Tuesday, 18 September 2012

The Little Weakling is looking for Daddy in Berlin

With Antie Agula and an Adoption Questionnaire we went to that marvelous city of Berlin, to find a right father for our little darling. There was quite a bunch of interested and Adequate man but our first and the last choice was tender and properly dressed up JOEL of Brazilian origin. Auntie Agula rewarded him with her Polish cake to Asimilate all of the 3 nations and tore the photo of recanted past-father up.
The performance took place in ACUD,Berlin during the Month of Performance on 11th of May; big thanks to Joern Burmester (coordinator of MPA). More pics from the whole event here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mpa-berlin/sets/72157629833852292/

Photo © Alexandra Gneissl 2012, Iwona Liegmann 2012

Sunday, 1 April 2012


Soon ... 10-11 th of MAy, and off we go to perform in Berlin again :-)

Sarah Applebaum

American artist Sarah Moli Newton Applebaum (b. 1975, California) lives and works in San Francisco, California. Internationally recognized, her work has been exhibited in La Triennale Di Milano Design Museum in Milan, Nordic House Cultural Center in Reykjavik, Iceland, the Denver Biennial of the Americas in Colorado and the San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art in California, among other spaces. She has been featured in a diversity of books and publications throughout China, North and South America and Europe. Applebaum's new-psych work has played a key part in reinvigorating installation and soft sculpture through her use of textiles in contemporary art.

A collaboration of San Francisco-based band Seventeen Evergreen with Oakland-based directing maestros Corey Creasey and Ian Kibbey aka Terri Timely for Polarity Song has resulted in something remarkable and beautiful with the crucial input of Ian and Coreys (SF-based) artist friend Sarah Applebaum.
Applebaums medium of choice are textiles to make soft sculptures put to brilliant use in the Timelys creation of a very woolly and colourful alternate universe within a drab, cavernous thrift store (probably somewhere in the Bay Area). Stephen Richards of Lucky Number calls it the best video weve ever commissioned.