Une performance de Cindy Rehm
Cindy Rehm va habiter l’espace en utilisant les livres secrets de Hélène Cixous et Alexandra Grant, à l’image d’un rituel privé qui explore le transfert entre l’intérieur et l’extérieur du corps par des méditations silencieuses et des gestes symboliques.
Secret Book reflète les thèmes récurrents du livre “Philippines” d’Hélène Cixous, y compris la télépathie, le double, la relation entre le rêve et la vie et l’imagination sans limites de l’enfance.
samedi, 12 octobre, 2013/Saturday, October 12, 2013
Secret Book, a new performance by Cindy Rehm, reflects reoccurring themes drawn from Hélène Cixous’ Philippines, including telepathy, doubling, and the relationship between dream-life and the limitless imagination of childhood. Within the performance, books appear as magical objects that serve as pathways for telepathic communication between the author and reader. Rehm will transverse the space using the professed secret books of Hélène Cixous and Alexandra Grant, as she enacts a private ritual that explores transference between the interior and exterior body through quiet meditations and symbolic gestures.
Cindy Rehm was a collaborator in the 18th Street Arts Center iteration of Alexandra Grant’s Forêt Intérieure/Interior Forest, through both drawing and active participation in the Cixous Reading Group. Founded in January of 2013, the on-going bi-weekly reading group has read works by Hélène Cixous including a deep exploration of Philippines.
Rehm is a Los Angeles based artist and educator. She is co-founder and director of the feminist centered project Craftswoman House. She is the founder and former director of spare room, a DIY installation space in Baltimore, MD. From 2001-2004, she served on the Editorial Board of Link: A Critical Journal on the Arts. Rehm is the recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship in Media from the Tennessee State Arts Commission and a Learning to Love You More Grant. Her work has been shown at national and international venues including, the Torrance Art Museum; Torrance, Woman Made Gallery; Chicago, Consolidated Works; Seattle, Goliath Visual Space; Brooklyn, Transformer Gallery; Washington DC, LACE; Los Angeles, and the Archeological Museum; Varna, Bulgaria.