A Participative Project by deufert&plischke
To close the project A Worn World - Le monde que l'on porte, we invite you to the BALL OF THE IMAGINARY!
Dance party, celebration of the end of the experience, exhibition of the meetings and projects realized. Bring your friends, we are expecting you!
About A Worn World - Le monde que l'on porte
Initiated by the German duo deufert&plischke, A Worn World-Le monde que l'on porte
addresses the themes of modesty, desire, pleasure and fear expressed through clothing. In close contact with the skin, the sensitive organ they "touch", they are the direct expression of a personal affirmation: they convey our stories, our memories, evoke our cultures and specific places, reflect sociological and economic biases, exalt our feelings of belonging and our resistance. Clothing has the power to address important themes such as self-image, gender identity, coming of age, family.
For two weeks, the Goethe-Institut Montréal will be transformed into a creative space where you can sew, draw, design, tell stories, reject them and sew them back together: you will be able to participate in various workshops supervised by the artists and/or take advantage of the supervised lab.
Artistic assistance: Olivia Sofia
© Annika Schneider
The work of deufert&plischke goes beyond dance and theatre. It deals with individual participation and social everyday life within the artistic activity.
The works of deufert&plischke are open social spaces in which the public and things meet to live and exchange physical and sensory experiences. These spaces invite people of all generations to develop artistic and social situations. The work of deufert&plischke is interdisciplinary and connects people in different parts of the world.
deufert&plischke live and work in Schwelm near Wuppertal (NRW). Their projects have taken place in Berlin, Potsdam, Schwelm, Wuppertal, Essen, Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Hanover, Leipzig, Vienna, Bucharest, Prague, Istanbul, Copenhagen, Tel Aviv, Sofia, Helsinki, Kuopio, Bergen, Stamsund, Warsaw, Poznan, Paris, Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, Utrecht, New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, Rio de Janeiro, Bogotá, Singapore ...
About Olivia Sofia
Olivia Sofia | © Léo Loisel
Olivia Sofia is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice seeks to create spaces where traditions, rituals, stories, the sacred and ordinary lives meet. The use of social networks as an incubator for reflection, installation and photography are pretexts to confirm a link between her and the world, her and people, her and herself.
Bathio-Alexandre Diarra | © Bathio-Alexandre Diarra
About Bathio-Alexandre Diarra
Montreal-based DJ and producer, Bathio operates at the intersection of Afrodescendant rhythms and electronic sounds.