FEBRUARY 2 – 13 – RESIDENCE + PERFORMANCES – “Atlantic Terminus” rests on the pretext of using Kinzel’s own belongings as a set. Evolving over two weeks, he will sustain an onsite multi-faceted studio practice in the gallery creating new work daily. He aims to disclose his particular history of making connections between visual art and performance since 1988. Invited guests, collaborations, and set and improvised performances will contribute to the process and over all installation. Integral to the show will be the task of cataloguing and exhibiting some of his 25+ years of works on paper: drawings that informed his shows at The Kitchen, Dance Theater Workshop, PS 122, Danspace Project, and Dixon Place among others. This will also serve to provide an unprecedented opportunity to share — a retrospective gesture — his ongoing interest in how kinesthetic and visceral sensibilities can be brought into engagement with visual thinking.

Kinzel is open-mined about ways in which a consensual relationship between audience and performer can allow both parties to engage in an atmosphere in which a very special “social” equilibrium is possible. He sees his work as collaboration between performer and audience, and as such there will always be unknown and uncontrollable elements, which provide a desirable tension to the experience on both sides.

Performances open to public

  • Friday February 5, at 7pm Guest: Simon Courchel
  • Thursday February 11, at 7pm, Guest: Jodi Melnick
  • Friday February 12, at 7pm, Guest: Alexandre Kourako
  • Saturday February 13, at 7pm, Guest: Wally Cardona

$10 suggested donation at the door.

Photo Erica Freudenstein