Singing in the wind, 05/26/2021, Wed., 6:00 p.m.
Lina Zylla shows a multi-layered performance consisting of her looped voice, painting and glass. She refers to fragments of the play "Orpheus descending" in the group exhibition "Limonare" at the Orangerie Munich.
Sound Master: Simon Kummer
Camera: Mathias R. Zausinger
May 26-May 30, 2021, Orangerie Englischer Garten, Munich (see end of page for details).
As cultural institutions have closed, art has been displaced into the digital world and the desire for physical and material experience, even without a screen, has grown. This desire for social encounters and to have experiences on a physical level in addition to the visual level leads us to this exhibition project.
Limonare ( / li - mo - nà - re / ) is a colloquial Italian, verb that describes physical closeness, in the sense of "making out, cuddling", related to the act of squeezing lemons. The root of the verb comes from "limone" (in German, lemon), a citrus fruit that used to be grown in orangeries. The works we are creating for the exhibition are connected to the working title "reacting distance" - they address in very different ways the interplay of proximity and distance, spatially, physically or also in a cultural sense. Since we all have different cultural and geographical backgrounds, this cultural diversity enriches us as a group. Thus, we can reflect and rethink the exhibition from our respective positions and perspectives. Through exchange, works are developed and selected for the exhibition.
The interacting and reacting "reacting distance", which serves here as a working title for the exhibition, should not only come up in our works, but also connects in an art mediation object, which will be developed for the exhibition. A piece of furniture as a platform between visitors and artists. Every interested person can get an appointment with one of us artists after registration. The "One to one - conversations" allow a direct and personal exchange about art and the exhibition. In this context, visitors are no longer passive recipients of the exhibition, but become contributors with their suggestions, leaving their mark. In addition, we implement a digital program with different performances and a guided tour. Although the direct exchange is in the foreground, we find it important to offer an inclusive digital experience. While adhering to current hygiene regulations, the concept of "one to one conversations" allows for the inclusion of visitors of all backgrounds and ages, and the digital format also offers a low-threshold opportunity for participation.
Exhibition venue: Orangerie im Englischen Garten, Englischer Garten 1A, 80538 Munich, Germany
Period: 05/26 - 05/30/2021
Thursday & Friday: 14:00-20:00,
Saturday & Sunday: 11:00-20:00
- Performance scheduled for 05/26/2021
- Artist-Talk tentatively on 27.05.2021
Artists: Simona Andrioletti, Janna Jirkova, Jan Dominik Kudla, Fumie Ogura,
Anna M. Pasco Bolta, Mathias R. Zausinger, Lina Zylla
Cultural Manager: Fabian Gansmann
Supported by the City of Munich