AGENDA

28 Oct 2023

Concert BEATRICE BEISPIEL

19:00
10 Nov 2023

Pre-opening for reduced accessibility

17:00-18:00

Vernissage Sweet Crip

18:00

Reading of Flor Méchain and Sam Musy

19:00

Bodily Situations bis, 16.12. – 

Bast Hippocrate, Monika Emmanuelle Kazi, Tamar Kisch, Mayara Yamada

Performance Programme
18:30 - 21:30

Mayara Yamada
Marara Kelly Art Show: I do performances as someone who makes promises, 2021

Tamar Kisch
The Silence of the Sirens, 2023

Bast Hippocrate
I’ll eat your ashes till I die, 2023

Monika Emmanuelle Kazi
a home care II + self-love (mash-up, remix), 2023

Proposed by Selma Meuli

Sonic intervention
21:30 - 00:00
OKRA Collective
FONCÉ, KA-RABA, Mukuna
La Voirie, Brunngasse 1, Biel/Bienne


KRONE COURONNE celebrates 3 YEARS with the second edition of the performance programme Bodily Situations bis and a sonic intervention by OKRA Collective.

Bodily Situations bis is a performance programme in four acts. With contributions by artists coming from various artistic disciplines such as performance and dance, but also installation and sculpture, the programme is dedicated in an organic and critical way to the topic of the body and its perception, positioning and unfolding in space.

The body is both the starting point for experiencing the environment and its intersection with our own subjectivity – our own orientation in the world. How do different artistic approaches incorporate the experience and orientation of the body in space and how are these translated into a performative moment? What are the possibilities and limitations of a determined art form in reflecting and critically negotiating the physical and social space in which one’s own body is positioned?

In its second edition, Bodily Situations bis expands the spectrum of possible relationships between body and space, turning KRONE COURONNE into a place of bodily experience for both the performers and the audience.

Proposed by Selma Meuli

With the support of Ville de Lausanne, FCAC-Ville de Genève, Guggenheim Stiftung, Stiftung Landis & Gyr, and the help of les Glaneuses (Biel/Bienne) and Dersu.ch (Filmproduktion).