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“Learning you

“Learning you”

Extension Series – Curated by Andrés Galeano, Grimmuseum, Berlin

2010

The performance had 3 moments:

1 – An installation

2 – The performance

3 – What Stayed from the performance

All three moments were very important for the performance process and work. They come to question what comes before a performance and what stays after, and the importance of this 2 stages that surrounds the performance action.

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Blauverschiebung No 4 2011 Performancefestival Leipzig

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Homework

Festival Home Sweet Home – Werkstatt der Kulturen, Berlin

2010

“Homework” was a response to the thematic of the Festival Home sweet home. The performance process was based on the memory of the house. I built a house of clay where I took from inside a metaphor of the inside of my body in the form of several objects. Between them there was 8 barbies, 1 heart, 1 bone, an audio tape, a money box and a letter that i sent to myself with memories, specially produced for the moment of the performance.

Márcio Carvalho, visual artist, performance artist and curator.

www.marcio-carvalho.com

Marcio Carvalho was born in 1981 in Lagos, Portugal. He considers himself a strategist operating within cause and effect systems, leading his choices to building processes of live itself. “Any data from any cultural, political or science field can cross together and become real”.

He works as an active artist, researcher and curator, horse jumping between art, ethnography, mythology, politics and analytical psychology. He holds a Master Degree in Visual Arts and in 2013 will defend his master degree thesis on Performing Arts and Memory – Udk, Berlin. He is the founder of “The Powers of Art”, the first international TV Show dedicated to performing arts and the paranormal activity, he founded the artist residence program Hotel25 in Berlin and he is the founder and curator, together with Dr. Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and Savvy Contemporary, of the performance art program CO-LAB editions

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