Julia Scher

Topical Cream presents an afternoon of performance, readings + installations with Anti Bodies at MoMa PS1, Jan 28

25 January 2018

Topical Cream presents Anti Bodies at New York’s MoMa PS1 on January 28.

The afternoon will be host to a series of performance, readings and installations that feature a number of artists who’s work explores “how gestures of resistance can be choreographed through performance and communal action.” 

There will be performance by Analisa Teachworth and Jonas Wendelin, Redeem Pettaway will present video screenings, a contribution from Julia Scher and live music from Zsela and Deli Girls. Happening alongside is an additional program of performance and installation in the museum including work by Sara HornbacherSarah ZapataMaya Martinez, Rin Johnson, Sophia Le Fraga and others.

Topical Cream (Lyndsy Welgos, Whitney Mallett, and Ara Anjargolian) is “a platform for female-identifying and gender non-conforming persons working at the intersection of contemporary art and technology.”

Visit the MoMa Ps1 website for details.**


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copy g_ods @ DREI, Nov 12 – Jan 9

10 November 2015

The copy g_ods group exhibition is on at Cologne’s DREI, opening November 12 and running to January 9, 2015.

Featuring Julia Scher, Melike Kara and Yves Scherer, there’s little information on the themes of the exhibition itself but for the previous work of the artists within it.

An LA-born installation and performance artist working with the early web, Scher’s practice often concerns themes of surveillance culture in online works such as Securityland and Wonderland. Kara is a Cologne-based artist working with sculpture and painting in examining dissolution through not necessarily defined but still somehow familiar content, while Berlin-based Scherer’s recent exhibition Where is the love at Paris’ EXO saw the artist look at the possibilities of resistance through re-appropriation.

See the Drei website for (limited) details.**

Yves Scherer, Where is the love (2015). Exhibition view. Courtesy Exo, Paris.
Yves Scherer, Where is the love (2015). Exhibition view. Courtesy Exo, Paris.
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