This place you see has no size at all...
This place you see has no size at all... Programme

Michael Portnoy, "Mets ton doigt quelque part! dit Theo", 2009. Performance.
Michael Portnoy, "Mets ton doigt quelque part! dit Theo", 2009. Performance.
Michael Portnoy, "Mets ton doigt quelque part! dit Theo", 2009. Performance.
Alex Waterman / Mark von Schlegell, " Love the Clear Dark", 2009.
Jennifer Teets reading for Alex Waterman / Mark von Schlegell, " Love the Clear Dark", 2009.
"Awakening the Spirit of Eternal Rest". Guided visit by Alex Cecchetti, 2010.
"Awakening the Spirit of Eternal Rest". Guided visit by Alex Cecchetti, 2010.
"Awakening the Spirit of Eternal Rest". Guided visit by Alex Cecchetti, 2010.
This place you see has no size at all... Programme
Friday, 4 December, 2009

Schedule of parallel exhibitions and performances:

at Kadist and elsewhere:

Opening night: Friday, December 4th:
Michael Portnoy with a performance titled "Mets ton doigt quelque part!", said Theo.
7:30pm, Kadist Art Foundation  

Saturday, December 5th:
»Et vous, que cherchez-vous ? », opening of parallel exhibition in conjunction with the Kadist show
at 6pm, FRANCE FICTION
6bis rue de Forez 75003 
http://france.fiction.free.fr/  

Thursday, January 7th:
a night of radio play by Alex Waterman
and Mark von Schlegell
7:30pm, Kadist Art Foundation  

...Fingerprint on the invisible canvas of time...
Trees of St. Cloud swaying in near silent savagery...
Bells casting the fair ones away...
Footsteps sounding on the matted leaves...  

LOVE THE CLEAR DARK 
story by Mark von Schlegell
radio play and soundtrack by Alex Waterman  
Performed live by Mark von Schlegell
and Alex Waterman
with additional voices by Jennifer Teets.  

Wednesday February, 3rd:
"Awakening the Spirit of Eternal Rest"
guided tour with Alex Cecchetti
Museé du Louvre, 7:30 pm.
Meeting point: Louvre, Denon, Ground Floor, Salle du Manège, Room A
The Spirit of Eternal Rest is an object of multiplicity. It combines an antique funerary effigy with the body of 3rd century AD sculpture. The assemblage was vandalized and mutilated in 1670 by the Duke of Mazarin; traces of this act of madness remain visible on the sculpture's body. Restored with new marble body parts, the sculpture is known as the « Hermaphrodite Mazarin. » Its story embraces the XVII and XIX centuries from the Cardinal Mazarin to Louis XIV, as well as Hortense Mancini to Rodin.

The object is currently on display at the Musée du Louvre in Paris.


 

This project has been realized with the generous support of The Elephant Trust and the Saison de la Turquie in France.   Special thanks to Germana Innerhofer Jaulin      

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