Mette Ingvartsen

The Artificial Nature Project
In The Artificial Nature Project a new encounter between human and non- human performers emerges from the following questions:What does it mean to make a choreography for materials where human movement is no longer in the center of attention?How can one address the force of things, materials, objects and matters as something that acts upon humans?What is the relationship between the animate and the inanimate world?
The outcome is a performance that literally throws things around. Materials fly through the air giving rise to a landscape that constantly transforms itself. Throughout the performance the view is persistently changing: a calm contemplative site may turn into an energetic chaos of stuff being projected into space. Or, a flood wave becomes a storm of confetti whirling through the air, rushing over the stage. The theater stage gets covered with and traversed by various objects and raw materials, creating a disastrous mess of small, thick, light, big, heavy, thin, breakable and resistant things.

JENNIFER RUBELL

Ivanka Vakkumieren
In Ivanka Vacuuming (2019), einer Performance der Künstlerin Jennifer Rubell, sind die Zuschauer eingeladen, Brotkrumen auf den Weg eines überzeugenden Trump-Look-Alike zu werfen und ständig ein Chaos zu verursachen, das sie niemals aufräumen kann.