Dimanche Rouge

  1. MoNu - Near Death

    AV Performance
    L'installazione parte dall'idea di rappresentare visualmente lo stato alterato di NDE(Near death experience - 'Esperienza di pre-morte). Grazie all'NDE la propria morte non solo diventa pensabile, ma anche 'vivibile': si fa esperienza della morte. Le immagini fanno riferimento ai momenti della vita di una persona, sono filmati in modo soggettivo e sono proiettate in modo aleatorio. Tra 2 immagini consecutive c'è sempre un blank come fosse un battito degli occhi; il suono è molto importante ed aiuta ad identificare i momenti.

    Si è riscontrato che una certa percentuale di coloro che, in seguito a un grave incidente o un trauma abbiano pensato, creduto, temuto o percepito che la propria morte fosse imminente, riferiscono di essere stati protagonisti di un'esperienza descritta come fantastica e 'reale' al tempo stesso, come un vero e proprio 'viaggio nell'aldilà', nel 'mondo dei morti' descritto come luogo di pace, serenità e tranquilità assoluti, che presenta molte somiglianze con quello immaginato da Dante nella 'Divina commedia' o con quelli immaginati e descritti nei 'Libri dei Morti' sia egiziani che tibetani.

    Molti di coloro che sono stati sul punto di morire o sono stati dichiarati clinicamente morti, hanno poi riferito di essere 'usciti dal corpo' e di averlo potuto osservare dall'esterno, di essere entrati in luoghi paradisiaci, in un regno di luce e amore. Alcuni hanno anche riferito di aver potuto rivedere in breve tempo l'intera esistenza passata e in alcuni casi anche quella futura. Riferiscono poi di essere arrivati in una zona di confine o di aver incontrato un ostacolo, o l'Essere di luce stesso, che ha impedito loro di andare oltre e che li ha costretti a 'ritornare nel corpo'.

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  2. “It was Monday.
    Usually I hate Monday mornings, but this time, on top of my usual Monday morning grumpiness, I was quite relieved when the alarm kicked in.
    I was dreaming about something pretty fucked up, don’t remember what exactly, though. Something about the Monday morning meeting, some work-related stuff, some chases, trams, masks, people, faces... This happens sometimes, when I have too much work - nothing new.
    But there was also this mask.
    It was white, kind of carnival mask, but without any decorations.
    It was just there, completely still, on my pillow, and my cat was sitting next to it, watching.
    For some reason I’ve found it quite disturbing.

    Anyway. Gotta hurry up to catch that bloody tram.
    I’m so sleepy.... Damn, should have had another coffee.

    And then..”

    Have you ever felt stuck in the dream, which felt so real you were scared you would never wake up?
    What about that dream not being, actually, yours?
    What about the dreamer being someone whom you dreamt of? A person, or... a thing. Say - a mask.
    Weird, eh?
    Well - it didn't look that weird. Not initially, at least. See, it was just a perfectly ordinary Monday morning, and the alarm clock was just about to ring...


    A film by: f.r.u. Studio

    Concept, video, and story: Agnieszka "Bronka" Bronowka
    Soundtrack: Dave Evans and Agnieszka "Bronka" Bronowska
    Performance: Bronka & Lucyf
    The soundtrack contains the following tracks:
    “Feeling Dark (Behind The Mask)” by 7OOP3D, “Waking Up” by PorchCat, “Audiotechnica Nervous Breakdown” by Reusenoise, “Death March to Sun Fun City” by by Ruin Roads, “Tanto Ruido” by Silviao, “It Is The Hour (Get Up)” by Snowflake, and Allegretto from the 7th Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven (performed by Jean-Michel (Creative Commons).

    Copyright: f.r.u. Studio (2011)

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  3. Down the carbon nanotube...

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  4. The 3 screen setup for "MaskeRade" AV performance - premiered during Live Performers Meeting (LPM), Rome, 19-22 May 2011.

    Concept, video & story: Agnieszka "Bronka" Bronowska.
    Performers: Bronka & Lulu Lucyfer.
    Live video mixing & visual effects: Dave Evans.
    Soundtrack: Dave Evans & Agnieszka "Bronka" Bronowska.
    Soundtrack credits: 700P3D, Chor Akademicki UW, Corale Polifonica Cascinese, MacTonite, PorchCat, Reusenoise, Ruin Roads, Scott Althon, Silviao, Snowflake & Zapack (all Creative Commons, ccMixter).

    Copyright: f.r.u.Studio (2011). All rights reserved.

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  5. Faceless project started from the need to tell the human body and the huge communicative potential that it brings; as the title says, the idea is acting by subtraction, revealing the absence of the face as the basis for an investigation of the movement.

    The face, with its wealth of expression and the ability to attract, by itself, the attention of the viewer, is thus concealed; the body remains. This “interference” creates alienating figures. Faceless is intended also as a reflection on the different identities that the body assumes in relation to the natural and cultural environment in which it operates. The center of the project is, in a nutshell, the conflict generated by the juxtaposition of the body to the face, hidden-replaced from time to time by simulacra of our lives: wigs, masks, clothes…

    The project is divided into five photographic series: Feminea, Black Russian, Siren’s Dream, Countryland and Swamp Women.

    Authors of the project Faceless are Claudio Oliva (1978) and Vera Michela Suprani (1980). He deals with the purely photographic job, she plays and oversees the selection of costumes.

    Realized between Rome, Ravenna and New York City supported by: Comune di Ravenna – Assessorato alle Politiche Giovanili and Cantieri Danza – Festival Ammutinamenti.

    Solo exhibitions 2010: Contemporanea -Segni Teatrali festival ex Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Segni (Rome) ,Palazzo Rasponi, Ravenna – under the patronage of Ravenna Municipality, Dodici Pose – Art Gallery, Rome.

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Dimanche Rouge

Dimanche Rouge

Dimanche Rouge is an international experimental performance event based in Paris, France, taking place every third Sunday of the month. Dimanche Rouge showcases a variety of performances including but not limited to multimedia, audiovisual, sound, graffiti,…

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Dimanche Rouge is an international experimental performance event based in Paris, France, taking place every third Sunday of the month. Dimanche Rouge showcases a variety of performances including but not limited to multimedia, audiovisual, sound, graffiti, actions, dance, body art, and interventions. In addition, experimental performers whose work is not generally seen in art venues, such as masseurs, coiffures, cooks, knitters, tatoo designers, and jewelry makers are welcomed to participate and invite members of the public to carry out their performances. Finally, Dimanche Rouge also exhibits installations, photographs, and paintings by artists performing at the events.
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Dimanche Rouge, un evenement de performances expérimentales par des artistes internationaux avec des apéros partagés le troisième dimanche du mois.
Des performances vidéo, danse, son, théâtre, urban art, actions, installations, lectures performatives, et des performers atypiques tels que des masseurs, skaters, coiffeurs, chefs de cuisine, gymnastes, et autres sont les bienvenus pour intervenir dans un flux qui explore les frontières de l’art performatif.
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