Inka Meissner & Anke Dyes: The Sound of the Scorpios – bringing the south up north

In Capitalism the marketed feeling, fame, has always been favored
Other feelings (in this context) have been dissolved in the ridiculousness of dance scenes (w/ older men and younger lovers)

here the stupid naive, affective, idealistic feeling loses against
skill as anesthesia

(…)

Time flies.
The need for self-defense seems as vulgar as direct (which is not the same)
Our Kung Fu training in the olive grove looked better than it felt
I did not expect the seriousness it had
It had that moment of confrontation
as if we were doing something to them
-but like
seriously
it wasn't even like that.

Anke Dyes and Inka Meißner hosted a Performance Art Festival in Leipzig in 2008. It was called Spit Curse Comment. Since then they work in various collaborations with formats of lecture, choreography, musical and film. The performance presented at Astrup Fearnley Museet is the second performance in a series they began in September at Villa Romana in Florence.

Duration: Between 30-60 minutes

Address: Strandpromenaden 2, 0252 Oslo

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