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Marina Abramovic on DW (Deutsch) discusses her work and the recent collaboration with NEON #AsOne.

Encountering an icon | DW.COM | 21.11.2016

Odyssey Works has published "Odyssey Works: Transformative Experiences for an Audience of One." This text combines research by the group on creating performance integrated into daily life for one.

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Announcing: Terra Comunal: The Catalogue, organized by Jochen Volz and Julia Rebouças

This catalogue reflects the exhibition Terra Comunal: Marina Abramovic + MAI (Sesc Pompeia - Sao Paulo, 2015), which displayed works by more than forty years of career of Marina Abramović. With installations and sculptures, films and a series of live events, the exhibition encouraged meetings between...
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LPFM for MAI + t, October 2016

"I intentionally focus on non-human parts during my street wanderings. It can be an empty place or a lost object but searching how it still keeps a memory through them, a crossroad between past and present. Taking pictures to remember and make these memories mine and crop stories.”

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Protovoulia is a call to action. Inviting the “self” to become as many as we are. An adventure through the otherness in a multitudinal order. Rafael Abdala and Jessica Goes come together to enable a creative process through collaboration, opening spaces for others artists to join in on-site. Performers, igniters, with a desire to wander through the otherness.

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NEON and Ideas City collaborate to organize IdeasCity Athens with a five-day residency brings together emerging practitioners working at the intersection of community activism, art, design, architecture, and technology in cities around the world, who will develop ideas and strategies to overcome the pressing challenges facing urban centres today.

The intensive residency program taking place...
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Christos Mouchas on MAI + t, September 2016

Christos Mouchas is a multimedia artist born, living and working in Athens, Greece. For the month’s collaboration, Mouchas will present a series of video portraits of objects and space to explore the state of daily life. Through still frames and repeated imagery, the set of work seeks to find an extraordinary in routine.

Christos Mouchas on MAI + t, September 2016

Congratulation to durational performance artist, Tehching Hsieh, who will represent Taiwan at the Venice Biennale in 2017. He is best known for his five one-year performances and one thirteen-year plan. Hsieh delivered a lecture and screened works recently at NEON + MAI As One at Benaki Museum.

See our interview with the artist: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Tehching Hsieh To Represent Taiwan At 2017 Venice Biennale

"I would love to die without fear. And I 'll do my best to accomplish that.” Marina Abramovic during her first #AsOne lecture on the "History of Long Durational Work".

Discover more about As One at [ Mai-hudson.org Link ].

Photo by Natalia Tsoukala
For seven weeks, she experienced time passing slowly, like the movement of a turtle. Within the narrow limits set by the sights of a camera lens, Nancy Stamatopoulou confined inside her own personal “cave” and the shadowy re-enactment of a personal truth.

Seven photo hightlights of "White Cave", illustrate the journey of this exceptional work in the #AsOne exhibition, in Athens.

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"Dada performances offered an explosion of poetry, music and political theater — poetry shorn of intelligible words, music devoid of melodies and statements in which the message was cannibalized by the absurdity of the language."

The New York Times traces 100 years of Dada, one of the influential movements of avante-garde European art in the 20th Century. Pictured is Hugo Ball, a poet and...
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Dada Was Born 100 Years Ago. So What?

Sanna Helena Berger on MAI+t, July 2016

Sanna Helena Berger (b. Sweden, lives and works in London) works predominately with installation, video and performance. Berger’s works are interactive, often participatory and her installations range from domestic environments to sculptural settings that include minimal performative elements. Berger accentuates out attention to every-day behaviour,...
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Sanna Helena Berger on MAI+t, July 2016

Collective experiences #5: "I consider the Method to be a very interesting and useful introduction of Greek public to start exploring themselves. Something like a social experiment."

Maria, 40 years old, artist, sharing her experience on the #Abramovic Method, as presented in #AsOne

Photo by Panos Kokkinias
For seven weeks, he was attempting to give physical form to the micropolitics of sound-signaling threats and to demonstrate the ways in which noise can be used as a form of violence that also shapes the soundscape of the future. In "Micropolitics of Noise", Lampros Pigounis created a long-durational situation in which his body is exposed to subsonic vibrational forces, triggered by the...
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"My philosophy is that it doesn’t matter what you spend time on. Whether you want to be just waiting to die or you want to be very creative — it’s up to you. But I chose what I did to pass my time. That’s the concept I tried to bring it to a physical space."

"For Me, It is Freedom," an interview with performance artist Tehching Hsieh now live on MAI's IMMATERIAL journal.

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Tehching Hsieh: For Me, It is Freedom

"Performance is about the process, not about the result". Marina Abramovic during her first #AsOne lecture on the "History of Long Durational Work".

Discover more about As One at [ Mai-hudson.org Link ].

Photo by Panos Kokkinias
For seven weeks, she was living in an enclosed space, performing a set of actions combining methods and goals drawn from practices of meditation, discipline and restriction. In "Corner Time", Despina Zacharopoulou aimed at creating potent, experimental situations of control exchange while playing with the multiple functions of the gaze: a mechanism for introspection, surveillance, recognition...
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On Saturday June 18th, Monali Meher will perform "Visiting Brooklyn Bridge," a backwards walk on the Brooklyn Bridge.

In this performance, the artist walks backwards across the bridge, carrying lit incense sticks in her hands. By walking backwards, she faces and meets the eyes of the audience/witnesses/followers. The ritual of incense becomes a momentary experience shared by people who...
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