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Performances by Marijn Ottenhof & Alexis Blake

Project Spaces Castrum Peregrini

Herengracht 401
1017 BP Amsterdam
mail@castrumperegrini.nl
+31 (0)20 6235287
 

Performances

Date 25 Nov

Time 13-15 hrs

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Alexis Blake, We Will Not Be Moved, performance, photo: Giulia Ferrando

Artists Alexis Blake (United States, 1981) and Marijn Ottenhof (The Netherlands, 1985) have created performances for the exhibition ‘Some Things Hidden’. Both take place in the former studio of artist Gisèle van Waterschoot van der Gracht, in Castrum Peregrini, a WWII safe house.

Blake combines fine art, movement and performance to investigate the way in which the body is represented and treated as an archive, which she then critically examines, disrupts and re-negotiates. Ottenhof investigates social systems and the human need for rules and logic.

Program
13.00-14.00 hrs: Marijn Ottenhof
14.00-15.00 hrs: Alexis Blake

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Free

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