Sequences | reykjavik | 6–15 October 2017
31.10.09 09:39

Sequences 2009 October 31st. Schedule continues

14.00 Air, performance by Prinz Gholam (DE). Suspended time and absorption are central in our performative work. We perform „engrossed in an activity as if in denial of an audience“. We keep still. We move according to a choreographed path. We keep close to each other, we touch each other, we lie on the floor. From one tableau to the next. www.galeriewolff.com Reykjavik Maritime Museum


15.00 Feminism, Little Tales of Misogyny by The Spartacus Chetwynd Mime Troupe (UK). The Spartacus Chetwynd Mime Troupe will present a series of narratives based on the lives of feminists. The mime performance will involve puppet shows, dance and pure expression. House of Ideas, Grandagarður 2, 101 Reykjavík


16.00 Video Screening Event: Vitaskuld, Auðvitað! by Icelandic Love Corporation (IS). The Icelandic Love Corporation (ILC) is an art collective, and it has undertaken a diverse range of work, especially performance as well as taking part in numerous exhibitions over their career. They have been working together since they graduated from the Icelandic College of Arts and Crafts in 1996 and are currently based in Reykjavik. www.ilc.is Regnboginn Cinema, Hverfisgata 54, 101 Reykjavík


16.00 Video Screening Event: Four New York Minutes and Ode to An Ode by Curver Thoroddsen.Curver Thoroddsen has with his “real life-performances” and the help of the media reflected his everyday life. Curver has been working extensively with his own identity, like his decision to change his given name to “Curver” an international plastic container company showswww.ghostigital.com Regnboginn Cinema, Hverfisgata 54, 101 Reykjavík


16.00 Video Screening Event: An Exquisite Corpse in Nikisialka by 16 Icelandic & Polish artists.An experimental film conceived at “Pisland One”, an artist residency in Nikisialka, Poland, where a group of Icelandic and Polish artists resided in the summer of 2008. All the artists collaborated with filmmakerThorgeir Gudmundsson in fulfilling a premise based on the idea of collaborative drawings that the surrealists called exquisite corpses Regnboginn Cinema, Hverfisgata 54, 101 Reykjavík


16.00 Video Screening Event: Sirkus by Bjarni massi (IS) made in collaboration with Kling & bang gallery. Sirkus was a Reykjavik bar, landmark, and hub of the alternative arts scene, which was due for demolition in 2008. Kling & bang gallery saved its facade and interior and opened up a branch in London during the fair. Sirkus is premiered in Iceland at the SEQUENCES Video Screening Event. Regnboginn Cinema, Hverfisgata 54, 101 Reykjavík


17.00 Opening Office, THE ONE LETTER DELIVERY SHOW, Parfyme (DK). Parfyme (perfume) is a four-person art collective that consists of Laurids Scone, Ebbe Dam Meinild, Pelle Brage and Douglas Paulson. They have developed and carried out several projects in the public space for the last eight years. http://www.parfyme.dk Hverfisgata 35 (auga fyrir auga)


18.00 PPPTPC – Centre for Publicity by Berglind Jóna Hlynsdóttir (IS) & Etienne de France (FR) PPPTPC is a private joint venture that aims at producing truth from the fiction of the past, present and future. With the work we want to play with the factuality of recent current events, play them of the past and create proposals for the future. We create terms that are easy to understand and reading materials that make peoples worlds a little smaller. www.etiennedefrance.com Lækjargata – Mæðragarður


At dusk ‘day for night’, Pernille Leggat Ramfelt (NO). Pernille Leggat Ramfelt’s films, photographs and accompanying texts investigate coexisting levels of reality and the mediated through the recording and reporting of current events. “day for night”, a 16 mm film projected at specific times each day, a blind, an intervention Lost Horse gallery, Vitastigur 9a, 101 Reykjavik


19.00- 19.30 ・S・C・O・U・R・G・E・, performance by Melkorka Huldudóttir (IS) Melkorka Huldudóttir graduated from The Icelandic Art Academy in 2002. She is a visual artist who uses all possible art media to convey her work and is mostly influenced by movies and computer games. She has worked in numerous collaborations and shown her work in Iceland and abroad. Dwarf Gallery, Grundarstígur 21, 101 Reykjavík


20.00 næstum því ekki neitt and Halldór Úlfarsson by Halldór Úlfarsson (IS). Halldór Úlfarsson works with aesthetics and sometimes deals with the problems connected to working with aesthetics. Much of what he does is connected to the Halldorophone – an electro-acoustic instrument he’s been developing for a few years. Halldór is an Icelandic artists based in Helsinki, Finland where he did MA in fine art and design. Islensk Grafík gallery, Tryggvagötu 17, (entrance by the harbour), 101 Reykjavík


21.00 MOVIE MATERIAL, video projection by Andrew Burgess (CA). Movie Material is a visit by a building onto another building. Another building will descend and dress up the house. It will come in the form of a number of different scenes. The new building will appear as a movie and the movie will become the material of the building. http://www.andrewburgess.com/ Concert & Conference Centre, Reykjavík Harbour, Austurbakki


22.00 Room 408, an interactive live performance by Hrafnhildur Hagalín & Steinunn Knútsdóttir (IS) Steinunn has mainly focused on progressive, cutting edge theatre, crossing the borders between disciplines, participating in many research projects. Steinunn is currently based in Iceland where she works as a theatre director and drama lecturer at the Icelandic Academy of the Arts. House of Ideas, Grandagarður 2, 101 Reykjavík