"Body Art Still Image Action: OFFERING" by Mariel Carranza, with Svetlana Darsalia and Meiling Cheng, is featured in Cheng and Gabrielle H. Cody's new performance compendium Reading Contemporary Performance: Theatricality Across Genres (Routledge, 2016).
Date: 10/24/2014 - 11/18/2014
Opening reception: Friday, October 24, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
10/27, 11:00am - 10/31, 11:00pm
11/03, 11:00am - 11/07, 11:00pm
11/10, 11:00am - 11/14, 11:00pm
11/17, 11:00am - 11/18, 9:00pm
Closing reception Tuesday, November 18, 6:00 - 9:00pm
Woodbury School of Architecture
7500 N. Glenoaks Boulevard
Burbank, CA 91504
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Performance by Mariel Carranza on September 20, 2014, 6-9pm.
As part of ITCH SCRATCH SCAR, a group show curated by Kohl King and Alevé Mei Loh for Fellows of Contemporary Art (FOCA), Los Angeles.
Physical exhibition dates: September 20th-November 20th, 2014.
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Highways Performance Space @ 18th St. Arts Center
Mariel Carranza, Claudia Bucher, Dino Dinco, Rafa Esparza, Rochelle Fabb, Doran George, Douglas Green, Asher Hartman, Rebeca Hernandez, Carol McDowell, Sara Schnadt, Rossen Ventzislavov, Samuel White, Dorian Wood, Allison Wyper
Special guest Alastair MacLennan (Belfast)
Dinner will be served after the performance. In lieu of a monetary donation, consider contributing one of the following: nice wine, good bread, or vegetables for the soup (clean and ready to cook).
Suggested vegetables: carrots, kale, zucchini or other squash, broccoli, mushroom, basil. Soup will be prepared by Helen Chung.
Encounter is a space where we encounter each other, ourselves, and the space itself. We perform with and for one another within given conditions. There is no preparation, no agenda. Things unfold on their own. We agree that there will be no idle observers; everyone is active in the space.
We are comprised of a fairly consistent group of art makers from widely different backgrounds and we’ve established familiarity and a history of working together in this manner over the past two years. With no regard for hierarchy of acceptable or preferred practice styles, we move fluidly between ritual, task, movement, theatrical and improv-based performance practices. We come to the space with our own histories. We are rigorous in our willingness to be open to the unplanned. We trust the unpredictability of the moment. We agree to fully commit to what is there.
“…gather a group of performers to perform spontaneously at a given time and place.There will be no audience nor documentation.You can bring some materials although you should not prepare in advance.Performance should manifest at the encounter.Where your vulnerability became your guide.Where the notion of failure or achievement is irrelevant.anddinner will be served afterwards”
- Mariel Carranza, invitation to Encounter #1 (July 15, 2012)