri, Epp Kubu,
Kirke Kangro, Lagle Palo, Simon Haefele, Thomas Geiger) 24-tunnises
performance'is paigutub aeg kahte inimese elust üsna tuntud ruumi -
kodukeskkonda jõuluõhtul ja töisesse kontorisse. Mida me teeme oma
elu jooksul nendes inimlikes ruumides?

24 tunni kestel järgib A/B Ensemble inimese tegutsemise igapäevaseid
põhimudeleid. Inimese iha nii turvalisuse ja korra kui kaose järele.
Algselt kaootilisena näiv käitumine põhineb pikemal süüvimisel
tegelikult kindlatel reeglitel. Kui pikalt talub sama ruum kaost ja korda,
ülesehitust ja purustamist? Kas lammutamine on hea või halb? Kas ülesehitamine
on hea?

24 tundi järjest publikule avatud, alates reedest, 13. oktoobrist
kell 17.00 kuni laupäeva, 14. oktoobrini kell 17.00. Sissepääs on tasuta.

Materjalid: Mixed Media.

2006 Some rights reserved. Temporary A/B Ensemble (Daniel Kupferberg
(dk), Eero Yli-Vakkuri (fi), Epp Kubu (est), Kirke Kangro (est), Lagle Palo
(est), Simon Haefele (at), Thomas Geiger (de)

Dokumentatsioon: Riikka Tauriainen (fi)
Tänu: Erik Alalooga, Draakoni galerii, IDK

Täpsema info saamiseks:
Eero Yli-Vakkuri +372 58415981 eero@storijapan.net
or Simon Haefele +372 56138745 binsh@sonance.net

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What: "RE-DO" - 24 Hour Performance
When: Friday, 13th of October 17:00 - Saturday, 14th of October 17:00
Where: Underground Room of the Draakoni galerii
Entrance from Pühavaimu 3 Tallinn, Estonia
Who: Temporary A/B Ensemble

From Friday the 13th of October at 5 pm until 5 pm the following day
the basement of the Draakoni Gallerii will be processed into a 24 hour long
state of sequential transformations. Divided into two groups the
Temporary A/B Ensemble (Daniel Kupferberg, Eero Yli-Vakkuri, Epp Kubu, Kirke
Kangro, Lagle Palo, Simon Haefele, Thomas Geiger) will meticulously assemble a
christmas scene on the one hand and an office scene on the other.
Shortly before the Christmas party and the work in the office can begin, the
groups will suddenly swap positions in order to destroy the other group's
erection. Following a precise time schedule the performers will fall
back into a mode of construction.

The selected behavior, the mode of sequential processing, is
systematized by its endless replication within the chosen frame. It will repeat
itself several times during the 24 hours. Even if the scene on the first looks
like anarchy the perspective of being inside a game opens up, with a
set of agreed rules beeing carried out by all the participants without
question.

Thus demolition and chaos is to be recognized as part of the artwork.
The chosen elements in the process, the physical dispute of the
performer with the material, lead to an important issue: The occurrence of the
basic commodities transformed by destruction. Destruction becomes a means to
evolve new options and their order.

Materials: Mixed Media.

2006 Some rights reserved. Temporary A/B Ensemble (here in alphabetic
order): Daniel Kupferberg (dk), Eero Yli-Vakkuri (fi), Epp Kubu (est),
Kirke Kangro (est), Lagle Palo (est), Simon Haefele (at), Thomas Geiger
(de)

Documentation: Riikka Tauriainen (fi)
Credits: Eric Alalooga, Draakoni galerii, IDK

Please contact Eero Yli-Vakkuri +372 58415981 eero@storijapan.net
or Simon Haefele +372 56138745 binsh@sonance.net for further
information.