18:00 THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER, LILLE CARL, DANSEHALLERNE
Under the title “Prologue for 300“ varying sets of actions, performances and demonstrations are presented. The single actions – each exactly five minutes long – will be part of a body of about 300 sequences which will form the planned 24 hour experimental video film „300“. The performances cover various and very different types of actions such as artistic, social, sculptural/iconographic, ethnological and many more.
Feigl’s format of 300 second-sequences developed out of a time-restricting form of life: fatherhood. Since Feigl’s kids are slowly growing up and need him less and less, I wonder how his performance changes. Finally, like working conditions such as money, rehearsal spaces or time schedules, circumstances in life such as having kids determine our aesthetics
Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt, Artistic Director of WAW
Florian Feigl creates performance art since 1997. Besides the solo work Feigl collaborates with various artists and artists’ collectives such as Wagner-Feigl-Forschung/Festspiele, Jörn J. Burmester. Florian co-organizes the monthly performance art event Performer Stammtisch in Berlin with Jörn J. Burmester and is co-founder of Month of Performance Art Berlin (MPA–B). Feigl’s most recent artistic work is the experimental 24hour video „300“.