Henri Hütt & Mihkel Ilus (EST): Caprices III06.04.2018 - 07.04.2018
A performative installation dominated by the frontal collision of black and white magic.
Fri April 4 at 7pm
Sat April 4. at 4pm
Price 15/12€ – ticket sales starts at January 8, 2018
Duration approx. 1h
Age limit no limitations, altough the performance is directed to adult audience
Language will be announced later
Caprices III is a performative installation dominated by the frontal collision of black and white magic. Light freezes into sculpture, theatre curtain cracks. Perspective matters. All the stage-technical arsenal and the components of the play are brought forward, excessive intimacy is left behind.
Caprices is an ongoing project that brings together practices of contemporary performance and exhibition culture. The approach that describes our method is re-evaluating the characterization of the fourth wall, context, theatre magic and sincerity.
Caprices III transforms from the collective experience of the black box to the individuality of the white cube, leaving the spectator to surrender the space. Two previous part has been produced and played in Estonia.
Henri Hütt is an artist-performer, who is primarily a dancer. Since the beginning of this decade, he has created many technological performative acts, staged exhibitions, sound performances and other unprecedented formats. Henri Hütt is also part of the MIMproject team and coordinates Dance And Media Art network DAMA in Scandinavia and the Baltics.
Mihkel Ilus is a visual artist, whose main focus is painting and its extended field. Ilus often works with large-scale installations where painting plays the central role. In the practice of Ilus, contemporary exhibition culture and performance practices are inextricably intertwining. Recently Ilus has been concentrating on the distinction of objecthood as such in conditions of the white cube and black box situations.
Idea, execution, performance: Henri Hütt, Mihkel Ilus
Technical consultation: Heikki Paasonen, Joonas Pehrsson
Co-producer: Kiasma Theatre, Kanuti Gildi SAAL
Supported by: The Cultural Endowment of Estonia
Special thanks to: Emer Värk, Mihkel Tomberg, Revo Koplus