1. Trauma

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    Driven by my mother's novel -Lina Alikakou- Mausoleum of Toys, the performance is about four sisters whose former life together, in their family home, was characterised by the trauma of indifferent and neglectful parents. After their deaths, the sisters return to the house, resuming their habitation to haunt it as ghosts. This performance follows anti-narrative forms using the novel as matter for deconstruction. For the purpose of this performance, we recorded recollections of people’s traumatic childhood experiences, which were then used as soundscape to frame the whole piece.

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    • Tableaux Vivants

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      from Ewan Michael Riley / Added

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      A fantastical short film inspired in part by 16th century Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo. Written and directed by Ona Estapé Cortès, and featuring amazing prosthetic makeup by Jenna Barron. Performed by Jenna Barron and Ian Stuchfield.

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      • Gala Italia 2013 - Prinzregententheater

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        All About Italy presenta al Prinzregententheater di Monaco di Baviera l'evento Gala Italia 2013. In questa occasione i Teatri 35 mettono in scena lo spettacolo "Chiaroscuro" tableaux vivants da Caravaggio e caravaggeschi con le musiche dell'ensemble Così Facciamo e la voce del soprano Stephanie Krug. At the Prinzregententheater of München (DE) "All About Italy" present "Gala Italia 2013". In this show the theatre company "Teatri 35" make on stage live paintings from Caravaggio while the ensemble "Così Facciamo" and the soprano Stephanie Krug perform renaissance music.

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        • DIRTY WORK

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          from Andrei Zakow / Added

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          Instagram Reel @dirtyworking

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          • il panno acotonato dello inferno

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            from In viaggio col taccuino / Added

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            MAKING OF a tableaux vivants and live drawing performance after Rosso Fiorentino and Pontormo paintings, by Teatri35, Simo Capecchi and Caroline Peyron. Photos by Cecilia Battimelli. La costruzione di una performance di tableaux vivants e disegno in diretta, ispirata alle opere di Pontormo e Rosso Fiorentino, nelle foto di Cecilia Battimelli. Un laboratorio di Teatri 35, Simo Capecchi e Caroline Peyron, Napoli 2014. Dietro le quinte dello spettacolo che prende il titolo da uno scritto di Pontormo, dove "Il panno acotonato dello inferno" è la tela grezza e poco durevole sulla quale si stende la pittura. Le pezze di stoffa addosso agli attori rievocano quei dipinti, le mani dei disegnatori dialogano con Pontormo e Rosso Fiorentino. http://www.teatri35.it/home.html Disegni durante il laboratorio: https://www.flickr.com/photos/simocapecchi/sets/72157638539040904/ Disegni durante gli spettacoli: https://www.flickr.com/photos/simocapecchi/sets/72157647526566660/

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            • Rita Nowak - Tableaux vivants

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              Die Inszenierung von Bildern durch lebende Personen hat Tradition. Man fand sie bereits in den Triumph- und Prozessionszügen der Antike und sie kehren wieder in katholischen Prozessionen sowie Festumzügen der Renaissance und des Barock. Ein weiteres Mal tritt die Kunst der zur Bewegungslosigkeit erstarrten Szenerie Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts aufs Parkett. Ausgehend von Frankreich und fortan Tableaux Vivants genannt, finden die Verkörperungen historischer Gemälde und Skulpturen Eingang in die Unterhaltungskultur bürgerlicher Salons und in das Darstellungsrepertoir der Theater- und Revuewelt des 19. Jahrhunderts. Mit ihren fotografisch festgehaltenen Szenerien steht die in Wien und London lebende Künstlerin Rita Nowak in der Tradition der Verkörperung lebendiger Bilder. Ausgehend von historischen Gemäldevorlagen werden mithilfe befreundeter Künstlerinnen und Künstler lebendige Bilder komponiert, die ihren Vorbildern eine zeitgemäße Sprache verleihen. Nicht um Nachbildung geht es dabei, erforscht werden die Möglichkeiten der Übertragung. So entstehen Bilder der Vergegenwärtigung des Vergangenen im Jetzt und des Aktuellen in der Bildsprache vergangener Jahrhunderte. Ein Künstlerporträt von CastYourArt. | www.castyourart.com

