MOVE W IT H (OUT) #9 LISBON – Super-Artista Incógnita|26th September 2015

On Saturday 26th September Something Human’s nomadic project MOVE W IT H (OUT) is presented as part of Mnemonic City Lisbon in partnership with Magma Collective, Espaço Roundabout.Lx and Largo Residências.

MOVE W I T H (OUT) is a travelling project, curated by Something Human that questions the notions of “home”. Addressing an increasingly unstable global economic landscape, the exhibition and site specific live art intervention explores the ambivalent relationships between the interior and the exterior that plays out over issues such as identity, borders and migration, belonging and longing, and the tensions of navigating between the different spheres. Previous iterations have taken place in Berlin, Rome, Venice, Belgrade, Singapore, Budapest and Skopje.

Artists: Nicola Anthony, Zsuzsa Bakonyi, Sarah Choo Jing, John Clang, Mauro De Giorgi, Adolfina De Stefani, Nina Feldman, Valerie Grove, Howard Hardiman, Gloria Houng, The Huddle, Marija Miloshevska, Lynn Lu, Jakrawal Nilthamrong, Bill Psarras, Ana Rodić, Samin Son, Carlo Michele Schirinzi, ShakinArt, Malvina Tan, The Huddle, Ines Von Bonhorst, Jason Wee.

Responding to the themes of MOVE W I T H (OUT), artist provocateur Andrea Inocêncio will present her durational live art intervention Super-Artista Incógnita, in which the central persona is constructed with reference to cultural stereotypes both local and universal (as found in folklore, fado, the Rooster of Barcelos, the student culture of the ancient Coimbra University etc.) Tracing a route around the city the artist seeks audience participation that demands the fictional and the fantastical re-imagination of the future.

Music by João Camões

In partnership with

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