Unending love, or love dies, on repeat like it's endless
Friday 28 Oct 2022 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
8 € (reduced) - 10 €
"Unending love, or love dies, on repeat like it’s endless" is a choreography by Alex Baczyński-Jenkins that reflects on the relations of desire, dance, fragmentation, love (as communality), loss and time.
Choreography: Alex Baczyński-Jenkins
In collaboration with and performed in various constellations: Agata Grabowska, Arad Inbar, Beverly D. Renekouzou, and Thomias Radin.
Curator of the performance at Lafayette Anticipations: Madeleine Planeix-Crocker
Project coordinator: Oksana Delaroff
Sound design & artistic advisor: Krzysztof Bagiński
Sound contributions: Zoi Michailova
Dramaturgy: Andrea Rodrigo
Poem: Ezra Green
Head pieces: Max Allen
With thanks to Dareen Abbas, Thibault Lac and Jacqueline Sobiszewski
Studio Manager: Sarie Nijboer
Curator & Tour Manager: Andrea Rodrigo
Executive Producer: Holly Shuttleworth
Co-producers and presenters: Arsenic – Contemporary Performing Arts Center, Lausanne; ANTI FESTIVAL, Kuopio; De Singel, Antwerp; Disappearing Berlin - Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin; KIASMA, Helsinki; Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; Kunstverein Düsseldorf and Aachen; Kunstverein Cologne; Klosterruine, Berlin; Lafayette Anticipations, Paris; Museo Reina Sofía with Festival de Otoño, Madrid MDT, Stockholm
Developed with the generous support of a residency at Callie’s, Berlin and supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) Coproduction Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.
Artist and choreographer, Alex Baczyński-Jenkins engages with queer affect, embodiment and relationality.
Previous solo exhibitions include: Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland (2019); Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw (2018); and Chisenhale Gallery, London (2017). Baczynski-Jenkins has also presented work at: Klosterruine Berlin (2021), Schinkel Pavillon/Disappearing, Berlin (2021), Future Generation Art Prize, Pinchuk Foundation, Kyiv (2021), The 2nd Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Riga (2020), Meetings on Art at the 58th Venice Biennale of Art, Venice (2019); Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2019); Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2017); Swiss Institute Contemporary Art, Νew York (2016). Baczyński-Jenkins is co-founder of Kem, a Warsaw based queer feminist collective focused on choreography, performance and sound at the interface with social practice.