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              • Miguel Alvear - Tableaux popular

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                In his work, the Ecuadorian artist Miguel Alvear works with motifs that originate from the pop culture worlds of South America. He mixes popular icons with historical, mythological, and art historical examples. Sometimes he brings together images from different social environments, combining things that normally try to stand apart due to taste or class distinctions. This approach to art, which ignores the concerns of snobbery and taste, creates friction. In his work, Popular Mechanics, commissioned by the City Museum of Quito, Miguel Alvear reestablishes the flashy, over-the-top style of female Tecnocumbia dancers in the imagery the local public bus drivers like to display on their dashboards. In the end, his work, which is basically reflecting the taste of the public, was not accepted by the museum as a symbol of Ecuadorian culture. Miguel Alvear comes from a film and video background. He studied at the Institut des Arts de Diffusion in Belgium and then at the San Francisco Art Institute in California. This cinematic background comes through in his photographs, which are like cinematic still images – Tableaux Vivants, which mix the sacred with the grotesque, the fluid with the static, landmarks with garbage, and, like in the Tecnocumbia songs, religious language with sexually provocative imagery. An artist-portrait by CastYourArt. | www.castyourart.com

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                • Irene Andessner - Art Protectors

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                  Im Rahmen der Ausstellung “Goldenes Zeitalter. Holländische Gruppenporträts aus dem Amsterdams Historisch Museum”, die vom 9. September bis einschließlich 21. November im Kunsthistorischen Museum zu sehen ist, zeigt die österreichische Künstlerin Irene Andessner ihre beiden jüngsten Arbeiten »Art Protectors« und belebt damit das Tableau vivant neu. Dieser Beitrag konnte mit freundlicher Unterstützung des UNIQA ArtCercles verwirklicht werden. Mit Art Protectors inszeniert Irene Andessner im Kunsthistorischen Museum ein zweiteiliges Tableau vivant nach dem Vorbild holländischer Regentenbilder. Ausgangspunkt sind zwei Gemälde Jan de Brays aus dem Jahre 1667. Sie zeigen den Verwaltungsrat des Lepra-, Pest- und Irrenhauses, jene Vorstände bzw. Schirmherren, die dieses verwalten und finanziell unterstützen. In ihrer zeitgenössischen Reinterpretation des Themas ersetzt Andessner das Personal beider Bilder durch Förderer von Kunst: Sammler, Galeristen, eine Museumsdirektorin, einen Kurator. Ein CastYourArt Beitrag. | www.castyourart.com

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                  • Irene Andessner - Selbstbildnisse

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                    Begonnen hat Irene Andessner mit Malerei. Sie studiert zunächst in Venedig an der Academia di Belli Arti bei Emilio Vedova, einem der wichtigsten italienischen Informel Maler, und anschließend bei Max Weiler und Arnulf Rainer, ebenfalls ein Vertreter des Informel, an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Wien. Anlässlich eines Ausstellungsbesuchs im Kunsthistorischen Museum in Wien begegnet Irene Andessner erstmals Bildern der italienischen Renaissancemalerin Sofonisba Anguissola. Ein Künstlerportrait von CastYourArt | www.castyourart.com

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                    • Fuckhead - Dieses schöne Lied

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                      This beautiful song annihilates, at least since the group Fuckhead has been celebrating its progressive deconstruction in a big way. Already captivated in recent years by the adrenaline kick of the mosh pit, the musicians and performers Aigner, Bruckmayr, Strohmann, Kern, Jöchtl, and Pittermann got their start originally as a noise-rock band. Along with their music and audience members, who are integrated onto the stage, Tableaux Vivants-type held-pose ending scenes have allowed Fuckhead to differentiate themselves from the authenticity-oriented hardcore punk generation at end of the eighties. Their ironic handling of political and masculinity-related themes in their “authenticity pictures” is still relevant for them today. An artist portrait by CastYourArt | www.castyourart.com

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