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VIRTUAL CHOREOGRAPHY - FIRST GESTURES VIRTUAL WORLD MAP - by ROSANA ANTOLÍ

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Saturday, 8 October 2016 to Tuesday, 8 November 2016
Opening: 
Friday, 7 October 2016 -
6:00pm to 9:00pm

Rosana Antolí’s practice juxtaposes drawing, performance and moving image to reveal the hidden choreographic commands that structure the everyday, in order to resist the imposition of behaviours, acts and motions.
Virtual Choreography is an interactive online platform working as an open database of movements, a ‘world gesture map’ that allows the audience to visualise and upload several recorded motions created by themselves. The Hackney Wick area will work as Antolí’s starting point for a project that will have continuation in different cities and countries around the world.
For her residency at arebyte gallery, Antolí will research the common gestures and behaviours of specific zones of Hackney Wick by asking different sectors of the community for their involvement. This will culminate in a virtual participatory platform and an exhibition where anyone can lead a new movement to be added in this symphony of gestures.
A total of ten people from ten differing communities in the area will be chosen for their behavioural characteristics based on observing their normative social and private behaviours. For ten days the participants will record themselves simultaneously completing one instructed gesture which will then be uploaded to the website and form part of the exhibition.
The work references the One Minute Sculptures of Erwin Wurm and is transformed into what Antolí’ refers to as One Minute Social Choreography. Through dissemination of the recorded videos, a network is created gestures are highlighted and accentuated; and through their willingness to endure and take instructions; their social power and status becomes obsolete. Here, the term choreography is democratised as everyone who performs becomes a dancer.
There is also an notion of exchange within the work - exchange between the camera and the performer, exchange between the artist and the collaborators, and the literal exchange of movements in the city. Through this exchange, Antoli aims to map the archaeology of the area and provoke new ways of thinking surrounding the perception of dance and identity.

 

Artist ( Description ): 

About Rosana Antolí
Rosana Antolí is a London-based. Her artistic practice is focused in the intersection of art,
choreography and everyday life.The utopian character is central to her practice, and
consequently the failure of the actions involved.
Antolí studied MA Sculpture and Performance at the Royal College of Art and graduated in
2015. She has exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide including Centro de Arte
Contemporáneo Wilfredo Lam (La Havana, Cuba. 2016), CCEMx (DF, Mexico. 2016),
Joan Miró Foundation Museum (Barcelona, Spain. 2016), CCEN (Managua, Nicaragua.
2016), Josée Bienvenu Gallery (New York, USA. 2016), LagerHaus62 (Zürich,
Switzerland. 2015), Herbert Read Gallery - UCA (Canterbury, UK. 2015), ABC Museum
(Madrid, Spain. 2015), The Ryder Projects Gallery (London, UK. 2015) and Pieroggi
Gallery (New York, USA. 2015).
Awards and scholarships include Generaciones 2017 (Spain. 2016), 4th International
Emerging Artist Award launch event (Dubai, UAE. 2015), Royal British Society of Sculptors
Award (UK. 2015), BBVA National Video Art Prize (Spain. 2015), Gasworks International
Fellowship ( London -Colombia. 2015), Olivier von Schulthess Collection Residency
(Switzerland. 2015)

Telephone: 
07531574666
Venue ( Address ): 

arebyte Gallery
Unit 4 Queen's Yard
49 White Post Lane
London
E9 5EN

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