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Participating with the paper “Methodologies and Tools Relating to Memory, Perception and Documentation of Long Durational Performance Art” in the TECHNE Memory & Perception Conference, on Thursday, November the 3rd 2016. For more info and bookings please visit: www.memoryandperception.com

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photo by F.Kertudo // Gallery Sensei, 2016

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D E M O N S T R I S
performance & the monstrous

Live performances open to the public in the context of the RCA School Group “De Monstris” lead by Despina Zacharopoulou.
All performers are RCA students participating in the School Group.

Thursday 8th of December 2016
3-5pm
Participants in alphabetical order:

Agnieszka Beaupre
Samuel Dauncey
Corie Denby McGowan
Robert Hardaker
Antoine Heraly
Thomas Kaniok
Yongchan Lim
Eduardo Torres
South Studio, Dyson building – 3rd floor,
Royal College of Art Battersea
22 Howie Street, London SW11 4AY
(entrance at the far end of the courtyard on Howie str)

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On the School Group “De Monstris”:
This series of sessions, lead by Despina Zacharopoulou, explores the notion of the monster with a particular focus on performance art. The word ‘monster’ derives from the latin verb ‘monstrare’ which means; to reveal, to show, to exhibit. Nevertheless, any single definition of the monstrous is impossible; the concept itself seems to shift and change in time and space. For Michel Foucault, ‘There are monsters on the prowl, whose form changes with the history of knowledge’. In this group every student attempts to trace what is the monstrous for them and present a relevant performance piece during the final session.

 

Despina Zacharopoulou “the most precious non-object”
Kees van Lankveld “Alphabetical Order 1”
Luli Perez “expectacles 1, 2 and 3”
Guildor “Get even (odd one out)”
Luca Bosani “REAL, SO REAL”
Alice Jacobs “Untitled”

Gallery Sensei, 2016

all photos by Patricio Soto Aguilar

copyrights belong to the artists

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How might we negotiate through long durational performance the relationship between the Self and the Other, the performer and the audience?

A long durational performance event at Sensei Gallery, organised & curated by Royal College of Art Research Students in Fine Art: Jeroen Van Dooren & Despina Zacharopoulou.

Selected event & supported by the Royal College of Art Student-Led Event Competition.

Jeroen van Dooren
Despina Zacharopoulou
Guildor
Alice Jacobs
Luli Perez
Luca Bosani

Thursday 13th October: PV/Opening 7.30pm-late
Group performance of all participating artists followed by a drinks reception.

Long Durational Performances:
Friday 14th until Sunday 16th
1-7pm everyday
Sensei Gallery
Copeland Estate
133 Copeland Road
London, SE15 3SN
(Next to Bosse & Baum)
Entrance also through 133 Peckham Rye Lane, SE15 4ST

gallerysensei.com
artrabbit.com/events/meyou-youme-gallery-sensei

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