Currently and until end of May, Poison and Play visits the Stay Hungry exhibition and occupies allotment garden and cabin number 9 in the Gleisdreieck allotment gardens, Berlin, Schöneberg.
In July 2011 Poison and Play reopens at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt as Labor Berlin No 6. Stay tuned for more!
Berlin was first introduced with Poison and Play on the 20th of January 2011
at the first Stay Hungry event.
Stay Hungry Gleisdreieck directions:
Entrance allotment gardens / Zugang Schrebergärten
Link to MAP
"Stay Hungry" is curated by Anna Redeker and Theo Ligthart, in collaboration with Dellarowe Galleries
Playing Bones Video
A Kalevala Duo, Playing Bones commissioned by CS1 Projects
Pia Lindman, an internationally recognized performance artist, Professor of environmental art at Aalto University, and a certified practitioner of Kalevala bone-setting, will create a new piece with music ensemble Wooden Cities: A Kalevala Duo, Playing Bones. By once again treating this ancient healing technique as an art form, the wellspring of cultural knowledge that helped found Finland comes full circle. The Kalevala is a 2000 year-old epic poem, which inspired the great Finnish modernists like Eliel and Eero Saarinen, who designed Kleinhans Music Hall. Performed on this stage, Playing Bones celebrates the rich spectrum of the wisdom contained within this text. A result of many years of investigation into the body and its place within the cultural space, Lindman's performance piece responds to a contemporary desire to mend the fission between science and art, healing and creativity. Conceived as a “Studio on the Stage” project, CS1 Projects’ commission will be the only collaboration between a Finn and Buffalo artists for FinnFest USA 2015. Check out video sample of the performance HERE and photo documentation HERE.