Installations & Performances
Artist Book, worldwide, 25 July 2011 – 4 September 2021
Social Fabric Earth Return is a travel diary of a handwoven poncho with the keynote of interconnectedness, published by Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite. Over a period of ten years, the poncho was sent out as a textile avatar to meet various artists around the world, always handed over in person. The interactions with the poncho, through photography and correspondence, sketch out the journey and tell a story of togetherness in a world that has changed drastically over those years. The project inspires the questions: What is the most essential element of what you do, and how can it be shared in a significant way?
With Mark Borthwick, Rirkrit Tiravanija, The Wooster Group, David K. Shields, Boris Achour, Ariko Inaoka, Takashi Homma, Takehito Koganezawa, Mayu Tsuruta, Daisuke Nakayama, Meg Stuart, and Sketches / Notebook Group with Iris Janke, Ezra Green, Stephane Leonard, Arkadi Zaides, David Adika, Amit Berlowitz, Ruti Sela, Noa Eshkol, Ruth Agassi, Nelly Agassi, Lori Waxman, Gus Powell, Antoinette Aurell, Annaleen Louwes, Daphna Saker Massey, Elizabeth Young, Christophe Rihet, Mauricio Guillén, Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Asi Rua, Charlotte J Ward, CAConrad, Vladimir Miller, Barbara Raes, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Dorothea Tuch, Kirsty Bell,
Assume Vivid Astro Focus exhibition “aquele vestígio assim…feérico” at Galeria Casa Triangulo with 6 dancing rugs and 17 paintings on corrugated paper.
Video by Amilcar Packer
The Wooster Group In this video: Andrew Schneider, Ari Fliakos, Bozkurt Karasu, Enver Chakartash, Jim Dawson, Greg Mehrten, Jibz Cameron, Kate Valk, Marin Ireland, Scott Shepherd, Teresa Hartmann, Zbigniew Bzymek
Social Fabric Earth Return, 2021 Language: English Size: 220 x 295 mm Pages: 100 Illustrations: Color Format: Softcover, ring bound ISBN: 978-3-96436-034-2 Book Design by Studio Manuel Raeder
Supported by Gwärtler Stiftung and Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media.
A book within a book in an edition of one copy. The pages of the book Social Fabric Earth Return are placed into specific sections of All the Wonders of the World originally published 1968, with the word ‘poncho’ replaced by ‘love’. “Interconnectedness is at the core of this travel diary of a LOVE that I wove in 2011 and sent out on a journey to meet various artists around the world…”
Alle Wunder dieser Welt, 2021 Language: German & English Size: 245 x 300 mm Pages: 354 Illustrations: Color Format: Softcover, ring bound