EXTENSION PAS-Performance Art Studies with BBB Johannes Deimling

12 people are meeting on 8 July 2010 in Berlin in the Grimmuseum in order to work together artistically. The artists, 23-62 years old, come from Germany, Spain, USA, Canada, Cameroon, Finland, Israel, Venezuela, the Netherlands and are all members of the PAS – Performance Art Studies of performance artist and Globetrotters BBB Johannes Deimling, who lectures and teaches at the F + F School for Art and Media Design in Zurich, the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn, the Technical University in Dresden and the Academy for scenekunst in Fredrikstad, near Oslo.
BBB Johannes Deimling developed PAS – Performance Art Studies out from his teachings and realized performance studies successfully in Estonia, Norway, Finland, France, Serbia, Canada, Israel, Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany. The aim of this study is in cooperation with international performance art festivals and art institutions to provide a comprehensive teaching program for art students and young performers, which focuses on the development of an own performance at the end. The 10 day, intensive studies are always in a context or is working on a specific theme or occasion.
This year, PAS – Performance Art Studies will be realised in cooperation with the Grim Museum, Enrico Centonze in Berlin. The PAS-Project will take part every year in July as a permanent institution of the museum. The studies are in the context of the EXTENSION Series, a Performance Program that takes place regularly at the Grim museum curated by Andres Galeano.
Extension series focuses on emerging and established international artists who are researching the frontiers of performance art and try with an innovative way to extend the traditional elements of a performance: space, time, artist body, actions, objects, and the relationship with the audience . Extension is looking for the tension in the development process and expands the ephemeral moment with the medium of documentation. Extension sees performance art as a dynamic medium that uses the cross-and interdisciplinary approach to explore new perspectives in contemporary art. These questions and many more the participants tries to focus and work on in these days with the goal to create an own performance.
Participants Helene Lefebvre (Canada), Arttu Palmio (Finland), Bernard Roddy (USA), Marcel savings Mann (Germany), Renee van Trier (Netherlands), Felix Fernandez (Spain), Ieke Trinks (Netherlands), Amelie Ares (Canada) , Jean Gerard Ndzengue Bessala (Cameroon), Gabriëlle Barros Martins (Netherlands), Sebastian Funk (Germany), Ana Alenso (Venezuela), Michal Samama (Israel) will use their body as a tool to communicate through images they create by putting themselves in relation to space and time, study the atmosphere of their surroundings, the energy of the other memebers, the visual equivalents leading to an artistic performance.
What they have to say, you can see at the presentation of the developed performances in the final presentations on 16 and 17 July 2010 live to see in the Grim Museum:

When: Friday, 16 and Saturday 17 July 2010, at 19:30 clock
Where: Grim Museum, Fichte Strasse 2, 10967 Berlin (U-Bahn 7, Südstern) www.grimmuseum.com, www.bbbjohannesdeimling.de

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