Collective choreography based on the work of Luis Camnitzer
Join in the activation of Luis Camnitzer's work: come dance while drawing on the water!
A homeopathic drawing experiment led by contemporary dancer Jessica Lea Haener.
But what is this work?
The Hahnemann Museum of Water Drawings, is a work by artist Luis Camnitzer inspired by the work of Samuel Hahnemann, inventor of homeopathy. The installation consists of 31 water bottles labeled by Luis Camnitzer and filled during the course of the exhibition in a public participatory performance: those wishing to do so create a drawing on the surface of the lake using a stick provided on site. Drawers leave their name, the title of their drawing and the date of execution in a special register. Samples of the water containing the drawings in a dilution of around 9C are then taken once a day for the duration of the Biennial, bottled and dated. The last dated bottle must contain all the "homeopathic drawings" made during the Biennial. The register, bottles and photographs will be kept together and made available for future scientific research.
Juste après la lecture poétique de Heike Fiedler.