On Friday, March 24, at 6:30 p.m., in the setting of the exhibition Peripheral Memories at the MAKE Exhibition Space at Palazzo Manin in Udine, Zosia Zoltkowski’s new live performance.
Zosia Zoltkowski is a Polish-Australian interdisciplinary artist who researches, creates and collaborates through the mediums of painting, performance, installation, sculpture and video.
Her site-specific performances create a synergistic relationship between viewer, performer and space. Relying on her intuition, Zosia explores ways to reconnect, attune and reconnect with her surroundings.
Identifying war as a constituent element of the history of the borderland, and tracing its presence in the material, architecture and nature of the place, Zosia Zoltkowski will perform a durational performance in which she uses her particular method of “body mapping.” Through physical contact with the metallic industrial remains, and by evoking the statuesque elements of the surrounding area, the artist will initiate a process of embodiment that suggests to the viewer a primordial, physical and at the same time spiritual contact with the representative elements of the history of the place.
Participation in the performance is free and places are limited / reservations and info firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the durational performance involves nudity and will last approximately one hour.
Upon reservation, a free reception and educational service is provided for children and young people whose families would like to attend the performance.