PICK’n’PLACE in tanz nrw 11
On invitation of the festival tanz nrw 11 Angie Hiesl and Roland Kaiser present their interdisciplinary performance project PICK’n’PLACE from the cycle URBAN-CITY-URBAN.
The performance project PICK’n’PLACE consists of two independent performance installations built around shelves, which form the conceptual focus of the project. The shelf units are placed in public space and filled with countless everyday objects. PICK’n’PLACE is a performative game about placing and displacing – a shifting of our inner and outer worlds.
In 2010 PICK’n’PLACE opened the URBAN-CITY-URBAN project cycle. Over the next three years, Angie Hiesl and Roland Kaiser will realise the multi-part URBAN-CITY-URBAN project cycle for public urban space. The works deal with urban development and structural changes, with the impact of performance and installation art on public space and vice versa.
In the course of the festival tanz nrw 11 one performance installation will be presented in Düsseldorf. Both performance installations will be shown in Viersen.