Ulla von Brandenburg, Performa 15, New York, Nov. 5-6, 2015

Ulla von Brandenburg
Sink Down Mountain, Rise Up Valley

In her video-installation Sink Down Mountain, Rise Up Valley, German-born and Paris-based artist Ulla von Brandenburg investigates the rituals of the Saint-Simonians, a nineteenth century cult often cited as the origin of early French socialism.

Presented in an intimate, bespoke setting specially designed by the artist, the film—captured in a single 18-minute shot—weaves an atmospheric black-and-white narrative of theatrical elements and choral arrangements that elaborates on Saint-Simonian humanist values of liberty, equality, and emancipation.

Produced by Performa in association with Lafayette Anticipation – Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette, Paris.
Supported by kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga.

Opening night: Thu, Nov. 5, 6:00pm — 8:00pm
Free entrance

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