PTV: Performance TV
- They are superheroes of art and culture – the artistic duo of Maria Toboła – a visual artist, sculptor and performance artist, and Maria Magdalena Kozłowska – a voice performance artist, singer and director, who have been working together since 2015. They primarily produce an online variety show filled with sketches, songs and guest appearances by other artists. They make essays at the intersection of video art, theatre and performance art on specific issues, such as death, respect, the creative process and money. Their work is founded on repetition: both the Marias, who share a physical similarity, speak in unison, in the quaintly old-fashioned manner of 1970s heart-throbs. Monkeys’ other personas present them as tricksters, TV programme hosts, detectives, gurus and hooligans. Their adventures have been presented by the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, the Zona Sztuki Aktualnej in Szczecin and the Bęc Zmiana Foundation
- Her 30 solo exhibitions include QB Gallery (Oslo, NO), Skåne Art Association (Malmö, SE), the Agency Gallery (London, UK) x 2 and Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art (Trondheim, NO). Recent group exhibitions are Photo London 2018, Somerset House (London), Oslo Fashion Art Festival 2017, Mellomstasjonen/The National Museum (Oslo), When Will I Be Little Again?, Centre for the Documentation of the Art of Tadeusz Kantor CRICOTEKA (Kraków, PL) among others. Carr has performed at venues like NOoSPHERE (NYC), Miami Performance International Festival (Miami, FL), Le Générateur (Paris, FR) and W139 (Amsterdam, NL). She has founded and run PINK CUBE gallery in Oslo for five years and is one of forty artists from across the globe featured in the 2017-book Girl on Girl: Art and Photography in the Age of the Female Gaze by Charlotte Jansen, Laurence King Publishing (London, UK), available in several museum book shops.
East London Cable (ELC)
- ELC is an artist collective that researches the intersection between contemporary art and television, and produces works that can manifest as either of them.ELC is Aoibheann Greenan, Dan Meththananda, Florence Peake, Jos Bitelli, Sung Tieu and Wojciech Kosma—a configuration that will welcome new friends, advisers and collaborators. Having previously worked in TV as makers, performers, advisors or writers, we would like now to collectivise and formalise our efforts as a part-creative agency, part-artistic practice.
Today at U–jazdowski
Vegan Cinema: Looking, Eating, Letting Be
Talk by Anat Pick + screening of Wendy and Lucy (English friendly)
Performance as part of the exhibition Far Too Many Stories to Fit into so Small a Box