Gisèle Vienne

This Causes Consciousness to Fracture – A Puppet Play

 

 

12.9.2024 – 12.1.2025

This autumn, for the first time in Berlin, the Haus am Waldsee, in collaboration with the Georg Kolbe Museum and Sophiensæle, presents the artistic work of Gisèle Vienne (b. 1976). Haus am Waldsee is going to showcase a large-scale solo exhibition spanning the entire institution. Over the past twenty-five years, the French-Austrian artist, choreographer, and director has created a complex and idiosyncratic body of work that reconsiders our perceptual frameworks and invents artistic languages in order to pave the way for structural societal change. Vienne’s creations, both on stage and within her visual practice, are developed together with dancers and actors, and are often animated by anthropomorphic figures and puppets to explore the sensuality, rage, and creativity of counterculture in all its subversive potential. Through bringing together her philosophical influences and formal experiences, her work on stage and otherwise seeks to overturn dominant orders and to invent new artistic forms that explore the possibility of encoding the world differently.

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    Gisèle Vienne, L’Etang, 2020, photo: Estelle Hanania

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    Gisèle Vienne, This causes consciousness to fracture, 2024, photo: Estelle Hanania

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