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  • Highline Theater
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    critic: Herwig BAUMGARTNER

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Morgan GARRARD & Jordan SQUIRES: This project explores a new typology for a preforming arts center as a tower, on The High line in New York. The program contains a front stage, center stage and outdoor theaters. The upper mass of the building is raised creating large open topography connected to The High line that steps down into the street and the outdoor theater.

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  • The Non-Trivial Goat and the Cliffs of the Universal
    new york NEW YORK

    Chimeras are integrated bodies that synthesize incompatible modalities, surpassing their respective particularities without fusing them, finding a common ground, or reducing one to the other. Chimerization, a recent work by Florian Hecker, uses psychoacoustics to compose such creatures from readings of a libretto penned by philosopher and novelist, Reza Negarestani. Expanding on this work, Hecker and Negarestani come together in a live experiment—less a collaboration between philosophy and sound than a synthesis of the two.

    reza NEGARESTANI & florian HECKER
    “The Non-Trivial Goat and the Cliffs of the Universal: A Topological Fable on Navigation and Synthesis”
    Thursday, 11/15
    7.30 pm /Abrons’ Playhouse
    466 Grand Street (at Pitt Street)
    New York, New York

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  • Track Theatre, Istanbul
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    paul BROADBENT: Roll Up! Roll Up! Welcome to a park of fun, magic and entertainment!

    Be it the frame of a door, TV screen or picture frame—framing devices order the world in which we live.

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  • William Shakespeare: Twelfth night, or what you will
    berlin GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    matthias KARCH: William Shakespeare: Twelfth night, or what you will—This realized scenography project focuses on the enormous transgender and metamorphotic energy of Shakespeare’s dramatic figures. His comedy ‘What you will’ is an obsessive game about changing identity, transforming the own body and gender. The protagonists dream to be indifferent in reference of their sexual orientation, they hanker for having all the options of an ‘early form,’ which than could be transformed in any direction. Going back their personal timeline to a ‘hermaphrodite status’ is a regressive utopia for them.

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