Two entities by Justyna Scheuring
Justyna Scheuring (POLAND)
Sun 30 Oct 2016
Ipswich Art School Gallery
TWO ENTITIES BY JUSTYNA SCHEURING, FOREIGNER’S DANCE AND NOT KANDINSKY.
Foreigner’s Dance relates to the current migration problem and the global rise of nationalism. It questions belonging and social identity. To dance – we ought to move our bodies in a way that goes with the rhythm and style of music that is being played.
I’m not Kandinsky and of course I’m not Hilma Af Klint either. Laughter. Here I come with an abstract performance about selectiveness of history, political unfairness and discrimination imposed by a louder voice. Laughter. Pain. Laughter. Join a dream within which we will merge and comprehend. Laughter.
Interval will be performed by Agnieszka Podubny and Robin Paley Yorke.
Justyna Scheuring is a Polish visual and performance artist based in London. Her practice is interdisciplinary and revolves around the emotional presence of the human being and groups of people in social situations. She has been involved in public display, which has been informed by ongoing critique through research and participatory workshops.
- Thanks to: the Polish Cultural Institute in London