Another Reality: Brazilian brunch Céline Condorelli + Conversation Piece i.c.w. 1646

Sunday 17 april 2016, starts 12.00-13.30 hrs at Stroom
and continues 14.00-15.30 hrs at 1646
Locations: Stroom, Hogewal 1-9, The Hague
and 1646, Boekhorststraat 125, The Hague
Language spoken: English
Admission: free
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Part of the 'In Progress' phase during which the exhibition Display Show gradually transforms into Another Reality. After Lina Bo Bardi.

Céline Condorelli and Dunja Herzog are two of the four artists invited by Stroom to contribute to the program Attempts to Read the World (Differently). Céline's work in Another Reality is part of this program, and so is Dunja Herzog's current exhibition at 1646, The Word for World is Forest. As part of ARW(D) Stroom and 1646 join forces to organize a Brazilian brunch with pão de queijo and pãozinhos gravidos (or: cheese balls and pregnant sandwiches), Brazilian Bocca-coffee by Lola Bikes & Coffee, and music, performances and talks with and by Céline Condorelli, Martin La Roche, Maaike Lauwaert and Eric Peter. The program starts at Stroom from 12.00-13.30 hrs hrs and continues at 1646 from 14.00 to 15.30 hrs.

Céline Condorelli will tell more about the choreography of the 'In Progress' phase and about her contribution to the exhibition. For Another Reality. After Lina Bo Bardi she made a new work based on Bo Bardi's exhibition design for Cândido Portinari in 1970: a wooden grid structure, combined with plants, will create a free routing while at the same time making a statement about the economic development of Brazil. On this grid structure new (reproductions of) drawings by Bo Bardi will be shown on a weekly basis.

The lecture at Stroom will be preceded by the performance String Too Short To Be Saved by Martin la Roche >> read more.

Céline Condorelli works, broadly speaking, with art and architecture, combining a number of approaches from developing possibilities for ‘supporting' (the work of others, forms of political imaginary, existing and fictional realities) to broader enquiries into forms of commonality and discursive sites, resulting in projects merging exhibition, politics, fiction, public space and whatever else feels urgent at the time. She is one of the curators and artists of Display Show and is also part of Another Reality. After Lina Bo Bardi.

Doubleheader at Stroom & 1646
Another Reality. After Lina Bo Bardi
photo: design: Studio Manuel Raeder
A coffee plant
Eric Peter, 'Familiar Strangers: Conversations on the Near Future (Ch.7)', 2015-ongoing
Performance Martin La Roche
photo: Eric de Vries, courtesy Stroom Den Haag