Knödel mit Ei

Meet & Greet at Café Sperl
Jen Rosenblit
Educational
 
Jen
Rosenblit,

based in Berlin, makes performances surrounding architectures, text, bodies and ideas concerned with problems that arise inside of agendas for togetherness. Rosenblit’s works lean toward the uncanny while tracking an emergent logic between things. In her performances she is building space for the viewer to experience indentation, for eyes that find molding and packaging, or the revealing and concealing of information to suggest utility as the poetic.

Rosenblit is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow, a recipient of a 2014 New York Dance and Performance Bessie Award and has collaborated with artists including Simone Aughterlony, Miguel Gutierrez, A.K. Burns and Philipp Gehmacher.

jenrosenblit.net

Jen Rosenblit
Sat20. 
Mar
By arrangement/
Café Sperl

In English

+++ Cancelled +++

The intimate setting of Café Sperl, located at Gumpendorfer Straße 11, 1060 Vienna, will give a selected group of interested visitors (only four people for now) the opportunity to get to know the artists, to chat, have a meal and drinks together – all in a safe environment and with the required social distancing in place. As TQW’s guest, you can either choose between cake (our personal recommendation is the Zwetschkenfleck – a kind of plum tart) or Knödel mit Ei (dumplings and egg) and a drink.

Our guest on 20 March will be Jen Rosenblit, who will be showing her new creation Everybody’s Fantasy at TQW.

Please register until 12 March via e-mail to Theresa Rauter trauter@tqw.at. Enter your name, age and occupation and write us a few lines, why you would like to meet Jen Rosenblit in person.

Jen
Rosenblit,

based in Berlin, makes performances surrounding architectures, text, bodies and ideas concerned with problems that arise inside of agendas for togetherness. Rosenblit’s works lean toward the uncanny while tracking an emergent logic between things. In her performances she is building space for the viewer to experience indentation, for eyes that find molding and packaging, or the revealing and concealing of information to suggest utility as the poetic.

Rosenblit is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow, a recipient of a 2014 New York Dance and Performance Bessie Award and has collaborated with artists including Simone Aughterlony, Miguel Gutierrez, A.K. Burns and Philipp Gehmacher.

jenrosenblit.net

 
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