The Miami Set

The Miami Set

Ana Cardoso Amy Granat Flora Wiegmann

By invitation of Liutauras Psibilskis

NADA Art Fair 2010, Miami Beach, December 2 – 5, 2010

Co-produced by OUTPOST NYC DCG (outpostnycdcg.com)

December 2 – 5, 2010. From 12 to 6 PM daily an ongoing performance by Flora Wiegmann. December 3 at 1 PM – a performance by Amy Granat and Flora Wiegmann. Ongoing conversations and updated screenings daily.

The Miami Set is a project by Ana Cardoso, Amy Granat and Flora Wiegmann for NADA Art Fair in Miami Beach, by invitation of Liutauras Psibilskis. The presentation includes a sculptural fabric installation by Ana Cardoso that will create environment for the project, an interview & conversation channel by Amy Granat and Ana Cardoso, an ongoing screening installation by Amy Granat as well as dance performances by Flora Wiegmann. The Miami Set is a constantly changing venue open to development through the interaction with the public. This ongoing performative presentation will be displayed at the Lobby of the Deauville Beach Resort hotel where NADA 2010 takes place and is co-produced by OUTPOST NYC DCG.

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Author: flora wiegmann

Flora Wiegmann aims to recontextualize dance and grant it new possibilities for communication, and to question the limitations inherent in time-based performance. A relocation of dance from the theatrical stage to zones of different institutions as well as the outside world, gives rise to a rich and complex territory for discourse that links historical and contemporary positions of both dance and art simultaneously. Each project begins with a specific conceptual framework out of which the work unfolds. Historical inquiry is often a part of the process, whether it is regarding the specific site of performance or a current personal investigation. Wiegmann often collaborates with visual artists; these pairings of expertise have uncovered parallels between interests and influence, exposing interconnectedness between artistic practices of all categories. At the same time, she continues to create solo works that result in her own distinct findings.