For the upcoming ArtScience exhibition Opening Credits, Aisha Pagnes has developed the following work at CLOUD/Danslab:
‘THERE I AM HERE YOU ARE THERE’ explores complete darkness as a means to simultaneously mask and facilitate presence. In this piece, participants can explore how darkness intensifies the way we feel within ourselves, with others and our surrounding. Vests equipped with glowing magnets abstract the shape and movement of the body to single points of light. Spontaneous movement thus becomes the main influencing agent: a real-time catalyst for affect.
This piece was developed with with the kind support of the following test-audience: Mattia Marani, Luca Conte, Zoë D’Hont, Kasper van der Horst, Loes Roskam, Ábel Fazekas, Pepijn Cim Goudsblom, Vanessa Marcio, Max van der Wal, Julie Hasfjord, Orestes Willemen, Asami Kiuchi,Giovanni Salice, Fotis Rovolis, Sophia Bulgakova, Fazle Shairmahomed, Catherine Ostraya, Mabel Rae, Kay Churcher, Darien Brito, Aju Sheshtra.
Third year students from the ArtScience Interfaculty share their projects from the past year with the broad public. Part of Holaa! Festival, the exhibition is on view at the Grey Space In The Middle from Friday 8 to Sunday 10 of June 2018. You will experience the analogue with the digital, the playful with the composed and the familiar with the ambivalent.
Works presented by:
Kay Churcher, Loes Roskam, Nina Lezaic, Jesús Canuto Iglesias, Mabel Calvert Verbruggen, Sunna Svavarsdóttir, Anastasia Loginova, Lily Hudson, Catherine Ostraya, Sophia Bulgakova, Aisha Pagnes, Stefano Zucchini and Senida Kalender.
[The ArtScience Interfaculty promotes the development of new art forms and artistic languages, teaching its students to apply ideas from one field to another to create innovative and engaging artworks across a wide variety of disciplines.]