With her durational performance In Situ, dance and performance artist Elena Antoniou attempts to create a living exhibit in the here and now of a museum. Placing the body on a pedestal, the performer redefines the relationship between the visitor/spectator and the work of art and time itself, creating new conditions of observing for museum visitors, given that the context and content of the event are continuously in flux as the piece unfolds. Through this performative gesture, the performer attempts to transform the human presence into a timeless work of art.
To date a total of 81 hours of the piece have been presented at the Cyprus Museum in Nicosia and the Archaeological Museum in Limassol, the Neues Museum in Berlin and the Rialto Theatre in Limassol.
Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Grave Monument of Kallithea hall)
- 05/06 until 10/06/2019 at 10:00
- 12/06 until 13/06/2019 at 10:00
MEDIA KIT / PHOTOS
Children Zone | Opera | Layers of Street | Cinema | Chronotopia | Music | Theatre | Dance | Opening to the City - Piraeus | Visual Arts | Major orchestras | Beethoven 250 - Symphony Cycle | Takis | Performance | Talks | Album release concert | Ancient Drama Revisited | Premiere | Workshop | Jazz Sessions | Introducing artists to Greece