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FLAM IV

Programme

Opening: 21 APRIL in outLINE Gallery, Oetewalerstraat 73 Amsterdam
Performance week: 22-26 APRIL in Arti et Amicitiae, Rokin 112 Amsterdam

SUNDAY 21 APRIL 18:00 – 19:00 outLINE gallery
Public Apology 'The House of Sorry'
artists: Chris Leuenberger, Lea Martini, Noha Ramadan

MONDAY22 APRIL 20.30 – 22.30 Arti et Amicitiae
Paul Glazier 'Compression'
Vincent Riebeek and Michele Rizzo 'Dust'
Johanna Barnbeck 'Becoming Objective'
João Evangelista 'Zero Hour Bureau'

TUESDAY 23 APRIL 20.30 – 22.30 Arti et Amicitiae
Vincent Riebeek 'Communism'
Nina Boas and Nathalie Spoor 'Installation, drawing, performance'
Olivia Reschofsky 'The dog needs to eat'
Johanna Barnbeck 'Becoming Objective'
João Evangelista 'Zero Hour Bureau'

WEDNESDAY 24 APRIL 20.30 – 22.30 Arti et Amicitiae
LiveWorks Gerrit Rietveld Academy guided by Pien Vrijhof: Nicola Arthen, Angelo Custodio, Ivana Filip, Pedro Matias, Michela Filzi, Marcel Kranendonk, Cathalijne Smulders 'Do you want to walk with me?' and 'Daily Bread'
Franziska Menge 'Google Translator'
Jochem van Grieken 'Missa Lux'
Robert van Luijk 'Sluipman'
Luciënne Venner and Kim de Weijer ' SET'
Johanna Barnbeck 'Becoming Objective'
outdoors:
Atelier obra viva (Nathalie Fari, Michaela Muchina) 'Haltestelle' 15 - 19 h behind the Van Gogh Museum
Núcleo de Garagem (Camila Venturelli, Isabel Reis, Josefa Pereira, Julia Salem, Luciana Arcuri, Peti Costa) 'Travèssa' 18 - 20 h around Arti & Spui

THURSDAY 25 APRIL 20.30 – 22.30 Arti et Amicitiae
Nina Wijnmaalen 'There is no place like home'
Acts – laboratory for performance practices 'RE.VIIRI'
Mette Sterre 'Hummelman'
Florentina Holzinger and Marta Ziólek 'Stick'
Johanna Barnbeck 'Becoming Objective'
outdoors:
Atelier obra viva (Nathalie Fari, Michaela Muchina) 'Haltestelle' 15 - 19 h behind the Van Gogh Museum
Núcleo de Garagem (Camila Venturelli, Isabel Reis, Josefa Pereira, Julia Salem, Luciana Arcuri, Peti Costa) 'Travèssa' 18 - 20 h around Arti & Spui

FRIDAY 26 APRIL 18:00 - 20:00 Arti et Amicitiae
Roundtable talk with philosopher Jappe Groenendijk and participating artists about "realness" in live art, based on the views of Walter Benjamin

20.30 – 22.30 Arti et Amicitiae
'Trickster 'Determinator'
Mette Sterre 'Long Tongue Sally'
Michele Rizzo 'M#3'
Lea Martini 'Memor i am'
João Evangelista 'Zero Hour Bureau'
outdoors:
Núcleo de Garagem (Camila Venturelli, Isabel Reis, Josefa Pereira, Julia Salem, Luciana Arcuri, Peti Costa) 'Travèssa' 16.30 - 18 h around Arti & Spui

PRESS RELEASE

FLAM 4 – Forum of Live Art Amsterdam
22 – 26 April 2013, 20:30 – 22:30 Arti et Amicitiae, Rokin 112, Amsterdam

Opening:
Public Apology will be opening FLAM 4 with a special performance at outLINE on Sunday 21 April at 18:00, Oetewalerstraat 73, Amsterdam.

FLAM 4 is part of a series that 'basis for Live Art' (bLA) are organising around performance art. Performance art is a cross-discipline language that connects elements of visual art and performance through its use of text, movement, technology, philosophy, sound and / or social themes such as gender or politics. FLAM is a group show that offers space to both conceptual and more physical performances. The visitor can move between various spaces according to their own tempo or preference. FLAM demonstrates the growing international interest in performance art and stimulates the performance art network. This experiment is offered to the public so as to inspire new possibilities and impulses.

The first FLAM took place in April 2010 and lead in subsequent years to new artistic avenues and contacts for those who took part. For example, a number were able to take part in the performance series Verbo, a platform for performance art in São Paolo. This collaboration between Verbo and FLAM continues and offers the opportunity to artists in Brazil and the Netherlands to develop and present their work.

This year FLAM will be presenting for the first time a special evening of performances from students of the Geritt Rietveld Academy (GRA), the Amsterdam School of Art (AHK) and the Utrecht School of Art (HKU). Following this there will be a round-table discussion between the artists, theoreticians and the public.