LADA is delighted that its Ouch screening programme is being shown as part of Vest&Page’s Project ID: Between Identities on 5, 6 and 7July, at Ruimtevaart Den Haag, The Netherlands.
Ouch features work by works by Marina Abramović, Marcel·lí Antunez Roca, Ron Athey, Franko B, Wafaa Bilal, Rocio Boliver, Cassils, Bob Flanagan, Regina José Galindo, jamie lewis hadley, Nicola Hunter & Ernst Fischer, Oleg Kulik, Martin O’Brien, Petr Pavlensky.
Previous screenings of Ouch have been shown at Martin O’Brien’s Discharge in January 2013, the Wellcome Collection’s In Pursuit of Pain in July 2016, and the Venice International Performance Art Week Fragile Body – Material Body in December 2016.
Ouch – An Anthology on Pain and Performance is a collection of videos curated by LADA on some of the most remarkable documentation of live body-based performances throughout history and today.
More information here.
Banner image credit:
Marina Abramovic, Rhythm 0 (1974), Photograph by Donatelli Sbarra
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